Are you on holiday or for a long weekend in Brussels or are you here for a business trip? Would like to go cycling shortly before your meeting or before your partner wakes up but did not bother to make the whole hassle by bringing your bike with?

We have a solution for you. Just bring your helmet, shoes, pedals, and your best kit.

We LOVE road cycling and after making some years of exploration in the surroundings of Brussels countryside we ended up finding some truly amazing roads.

All you need to do is to book a route you find interesting and suitable for you.

The bike which we will have ready for you is from our official sponsor Ritchey Logic.

Therefore as a side dish of your ride you get to also experience the quality of modern steel!

Please take a look at our route options:

MUUR VAN GERAARDSBERGEN – Anybody who has followed cycling knows the Muur Van Geerardsbergen! The Wall (Flemish Muur) had decades the deciding standing in the one of the cycling monuments Ronde Van Vlaanderen. Few years ago for all the cycling fans were shocked it was taken away from the Ronde but the good news just recently confirmed that it will be again back on 2017 edition.
+-100km – approx. 6hours – Flat/Cobbles – 200 euro – 150 euro until April


SONIAN FOREST – Sonian Forest lies in the south-east corner of Brussels. It serves as huge lungs for the surrounding area. The forest has a part of history with the Battle of Waterloo and it has been owned throughout history by various Dukes, Princes. It was a popular hunting ground for the nobility. The forest has a fairy tale look in times. When you are riding on those tiny ancient tracks inside the forest it is impossible to imagine that you are only 5-10km from the city center.
+-65km – approx. 4hours – Flat/Cobbles/Gravel – 150 euro

sonian forest

ATOMIUM/PAJOTTENLAND – We start the tour by visiting the landmark of Brussels, the Atomium which was build year 1958 for the World Expo which Brussels was hosting. From there we immediately enter to the Flemish Pajottenland. By the Flemish this area is occasionally called “the Toscana of the nord”. Pajottenland is predominantly farmland, with occasional gently rolling hills.
+-65km – approx. 4hours – Flat/Fields – 150 euro




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