Nowhere else in the world are there so many bikes and is there so much cycling as here! Cycle from home to Zandvoort or come by car and ride the last 30 minutes by bike to the circuit. You can bring your own bike or rent a bike/e-bike. You can rent a bike either in advance or on-site at Park+Bike car park.
THE BICYCLE WINS OVER THE CAR
Choose to bike right through the beautiful surroundings to the Dutch Grand Prix. You can bring your own bike or rent one in advance or on site. In Zandvoort and Bloemendaal aan Zee, you can park your bike for free in bicycle sheds within walking distance of the circuit.
You can bring your own bike or rent a bike or e-bike in advance or on site. Visitors coming from the north, Amsterdam and Haarlem are best to choose special bike parking spots like Monza en de Portimao. If you are coming from the south, Portimao, Baku, Monza or Bahrain are convenient final stops in Zandvoort and Bloemendaal aan Zee. There you can park your bike for free in guarded bike racks within walking distance of the circuit.
PARK + BIKE
RESERVE YOUR PARK+BIKE SPOT
If you choose the combination of car and bike, it is a good idea to book your Park+Bike ticket in advance. Then you can park your car properly and make the last part of the trip carefree by bike, with your own bike or one you rented in advance. Park it in one of the guarded and free parking lots in Zandvoort or Bloemendaal aan Zee, at walking distance from the circuit.RESERVE YOUR P+B TICKET!
MOPED AND BICYCLE PARKING SPACE
RESERVE YOUR MOPED AND BICYCLE PARKING SPOT
For cyclists, mopeds and scooters, several bicycle and moped parking facilities have been set up across Zandvoort and Bloemendaal aan Zee. At these bicycle parking areas, you can park your bike and walk further to the circuit. At the premium bicycle parking areas ‘Red Bull Ring’ and ‘Silverstone’, you will be able to park your bike under guard this year for a fee. If you book in advance, you are guaranteed a place for your bike. The other bike parks are free, not guarded, and cannot be reserved in advance. Do you want to park your bike there? Then make sure you leave on time!Reserve your moped or bicycle parking spot
Travel to Zandvoort
All transport options
Moped or Bicycle
Take a bike ride right through the beautiful surroundings. Bike from home to Zandvoort or come by car and cover the last 30 minutes by bike to the circuit. You can bring your own bike or rent one. Reserve your moped or bicycle parking spot or book a Park+Bike ticket.More information
Public bus transport
Travel by bus to CM.com Circuit Zandvoort. If you live in the Amstelland region (Amstelveen, Uithoorn, Aalsmeer) and Haarlemmermeer, this is the best option! You will hop on in the region and be dropped off right near CM.com Circuit Zandvoort (400 metres from gate 1). Don’t wait any longer and book your place on the bus already!More information
Comfortable and traffic jam-free to the Dutch Grand Prix? Then travel to Zandvoort with organised coach transport. With a guaranteed seat, no transfer, a fixed arrival and departure time and a drop-off at 400 metres from the circuit, organised coach transport is a very good travel option to the Dutch Grand Prix.More information
This year it is also possible to travel to the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix by using shared scooter or shared bicycle. For visitors from Haarlem, Hoofddorp and Zandvoort, this is an easy and quick way to travel to CM.com Circuit Zandvoort.More information
The Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix is the only Grand Prix in the world with a train station within walking distance of the circuit. You travel quickly to Zandvoort aan Zee station and walk along the promenade along the beach to the entrance of the circuit. Check out how to plan your train ride to CM.com Circuit ZandvoortMore information
Car or motorcycle
During the Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort and surrounding municipalities are not accessible by car and motorbike. A better option than the car is to choose one of the sustainable transport options. Still want to come by car? You can park at a distance and travel further by public bus transport or bicycle. Check out the options here.More information