Q: I've registered on your website, am I now officially a member of the Bliss Baby Bikers team?
A: Once you've registered online, we will send you out a Welcome Pack which will contain some forms for you to return along with your entry fee. Once we’ve received your entry form, medical certificate and cheque for £50, you’ll receive an email from us officially enrolling you in the
event, providing your rider number and your Cotswold Outdoor discount code.
Q: How does my luggage get to the next stop?
A: We’ll have a fleet of vehicles to take your luggage from your start point to the day’s finishing point. We ask that you pack light in one sensibly sized bag/holdall that is clearly labelled.
Q: I know that I won’t be as fast as some people in the group, will I get left behind?
A: It is inevitable that there will be varying levels of ability within the group. We envisage that there will be 3-4 groups of riders develop
over the day. We’ll have motorbike outriders to ride with the fastest and slowest groups, along with the support fleet following behind to pick up anyone struggling to make the night’s stop by nightfall.
Q: Is all of my accommodation paid for?
A: Bliss Baby Bikers will pay accommodation for the duration of the ride (4 nights). If you wish to stay in Paris on the night of Wednesday 18th
September you will need to pay for this yourself. We aim to negotiate a group booking rate for this night, so please let us know if you plan to
Q: How will we get back from Paris?
A: You will need to make your own way back from Paris. We recommend Eurostar. Again we will negotiate a group rate with them directly and
will send you the details at a later date.
Q: How will I get my bike back from Paris?
A: The support vehicles will be towing bike trailers so that we can get your bikes back across the channel and they will be delivered back to
Cirencester for collection.
Q: Will I need to carry out my own bike repairs?
A: Whilst we will have bike mechanics as part of our support crew, we’d strongly recommend that you learn to carry out basic repairs to your own bikes. We are looking to run a couple of basic bike maintenance courses in the build-up to the event. Keep an eye on our website and email for
Q: What training will I need to do?
A: You’ll definitely need to put in some training for this event. We’ll be publishing some training guidelines on our website as well as running a
few group training sessions in the months leading up to the ride. Please use our blog to chat to other riders and arrange your own training sessions.