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Monthly Archives: September, 2009

Bike commute in the Netherlands (’s-Hertogenbosch)

Commuting to work on a bicycle in the Dutch city ‘s-Hertogenbosch (a.k.a. Den Bosch). From the center of the city to an industrial zone on the edge of the city. … Continue reading

26 September 2009 · Leave a comment

Cycling in The Hague, Netherlands

Cycling the center of The Hague in the Netherlands (Den Haag in Dutch). Through the shopping streets to the central railway station on a public transport bicycle (OV-fiets) that had … Continue reading

26 September 2009 · Leave a comment

Bigger Dutch Roads with bike paths

Not all Dutch streets are narrow and in cobblestone. There are also major 2×2 lane roads with intersections just as wide as anywhere else in the world. But these roads … Continue reading

20 September 2009 · Leave a comment

Big Commute in Summer; combining modes

The Summer version of the 50k commute on foot, by train and by bicycle in the Netherlands. Includes a good look in the inside of a huge indoor bicycle parking … Continue reading

18 September 2009 · Leave a comment

Cycle paths from the 1950s in the Netherlands

Separated cycle paths in the Netherlands already existed in the early 1950s. It is no wonder the Dutch are so used to them. This example shows how a street in … Continue reading

11 September 2009 · Leave a comment

Bicycle Rush Hour Den Bosch, Netherlands I

The Netherlands has an elaborate system of cycle infrastructure. But sometimes the Dutch feel that for some places that is not neccessary at all. At places like that traffic regulates … Continue reading

10 September 2009 · Leave a comment
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