How to Find Eastbourne Cycling Festival
The Eastbourne Cycling Festival arena is on the Western Lawns, Eastbourne seafront.
Address and Postcode for SatNav
King Edwards Parade
Find all the information you need on how to get to Eastbourne with a guide to excellent transport links by road, rail, sea and air on the Visit Eastbourne Website.
How to Get There
National Cycle Network Route 21
Western Lawns is a short ride (or walk) from Eastbourne Train Station.
You can also ride to Eastbourne on many of the inland and coastal routes. Why not enjoy some of the East Sussex lanes on your journey?
If you are staying the weekend then you have some fantastic cycling on your doorstep, on or off road. Take to the South Downs on cyclo-cross or MTB, explore the inland and coastal lanes including the infamous Beachy Head, or head into Friston Forest for some of the best single track and bomb holes in the UK.
Regular bus services operate around Eastbourne. For details of routes and times:
- From Brighton (West): Brighton & Hove Buses
- Tel. 01273 886200
- From Hastings (East): Stagecoach
- Tel. 0871 200 22 33
With so much going on, be sure you don't miss the last train home:
- London 22:18
- Brighton 23:56
- Hastings 00:25
- London 20:59
- Brighton 22:59
- Hastings 23:26
National Rail Enquiries: 08457 484950 or www.nationalrail.co.uk
Main roads into Eastbourne are the A22 and A23 from London, A259 linking Hastings, Dover and the Channel Tunnel, A259 and A27 from Brighton.
Free parking is available in roads surrounding the Festival site. Be aware that there are parking meters on some roads along the beachfront.
Town Car Parks
You can park in the town centre car parks and Western Lawns is a pleasant walk through the town to the seafront.
NCP Car Park: Trinity Place, Eastbourne, BN21 3BZ
JCP Car Park: Junction Road, Eastbourne, BN21 3QZ
Charges will apply to all car parks
For more information visit http://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/parking/