Experience and live the birth ground of the ‘Ronde’ on many of the Bergs & Cobbles of Flanders throughout the entire year. Enjoy the beautiful villages and historic cities and cycle along the winding concrete roads through the yellow and green farmer fields. Conquer some of the famous classic climbs, take a rest and have a coffee or enjoy a cake in one of the many cycling cafés along the road.
Flanders is the perfect playground for cyclists who dare to tackle the cobbles and who like to combine history, cycling and tasting delicious food and beer for which the region is famous for.
Discover all what Flanders has to offer by people who know it best. But you pick your hotel or B&B, you choose the distance of your ride because after all it is your cycling holiday.
Whether it is a luxury hotel in one of Flanders’ cultural cities such as Ghent, Bruges or Brussels or a cozy B&B in the Flemish Ardennes or even a 5 star holiday home at the foot of the infamous Koppenberg, we got it all covered for you! Transfers, bike delivery, guided tours, inside tips and tricks, it can all be arranged and taken care of.
Nothing is more rewarding than some good local food after a long day in the saddle. Try some of the local dishes together with one of the famous Trappist beers in one of the hundreds of restaurants this region is famous for. Visit one of the many local breweries, some of them will likely have their origins in cycling.
The heart and soul of classic cycling with roads that have seen bikes and races for over 140 years and counting.
World Tour race held each first Sunday of April with an estimated half a million people who line up along the road. Between Kwaremont and Paterberg you will find thousands of cycling fans gathered in a real dream theatre of cycling.
Bergs : typical Flanders ‘hill’; shot but steep with gradients up to 20%.
4 K : conquer the notorious 4 K climbs, Koppenberg, Kwaremont, Kapelmuur and Kemmelberg
Stoverij : typical local beef stew with brown Trappist beer served with Belgian fries.
Perfect temperature for cycling but always prepare for 4 seasons in one day.
Terrain : Flat especially along the many rivers and canals. Rolling terrain with some steep Bergs in the Flemish Ardennes combined with some cobbles sections. Medieval cities and small villages along the route but always with a church and a café in the middle. Suitable for any level or cyclist.