Changes to train times


London to Southend Bike Ride

Sunday 22 July 2018

Information about the event including links below if available

Website: London to Southend Bike Ride

Twitter: @BikeEventsTeam


The start is close to Stratford International station and Stratford International Car Park, International Way, London E20 1YY. 24 hour parking costs £6.00. The route to the Start will be signposted.

Recommended station/s

The local station to the start line is Stratford International.

What's happening with the trains?

Two special Bike Events charter trains will run in the morning from Southend Victoria to get you to London (Stratford) for an 8:00am start - the route to the Start will be signed from there.

The trains will also call at Hockley, Rochford and Rayleigh.
Tickets for these special services are available for purchase through the Bike Events website.

Times of the special services are:

Southend Victoria - London (Stratford) departing at 06:25, calling at Hockley (06:36), Rayleigh (06:44) and arriving into Stratford at 07:22.

Southend Victoria - London (Stratford) departing at 06:33, calling at Rochford (06:42), Rayleigh (06:53) arriving into Stratford at 07:34.

Regular service trains depart Southend Victoria at 06:15, 06:49, 07:19 and every 30 mins thereafter, calling at all stations from Southend Victoria to Shenfield, then at Stratford and London Liverpool Street only.

In the afternoon trains will run every 20 minutes from Southend Victoria taking you and your bike back to London Liverpool Street.

Some Greater Anglia services between London Liverpool Street and Southend Victoria (in both directions) are strengthened to 12 cars and therefor cannot call at Romford, Gidea Park, Harold Wood and Brentwood. These will run between 12:00-22:00.

Some TfL services will make extra stops at Harold Wood and Brentwood due to Greater Anglia services being unable to stop at these stations. Journey times may be extended on this route.

Plan Your Journey to this event

You can plan your journey to this event by using the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner.

Last updated:   09 June 2018