BICYCLE DUTCH

All about cycling in the Netherlands

Monthly Archives: November, 2012

Unravelling modes

Something I haven’t written much about yet is the unravelling or unbundling of modes. This is a way of separating cycle routes from main routes for motorised traffic. In the … Continue reading

29 November 2012 · 10 Comments

Trouble in paradise?

“Problems all-too familiar to car drivers the world over, from traffic jams to road-rage and lack of parking, are now also threatening to turn the Dutch dream of bicycling bliss … Continue reading

22 November 2012 · 27 Comments

I want to see you; use your lights

If this doesn’t make you feel good I don’t know what does: a lovely fairy-like girl in a dress full of lit cycle lights handing these lights one by one … Continue reading

15 November 2012 · 8 Comments

A jubilee and ‘golden’ cycling

This is my one hundredth blog post! When I realised it was coming up I thought it needed something special. Something outstanding, something golden or something … but I soon … Continue reading

8 November 2012 · 16 Comments

Three little things

“Long Live Amsterdam” The Amsterdam based newspaper ‘Het Parool’ has a small corner for short letters. Limited to 69 words, people are encouraged to share something with the readers. This … Continue reading

1 November 2012 · 7 Comments
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