A long ride in the north of the Netherlands
In this post I will show you a ride in the north of the Netherlands in the provinces of Drenthe and Friesland. I started and ended the 34.2 kilometre long tour in and around Frederiksoord. A village named after a … Continue reading A long ride in the north of the Netherlands
Winter Cycling in Finland
Cycling in winter, is that even possible? Yes, is what I keep saying, but we hardly have real winter conditions in the Netherlands anymore to prove my point. That is why I took the opportunity to attend a Winter Cycling … Continue reading Winter Cycling in Finland
12 years later; 10 rides in ʼs-Hertogenbosch
For this month of February I have prepared a special project for you. Around 2010, I documented 10 rides in my hometown of ʼs-Hertogenbosch. Last Summer – 12 years later – I filmed the same rides again and compared the … Continue reading 12 years later; 10 rides in ʼs-Hertogenbosch
Amsterdam opened a new bicycle parking facility, underwater!
A new bicycle parking garage under the water in front of Amsterdam Central Station was officially opened last Wednesday. A day later it was open to the public. The parking facility can house 7,000 bicycles and there are also several … Continue reading Amsterdam opened a new bicycle parking facility, underwater!
Amsterdam’s new ‘Inner Ring’ will be a cycle street
For this week’s post I cycled a large part of the so-called Binnenring (Inner Ring) in Amsterdam. This is a new cycle route right around the historic city centre of the city, that is currently under development. Where possible the … Continue reading Amsterdam’s new ‘Inner Ring’ will be a cycle street
How did the pandemic influence cycling in the Netherlands?
Happy New Year to everyone! In this first post of 2023 I would like to share some updated figures with you. The last time I looked at the figures of cycling and mobility in the Netherlands was in January 2020 … Continue reading How did the pandemic influence cycling in the Netherlands?
The year 2022 in review
Yet another year (almost) over. And what a special year this was. The measures for Covid mostly behind us (at least here in the Netherlands), a terrible war in Europe that made and makes millions suffer and for me personally … Continue reading The year 2022 in review
Bicycle Lights Parade in The Hague
The organisation promoting cycling for the city of The Hague, Den Haag Fietst, organised a festive Bicycle Lights Parade in the first weekend after the clocks had been turned back to standard time. At the end of Daylight Savings Time … Continue reading Bicycle Lights Parade in The Hague
The Amsterdam Nescio Bridge Revisited
I put a great cycling bridge in Amsterdam to music. Just because it is the fifth Wednesday of the month and that is neither a post Wednesday (I only post on the first and third Wednesdays of the month) nor … Continue reading The Amsterdam Nescio Bridge Revisited
One cycle route, nine border crossings
This is a post about a border crossing international cycle route. Although Belgium and the Netherlands are direct neighbours, this cycle route from Tilburg to Turnhout crosses that international border nine times! The cycle route is on the former railway … Continue reading One cycle route, nine border crossings
An award winning cycling bridge in Antwerp
Every now and then I visit cities across the border for my blog. This time we’re revisiting Antwerp. I last published about this Belgian city when I had visited it just before the Covid crisis hit Europe, early March 2020. … Continue reading An award winning cycling bridge in Antwerp
A ride from Schiedam to Rotterdam
Some of my posts take shape by accident. This is one such post. I wanted to film for an upcoming post at a location south of the Beneluxtunnel in Schiedam. The nearest place to rent an OV-Fiets would be the … Continue reading A ride from Schiedam to Rotterdam