The Netherlands

  

388 KILOMETERS OF CYCLING ROUTES THROUGH THE UNIQUE NATURE OF NATIONAL PARK KRKA

The Krka National Park is a beautiful 109 km² cycling area in Croatia with enchanting nature and cultural-historical heritage around the most beautiful course of the Krka River and the lower reaches of the Čikola River. Precipitation of lime has created seven impressive waterfalls there.

  

THE ALTMARK – A LITTLE DIFFERENT CYCLING IN THE HAMBURG-BERLIN-MAGDEBURG TRIANGLE

Cycling has many dimensions and Cyclelive Magazine is first in line to do full justice to the entire spectrum. Some regions are perfect for ticking off a cartload of challenges. Some regions are perfect for the MTB and/or gravel bike while others are perfect for the die-hard road cyclist.

  

PAIRING CYCLING WITH TOP WINES IN TRAMIN

The South Tyrolean lowlands around Tramin are a hotspot for asphalt eaters. The varied nature and typical South Tyrolean athmosphere takes you into another world. Around Tramin, Kurtatsch, Margreid and Kurtinig lies a beautiful cuvée to discover by road bike.

  • LEFT AND RIGHT OF THE ORANGE CANALLEFT AND RIGHT OF THE ORANGE CANAL
    Cycling along a canal can be a monotonous activity. Always going straight ahead and looking at infinity. In other words, making miles. Another option is to take the canal as your guide and see left and right how you can combine the useful with the pleasant while cycling.
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  • BICYCLE BOOK SOUTH OF THE NETHERLANDSBICYCLE BOOK SOUTH OF THE NETHERLANDS
    Enjoying cycling with Knooppunter is also possible in the Netherlands! The guide by seasoned cycling author Kristien Hansebout offers thirty ready-to-use routes along the Knooppunter network through the southern border provinces of Zeeland, Noord-Brabant and Limburg.
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  • ON THE TRAIL OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEON THE TRAIL OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE
    Just cross the border and immediately feel in another world? This is possible when you plan to cycle the more than 100 kilometers long "Fietsallee langs de Noordervaart" which runs partly through the Netherlands and partly through Germany. However you look at it, many things are just a little different in both countries. Whether that is for better or for worse, is something everyone can decide for themselves after they get home.
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  • LEFT AND RIGHT OF THE ORANGE CANALLEFT AND RIGHT OF THE ORANGE CANAL
    Cycling along a canal can be a monotonous activity. Always going straight ahead and looking at infinity. In other words, making miles. Another option is to take the canal as your guide and see left and right how you can combine the useful with the pleasant while cycling.
  • BICYCLE BOOK SOUTH OF THE NETHERLANDSBICYCLE BOOK SOUTH OF THE NETHERLANDS
    Enjoying cycling with Knooppunter is also possible in the Netherlands! The guide by seasoned cycling author Kristien Hansebout offers thirty ready-to-use routes along the Knooppunter network through the southern border provinces of Zeeland, Noord-Brabant and Limburg.
  • ON THE TRAIL OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEON THE TRAIL OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE
    Just cross the border and immediately feel in another world? This is possible when you plan to cycle the more than 100 kilometers long “Fietsallee langs de Noordervaart” which runs partly through the Netherlands and partly through Germany. However you look at it, many things are just a little different in both countries. Whether that ...
  • THE LONGEST BICYCLE BRIDGE IN EUROPETHE LONGEST BICYCLE BRIDGE IN EUROPE
    The biggest, the longest, the widest of anything, we usually want to check out. It’s just a little different from the rest and it raises questions. Is it really as special as it is indicated? Do you really have to have seen it or can you just wait and see when you happen to be ...
  • LANDAL CASTLE DOMAIN THE CAUBERG: THE CYCLING PARK OF THE NETHERLANDSLANDAL CASTLE DOMAIN THE CAUBERG: THE CYCLING PARK OF THE NETHERLANDS
    Professional cycling teams regularly stay here for training periods, Tom Dumoulin cycled his virtual Amstel Gold Race from a vacation home, several famous cyclists have their own street on the park and since last year a world cycling champion also lives here.