Public Transport to Lee Valley VeloPark

June 27 2014

Public Transport to Lee Valley VeloPark

We strongly recommend travelling by public transport to Lee Valley VeloPark, allowing plenty of time to get to the venue and please plan your journey ahead of your visit to check for any planned closures or engineering works.

By Rail Nearest Tube/Station:

Stratford International (served by Docklands Light Railway DLR and Southeastern High speed services to St Pancras International)

Stratford (served by Jubilee and Central underground lines, DLR and National Rail for services between Liverpool Street and Essex/East Anglia.

Both stations are a 20 minute walk from the Velodrome.

For further information and journey planning please visit Transport for London or National Rail websites.

By Bus

Several bus routes connect to Stratford and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with the key routes being: 388, 308, 339, 97 and N205 which all stop near Lee Valley VeloPark.

By Bike

There are cycle routes connecting Lee Valley VeloPark to local residential areas as well as the cycle routes through Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The venue is close Sustrans National Cycle Network Route 1 and Barclays Cycle Superhighway CS2. A limited number of bike racks are available at the venue although it is anticipated these will be in high demand during major events.

Bike are parked at the owners risk and you will need to supply a lock.

 

Further details on the Lee Valley VeloPark can be found on their website: www.visitleevalley.org.uk/velopark

 

 

About the 2014 UCI Track Cycling World Cup London

The UCI Track World Cup is a season long winter track cycling competition run by the UCI. The London round of the event takes place at the Lee Valley VeloPark and is the second round of the series. The event includes all of the Olympic Track Cycling events that you might have seen during the games in London 2012 where the athletes from British Cycling performances exceeded all expectation. The World Cup is delivered by British Cycling, to find out more about membership of British Cycling, click here.