This year’s edition of the BXL TOUR will start in the centre of Brussels, in front of the Royal Palace at the Place des Palais, and finish at the base of the Atomium, in the north of the capital.
As these two locations are very well-served by public transportation, race organizers recommend that participants, spectators, and all other visitors travel to the event by train, tram, bus – or, of course, by bicycle!
– Public transportation:
– For a list of public transportation routes, visit www.stib-mivb.be;
– The train is a convenient way to get to downtown Brussels – for more information, visit Belgium’s national railway company’s website at www.belgianrail.be
– Of course, we also encourage visitors to cycle to the event. Bike parking will be available near the start and finish lines of the race.
It is also possible to combine different modes of transportation, such as using a car park (either public or “park and ride”) and taking public transportation to the event.
For more information about “park and ride” car parks, visit www.mobilite-mobiliteit.brussels.
Together with Brussels Mobility, the STIB-MIVB and Police services, a mobility plan will be implemented, including a joint communications initiative to share this plan with as many people as possible.
Digital signaling will be in place to notify motorists and we will ask providers of navigation systems to adapt routes for that day.
These parties will ensure that every effort is made to limit, as much as possible, any traffic disruptions that may result from the event.
All necessary info will be available shortly.