Our hotels and B&B places are situated in Brugge, Ghent, Oudenaarde, Kortrijk, Ouwe Kwaremont, Kluisbergen and Brakel.

These lovely towns with a long cycling history, authentic landscapes, and cyclist-friendly accommodation are a dream for every cycling enthusiast. Come to Belgium and stay in the same hotels, as the world pro teams, and live like a professional. Or you can stop in the same B&B places where many stars have stayed at the beginning of their careers!
Flanders offers visitors the chance to enjoy all the spectacles and atmosphere of a classic cycling race. We will have various events before the big races and of course, a lot of Gran Fondo´s all summer long. The events will be organized around big races like Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Ghent-Wevelgem, Dwars door Vlaanderen, de Ronde van Vlaanderen, de Scheldeprijs, De Brabantse Pijl, and Paris-Roubaix. All summer long we will have Gran Fondos such as the Johan Museeuw Classic, We Ride Flanders Cyclo, the Etixx Classic, the Greg Van Avermaet Classic, the Philippe Gilbert Classic and many more!
For those cycling enthusiasts, who want to explore Flanders at their own pace, we recommend visiting the following must-see locations. Five challenging climbs, that will allow you to both ride hard and get a great overview of the culture and history of the area. Oude Kwaremont: A 2,2 km long and beautiful climb. Famous for the Tour of Flanders, Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne. It starts out slow, but then you need to hit it. (Average of 4.1 % with a maximum of 11 %.). Koppenberg: Nicknamed the hump of Melden. A short, but steep climb. (Average of 11.6 % going up to 19 % in the middle section.) Paterberg: Famous for being the last climb in the Tour of Flanders, the Paterberg lies 13 kilometers from the finish. (Average of 13.7 % up to 20 percent.) De Muur van Geraardsbergen: Also known as simple “De Muur” is a monument in Flemish cycling history. The steep slope has a length of 1075 meters. The highest rate of increase is 20% with an average of 9,2 %. If you have made the effort to climb the wall, then you should also make the effort to enter the chapel at the top and buy a shirt that says, “I Defeated De Muur.” Kemmelberg: With 159 meters the Kemmelberg is the highest point in West Flanders and the focal point of Ghent-Wevelgem where the riders climb it twice. (Average of 8 % with a maximum of 17 %.)

So if you want to defy the Flemish slopes and cobblestones, just like your idols, come to the homeland of cycling for the ultimate cycling experience!

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