Mobility & Accessibility


Can’t wait to cheer on your favourite riders at the Brussels Cycling Classic on Sunday 5 June? Find out below how to get to your destination easily.

ON FOOT

START

The start of the Brussels Cycling Classic will be held in the Parc du Cinquantenaire in Brussels. The start is of course easily accessible on foot from the centre of Brussels.

FINISH

You can see the riders finish at the Houba de Strooperlaan in Brussels. Do you live in the neighbourhood? Then it’s easy to get to the public area around the finish on foot.

BY BIKE

START & FINISH

Are you coming to the start or the finish by bike? Then you can leave your bike in one of the secure bike stalls near the Cinquantenaire. More information about the availability and the prices can be found here. Always bring your own lock, just in case!

BY TRAIN

START

If you are coming to the start in the Cinquantenaire Park, it is best to take the train to Brussels Central Station. The station is a 25-minutes walk from the start.

So be sure to check the timetable of the trains to Brussels-Central so you can get to the Cinquantenaire without any problems.

FINISH

Would you like to shout your favourite rider to victory? Then take the train to Jette. The station is a 20-minute walk from the Houba de Strooperlaan.

Be sure to plan your trip in advance by checking the timetable and get to the finish without any problems.

BY METRO

START

If you come to the Jubilee Park by metro, you can take lines 1 and 5. These lines run between the eastern and western parts of the city. All information and timetables can be found here. The Schuman and Montgomery stops are within walking distance of the park.

FINISH

Line 6 takes you to the Houba De Strooperlaan. The stops Roi Baudouin and Houba-Brugmann are within walking distance of the finish.

All information and timetables can be found here.

BY BUS

START

Planning to come to the Cinquantenaire Park by bus? The Etterbeek Général Leman,
Bruxelles Nerviens, Bruxelles Froissart and Bruxelles Parc Léopold are within walking distance of the Cinquantenaire Park.

All information and timetables can be found here.

FINISH

The Brussels Stadium and Brussels Brugmann stops are within walking distance of the finish. If you want to come to the finish by bus, it is best to take the train to one of these stops. During the race, all normal transport tickets are valid.

All information and timetables can be found here.

PARKING

START & FINISH

Are you coming to Brussels by car? Then it’s best to check beforehand whether there are any parking spaces available. On the sites of Q-Park, Bepark and Interparking you can even reserve your parking spot in advance, so you are sure of a place.

The arrival zone of the Brussels Cycling Challenge is located on the Houba de Strooperlaan in Brussels. The street will NOT be accessible by car during the race.

ACCESSIBILITY

START & FINISH

We make sure that the Brussels Cycling Classic is as accessible as possible for cycling fans. So also for visitors with special needs and wishes. For this we work together with Inter, to make the experience for people with disabilities as optimal as possible.

What do we provide?
A wheelchair platform at the start in the Jubelpark and finish at the Houba de Strooperlaan, parking close by, accessible sanitary facilities and Inter-volunteers who provide welcome and assistance in these areas. 

Do you have a disability and would you like to make use of these facilities? Send an email to babette.deprez@inter.vlaanderen and specify which facilities you want to use at which location. If you also want a parking space, please send us the number plate of your car. Inter will then provide you with all information and documents in advance.