The 19th winter running of the Traversée de Paris (Crossing of Paris) will take place on Sunday January 13th, bringing together 700 vehicles (cars, motorbikes, light utility vehicles, tractors, omnibuses, etc.) of all makes and from all periods to drive through the streets of the French capital.
Organized by Vincennes en Anciennes, the largest multi-marque club in France, the event annually provides an excellent opportunity for a rendezvous among mechanical enthusiasts, and this year’s theme of “Comic Books” promises a number of unique locations and surprises along the way.
The Crossing commences from the esplanade of the Château de Vincennes and, after a journey of some 30 kilometers, concludes on the Terrace of the Observatory at Meudon, an American military camp, where the cars will be on display. Three vintage buses will join the Traversée de Paris from Vincennes to Meudon and will be available to take passengers along the rally route, for those unable to bring a vehicle. Booking is mandatory and the number of seats is limited. The itinerary of the Crossing is an unpublished secret until just before the start, but the organizers promise the route will provide a number of surprises for participants.
For further information, please visit www.vincennesenanciennes.com