Circuit Zolder is undoubtedly the Temple of Cycling Paradise Limburg. Rik Van Looy, Mario Cippolini, Erik De Vlaeminck are just a few of the names from the Circuit’s glorious past. Today, we can easily add Cadel Evans, Philippe Gilbert and Tom Boonen to this list. On this circuit, all of them tested the limits of both man and material.

The first sporting event ever held here was the 1969 Belgian Cycling Championship followed by many international cycling championships such as the World Cycling Championships on the Road and Cyclo-Cross (2002). Circuit Zolder is an ideal base for discovering Cycling Paradise Limburg and its cycling history. 

From Circuit of Zolder, four themed cycling routes lead you through the Limburg cycling history. You not only discover more about the international cycling championships that took placehere, such as the fiercely competitive World Cups of 1970 and 2002, but also the memorable passage of the Tour de France in 1981. Or explore from the Circuit the native region and training courses of the two Limburg winners of the Tour of Flanders, Eric Vanderaerden and René Martens. 


Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6:15 to 9:30 p.m. you can test your own limits at Circuit Zolder. Cycle together with many other racers and enthusiasts in the peloton on the legendary asphalt. The track is fully lit, so you can also cycle safely during the winter months. A day ticket costs 2 euros. With a timing chip, subscribers can time and analyze their lap times, as well as compare them with their friends.

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