Blue Coast Brewing are celebrating the Tour de France last day in style.

Blue Coast Brewing are celebrating the Tour de France last day in style.

See below their plan for this Sunday starting from the Brewery in Nice. 18 Chemin de Saquier, 06200 Nice, France.

Hopefully see some of you there.

Best

Terry

This Sunday 29th July, in celebration of the final stage of the 2018 @letourdefrance we’re going to be hosting a day of cycling festivities at the @bluecoastbrewing tap room. .

At 11am for an 11:30am roll out, I will be hosting a 2hr bike ride around some of my favourite training roads close to the brewery in the Nice hills. Everyone is welcome of all abilities to join, we’ll have a coffee cart on hand to get you caffeinated before the ride. .

On return from the ride the beer will be flowing, and if you’re feeling peckish we have the Enfaim food truck that will be serving really great sandwiches and burgers all afternoon. .

If cycling isn’t your thing, the tap room will be open from 12 noon until 20h where we’ll be screening the final stage of @letourdefrance on our big screen as the riders race their way onto the Champs Elysées.

We’ll also have some fun games and competitions with cool prizes to be won going on throughout the afternoon too.

Put it in your diary, tell your mates to come along too and join us for what is sure to be a great day at the brewery. .

Hope to see you there! ✌🏻

And to add. We’ll also have our new limited edition blue coast cycling kit available to purchase made by Jenson Buttons new brand Léger if anyone is interested.

Jerseys - 135€

Bibs - 165 €

Attached is a picture of the kit.

Eight Reasons to Ride in the 2018 COCC Charity Bike Ride

Eight Reasons to Ride in the 2018 COCC Charity Bike Ride

Back in 2011, seven friends decided to ride from Monaco to St Tropez in aid of charity (and a diminishing waistline). Little did they anticipate the extent to which their idea would capture imaginations far and wide. By the following year His Serene Highness Albert II Sovereign Prince of Monaco had joined the training rides, the starting and finishing line had been reversed, and post-workout Champagne and oysters on Place d’Armes had inspired the name the Champagne and Oyster Cycling Club (COCC). Cut to 2017 and more than one hundred fellow riders had signed up for not only the charity ride, but the legendary after-party. 

In the press: 140 reasons to sponsor St-Tropez to Monaco charity bike ride

In the press: 140 reasons to sponsor St-Tropez to Monaco charity bike ride

Over the past six years, some 600 riders of the COCC of Monaco, including Prince Albert, have taken part in this annual St Tropez to Monaco charity ride and raised over €600,000. Monies raised in 2017 were donated to a first aid and CPR training complex in Loumbila, Burkina Faso, a joint project with the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, the Monaco Red Cross and the Burkinabe Red Cross

In the press: Easy riders: COCC cyclists breeze into Monaco from St-Tropez

In the press: Easy riders: COCC cyclists breeze into Monaco from St-Tropez

Nancy Heslin follows up her pre-ride article with her reflections from riding with us in 2017...

As I write, I’ve just completed the Champagne and Oyster Cycle Club’s sixth edition of the Saint-Tropez to Monaco ride for charity.

Sitting on a hot water bottle, and with my face feeling the effect of a day’s exposure to the Mediterranean sun and cycling into light winds, I can’t help but relive the 140 kilometres travelled by a group of 90 that left St-Tropez at 8 am this morning....

In the press: Monaco cyclists ride 140km from St-Tropez to support Princess’ Foundation

In the press: Monaco cyclists ride 140km from St-Tropez to support Princess’ Foundation

Nancy Heslin from Monaco Life has written about her experiences of riding with us...

It’s no secret that I’m an avid swimrunner and absolutely passionate about open water swimming. I am in the Mediterranean year-round, a minimum of three times a week and for at least 5 km a session, unless there’s a jellyfish infestation and I get grossed out, which happens once or twice a year. I’m not fast, by any means, but I am strong...