How to Get There
Please note that there is NO PARKING at the venue for motor vehicles apart from a very limited number of disabled parking spaces.
We encourage customers to cycle to the event and take advantage of the large secure bicycle parking area provided. If attending the event by cycle, please head for the Dulwich Village entrance where the cycle parking is located.
The World Cycling Revival Festival is easily reached from central London by National Rail. We advise you to travel to Dulwich one of two routes, depending on the entrance specified on your ticket;
Dulwich Village Entrance – Please head to London Bridge station and take a South Eastern Trains service to North Dulwich Station, a journey of approximately 15 minutes. The entrance is less than a five minute walk from the station, and will be clearly signed and guided by our marshals.
Burbage Road Entrance – Please head to Herne Hill Station using either a Thameslink Service (from King’s Cross, Elephant and Castle or Blackfriars) or a South Eastern Trains Service from Victoria. The entrance is about a ten minute walk from the station, and will be clearly signposted and guided by our marshals.
Both stations are in Zone 2 of the London Travelcard area, and accept both Oyster and Contactless Card Payment.
Herne Hill and Dulwich are served by a variety of bus routes from central and South West London. We advise you to check with the Transport for London website for the best route for your journey.
The Herne Hill Velodrome and the Griffin Sports Ground are easily accessed by Taxi, however cabs will not be granted access to the site. For an easier journey, we suggest getting the taxi to drop you on Half Moon Lane and for you to follow the signs to the event on foot (just a few minutes walk).
If you require special assistance or need to reserve a disabled parking permit, please contact us at [email protected] and we will endeavour to help.