All about cycling in the Netherlands

Car free inner city of ’s-Hertogenbosch

The city of ‘s-Hertogenbosch closed the historic inner city for motorized traffic. This used to be different. From the 1960s the city looked like one big parking lot. Now we … Continue reading

31 October 2009 · Leave a comment

Cycling in the Netherlands in the 1950s

A collection of colorful images of the Dutch cycling in the 1950s. In villages, in cities, for work, for pleasure: the Dutch cycled all over their country in great numbers. … Continue reading

24 October 2009 · Leave a comment

Bicycle tunnel from 1971 in Utrecht (Netherlands)

This bicycle tunnel in Utrecht was finished in 1971 in an area of the center that was redeveloped in those days. Nowadays it is not a through route anymore and … Continue reading

22 October 2009 · Leave a comment

Nijmegen cycle impressions

Some cycle impressions of the city of Nijmegen in the Netherlands. First a view of the 1930s river Waal bridge, then a few images of the road from the South-East … Continue reading

18 October 2009 · Leave a comment

Cycling the hills in Berg en Dal (Netherlands)

Holland is flat, but there is more to the Netherlands than just the part of it called Holland. The east of the Netherlands is quite hilly as can be seen … Continue reading

17 October 2009 · Leave a comment

Cycle Bridge in Nijmegen (Netherlands)

A huge cycle bridge over the river Waal (main flow of the river Rhine) that was built next to and attached to an existing rail road bridge in Nijmegen in … Continue reading

16 October 2009 · 2 Comments

Bike Routes into the city of Utrecht

Map showing all the bike rides into the city of Utrecht with links to the separate movies. There are fast and pleasant bike routes from every side of the city … Continue reading

13 October 2009 · Leave a comment

Cycling in the rain, ’s-Hertogenbosch

Street in ‘s-Hertogenbosch a.k.a. Den Bosch with a lot of cyclists even in rainy conditions. The Dutch don’t really cycle less when it rains… Cycling in the rain

7 October 2009 · Leave a comment