Get the most out of Brussels Cycling Classic. Here are a few tips.


          Come to the Cinquantenaire

Meet famous riders such as Rui Costa, Alberto Contador and Thomas Voeckler. At 10.30 a.m. the riders will be presented under the stunning triumphal arch at the Cinquantenaire. The riders’ park is freely accessible to the public. You can watch the mechanics at work close up and admire the sprinters’ calves of André Greipel, Gerald Ciolek, John Degenkolb and Alessandro Petacchi.

The riders will set off at 11.45 a.m.

 

          Find a strategic spot      

The riders will climb the following hills several times:

Langestraat, Neerijse (3x)

They will pass this point around 2.45 p.m., 3.15 p.m. and 3.45 p.m.

Vossemberg, Vossem (2x)

They will pass this point around 2.55 p.m. and 3.25 p.m.

Smeysberg, Huldenberg (2x)

They will pass this point around 3.05 p.m. and 3.35 p.m.

 

         Enjoy the final in the centre of Brussels

Brussels Cycling Classic, the Brussels race, aims to highlight the most beautiful spots in and around our capital: the Sonian Forestthe Grand Place, the Royal Palace of Laeken, the Japanese Tower,  the Royal Museum for Central Africa and of course the Atomium. The last twenty kilometres runs through the centre of Brussels, offering you a unique way to experience the race and the city. The finish line is located on Avenue Impératrice Charlotte at the foot of the Atomium, near King Baudouin Stadium. There you will be able to follow the race on a large screen and witness the finish in person.

 

          Travel to Brussels with no traffic jams

Brussels Cycling Classic will take place on Saturday, 7 September and is easily accessible by car or public transport.

How to get to the Cinquantenaire/start

How to get to Brussels Exhibition Centre/finish