Thinking of cycling in or through Belgium, or in neighbouring countries, but don't know which route to take, or what to consider? Jaco, Bart & Katrien, Gerrit, Leo en Guy are experienced long-distance cyclists in Belgium and Europe and are willing to help you. This is how it works:
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We do long bike rides in Belgium and all over Europe, with a preference for the southern countries. We generally cycle between 70 and 120 km a day and like to sleep in small B&B’s, hotels and hostels and eat in local restaurants.
We developed our own route in Belgium: www.abdijfietsen.be
I cycle with an e-bike in Belgium, Luxemburg, France... and like to stay in B&B's, hotels and youth hostels. I develop my own cycling routes, you can find them on:
fiets-wandel-contreien.weebly.com and guysfietsroutes.weebly.com/
I like to set of with a gravel or race bike with as little luggage as possible, cycling 5 till 8 hours a day in Belgium, The Netherlands, England... And like to stay in hotels, hostels, B&B's and sometimes in a tent.
I'm a Long-distance cyclist who avoids hills as much as possible, with lots of cycling experience in Belgium, Germany, France... I mostly develop my own routes based on existing long-distance cycling routes and like to stay in hostels and B&B’s.
I started doing multi-day cycling trips when I was 16 years old and never stopped: in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxemburg, Germany and many other European countries. I used to camp a lot but now opt for anything with a roof, a shower and a toilet.
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