Beyond sport, Paris-Roubaix Femmes is committed to supporting sustainable mobility. Cycling is the most environmentally friendly way to get around and is perfectly in keeping with the policy of the Tour de France: Riding into the future
Electric mobility is the obvious choice for the organisation's vehicle fleet. The 50 vehicles that make up the fleet are plug-in hybrids. Two fully electric Škoda Enyaq IV cars have been present in the race since 2022.
For the first time, members of the public can use a carpooling service to go from the start of the race to strategic points and on to the finish line to cheer on the riders.
- Collection zones: riders will have collection zones at their disposal for discarded items, which will be cleaned up by the organiser. 5 such zones will be set up this year.
- Natura 2000 Zones: Protecting the environment and safeguarding biodiversity are major concerns for the organisation of Paris–Roubaix. The Biotope consultant firm has been supporting the organiser since 2011 by assessing the impact of the race on the Natura 2000 European network of special nature protection areas. In 2023, the race will go through 3 sensitive areas Special care will go towards protecting the Trouée d'Arenberg, which is both a Natura 2000 zone and a listed site.
The inaugural edition of the Dictée de Paris–Roubaix Femmes avec Zwift put 175 schoolchildren to the test in Denain on 25 March. The winners will get a special ticket to watch the Queen of Classics.