All about cycling in the Netherlands

Testing a new OV-Fiets

OV-Fiets is the shared bike system of The Netherlands and it is very popular for the last kilometre of a journey from the train station to people’s end destination. Last … Continue reading

14 July 2015 · 11 Comments

How to get to a place to film

“How do you get to all those places in your videos?” Several people have asked me this question recently. The answer is by bicycle, for the final 15 kilometres at … Continue reading

7 July 2015 · 20 Comments

Massive number of train passengers take the OV-fiets

The popularity of the OV-Fiets (Public Transport bicycle) knows no boundaries. I have written before about this nationwide shared bicycle rental system of the Netherlands’ Railways. It made headlines again … Continue reading

16 June 2011 · 3 Comments

Bike share the Dutch way

On the “bike sharing world map” there is one strikingly blank country. You guessed it: the Netherlands. You could think that in a country of 16 million who possess 18 … Continue reading

17 March 2011 · 1 Comment

Dutch Bikes in Vancouver 2010

The Dutch OV-Fiets, the “public transport bicycle” is a very successful system of rental bikes. They shipped 400 of their bikes to the Olympic Village in Vancouver. The bikes are … Continue reading

13 February 2010 · 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

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