10 & 11 June 2024
Bike to Care
en Bourgogne

An event to support
the hospitality industry!

Euros raised

Bike to Care
Why ?

In 2022, Maison Louis Jadot and his Burgundian friends* created an event called “Bike to Care” to raise funds for associations in the restaurant and hospitality sectors in general that care for people in difficulty, encourage new vocations and support the training of upcoming talent.


A delegation of Bordeaux estates (Haut-Bailly, Giscours and Lynch-Bages) took part in the first edition. In 2023 they committed to taking up the torch to organize this sporting and charitable challenge in Bordeaux in May 2023.

In 2024, Bike to Care is back in Burgundy from June 10 to June 11.

Bike to Care
for who ?

The aim of each individual racer will not be to reach the finishing post first, but to take up the challenge of completing the course. In addition, each competitor will be expected to raise a significant amount of money which will become part of a kitty.

The entire sum of money raised by the participating teams will be handed over to organisations working towards the training of up-and-coming young chefs and sommeliers.

Selected associations

Each team is responsible for raising a minimum of €20,000 through their networks and/or fundraising events and will be responsible for choosing the association of their fundraising which must benefit the restaurant and hospitality sector. Here is the list of the 2024 Bike to Care countries. Teams and their associations are in the process of being set up– their online fundraising sites are available in their title link :


La Paulée has chosen the Sommelier Scholarship Fund which offers travel, educational opportunities, and mentorship to rising sommeliers and wine professionals.

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The wine group Hatch Mansfield has chosen the charity Hospitality Action. This association was established in 1837 and has since offered vital assistance to all who work, or have worked within hospitality in the UK.

Team composition in progress

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De Bruijn in Wijnen Anno 1772 has teamed up with top chefs and leading sommeliers to make a difference through the ‘Refugees in Hospitality’ program by VluchtelingenWerk Nederland. This program aids refugees in securing positions within the hospitality sector, offering more than mere employment. It establishes a financial foundation while also facilitating social integration, Dutch language learning and steps towards autonomy—an opportunity to build a future in the Netherlands.




The Belgian sommeliers and chefs team wants to support Cosmos. It helps vulnerable individuals to train and find a job.

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The team will be raising funds to train young sommeliers


The team Ontario has decided to support Vinequity to ensure that people who identify as Black, Indigenous or People of Colour  that work in all aspects of the wine industry are given equitable treatment and opportunities to access, grow and thrive as visible leaders in the Canadian Wine Industry.


Drapeau Norvège


After the early passing of Chef Karla Siverts, a foundation was established at the request of Karla and her heirs, aiming to support young female chefs and promote women in the culinary field. Since 2017, Chef Karla’s Legacy has awarded a scholarship to young and promising female chefs. Over time, the scholarship has become Norway’s most important culinary grant : Kokkekarla


The ASKO Servering Norgescup for apprentice chefs and waiters is an annual competition showcasing the talents of culinary and service trainees. Each fall, qualification rounds are held in NKL’s associations across Norway, with the winning teams advancing to the final weekend in Stavanger. This prestigious competition, which originated in the late 1980s, serves as a platform for apprentices to demonstrate their skills and compete at a national level.

We are proud to announce that the two winners of the ASKO Servering Norgescup for waiter apprentices will be awarded the opportunity to pursue sommelier education.


The team of producers from Burgundy and Bordeaux are raising funds for the Association Jean-Claude Vrinat. Created in 2019, this association’s main objective is to promote the value of the catering professions and in particular the profession of service.

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drapeau chine


The Chinese team will support the WFCCI : a specialized  committee which has been created to strengthen relationships between the Chinese hospitality sector and hospitality around the world.


Day 1
Côte de Beaune

Day 2
Côte de Nuits