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Eastbourne Cycling Festival: 4 & 4 June 2016

The Western Lawns on Eastbourne's seafront will be host to the 2016 Cycling Festival showcasing a range of cycling and sports activities. The event offers the chance for cyclists to take part in a variety of events, from time trials to road races, as well as browse trade stands on the seafront.

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Eastbourne Cycling Festival

Eastbourne Cycling Festival



  • The Tri Store Sportive taking in some major local climbs
  • Road racing on a closed road circuit, starting and finishing in front of the Grand Hotel on King Edwards Parade, from the Eastbourne Cycling Festival Youth Championships to Elite level racing
  • Penny Farthing races
  • Urban/Beach Cyclo-Cross
  • Schools relays
  • Off road charity mountain bike ride, promoted by Wheels Cycles
  • Go Ride Skills Challenge
  • Watt Bike Challenge with Eastbourne Rovers CC
  • Bike Stunt Riding - Bob 'n Banner plus friends doing their trials stunt riding.
  • Led Rides around the town
  • Vintage Bike Displays

……………..and much more

Did You Know?

20 bikes can be parked in the same space as taken up by 1 car!

Our Partners & Sponsors:

With Thanks to the following for helping to stage this event:
The Tri Store
British Cycling
Bespoke Cycle Group
Hankham Motors

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