SAFETY RIDE IN PARIS

Velo_460x306In the absence of any particular signage (traffic lights, stop sign, give way sign…) the priority goes to vehicles coming from the right hand side. We stress to you, that you must always be vigilant with bike safety in Paris. As there are numerous small and narrow roads, drivers often ignore this rule, not thinking of other road users (cyclists, pedestrians, etc..). Most roundabouts have traffic lights or give-way signs to control the circulation. Unlike the rest of France, in Paris, the priority goes to the drivers coming on to the roundabout.

 

All you need to know to discover the most prestigious city in the world

 

One way (except cyclists)

Signals the entry to an authorised contra-flow cycle lane.

Go straight on

This sign authorises cyclists to go straight on through red lights, provided they give way to other road users.

 Turn right

This sign authorises cyclists to turn right through red lights, provided they give way to other road users.

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REGISTRATION

OPEN REGISTRATION ON DECEMBER

ACCOMMODATION

Welcome to Paris, where hostels are even cheaper than camping!

Here are four links to the hostels that we recommend:

Jules FERRY
Cité des sciences
D'Artagnan
Yves ROBERT
Saint Christophers Inn Canal
Opéra
Just a bed
OOPS Boutique
Maubeuge Gare du Nord

However, if you're looking for something a little more rustic, check out these two campsites.

Camping Indigo
Camping de Champigny

 

There are also many hotels to be found all over Paris, but at a relatively high price. Airbnb is an option, unless of course the site is banned before the end of the year. To economise, we would advise you to look for a place in the close suburbs of Paris. We will try to accommodate as many people as possible, but with the numbers that we're expecting, and the notoriously small Parisian apartments...we unfortunately won't be able to house everyone.

For all further information, you can fill this form, Chistole!

 

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