Flanders has a lot to offer. Whether you want to watch a race, join a cyclo, visit a cycling museum, ride one of the specific routes, have a pre ride coffee or post ride beer, rent a race bike, stay in a cycling accommodation or go to a stylish cycling shop. There are loads of possibilities that cater for your cycling needs. 


Wake up in B&B ‘t Juiste Verzet, located on the Oude Kwaremont. Rent a bike from the nearby Fietsen Jowan bikeshop and go for one of the Tour of Flanders cycling routes. Have lunch at and pay a visit to the Tour of Flanders centre. Continue you ride and finish with a cycling beer at Café Koppenberg or In De Zon (Kwaremont).


Wake up at the Parkhotel in Kortrijk and meet some pro riders staying here for the spring classics. Rent a race bike at Veloods and head off to Heuvelland, where you climb the Kemmelberg and many other hills close to Flanders Fields. Watch the Gent-Welvegem race while you’re there. Have lunch at Herberg In De Zon. Head over to Roeselare and continue your day with a visit to the WieMu / Cycling is a religion expo. Test you track racing skills on the Defraye-Sercu open air track. Close off with a beer and diner at Kaffee Carlito in Tielt.



Wake up in B&B Den Engel and head over to beautiful Leuven to ride the Brabantse Pijl cyclosportive. Have lunch in one of the many restaurants in Leuven. Continue with a visit to the Sportimonium museum or the Eddy Merckx cycles factory. Real Merckx fans might want to take a look at the monument in Eddy’s birthplace Meensel-Kiezegem, and have a drink there in the Café Boerenhof pub.



Wake up in Antwerp, a city that combines hip ambiance with gorgeous historical surroundings, and head over to the Grote Markt for the start of the Ronde van Vlaanderen. Pay a visit to the cool bike store Velodome and have lunch in De Pelgrim. City Brewery De Koninck is just across the street. Go and watch the race in Café Mombasa, a bar with lots of Belgian beers on the menu.



Wake up in room 11 of Hotel Malpertuus and feel like a winner. Ride one of the hilly routes through Limburg. Stop for a cycling beer at cycling pub Café Coureur. Ride on the F1-circuit of Zolder in the early evening and end the day with diner at cycling café De Kriekel.

Discover the differences between Flanders’ five regions and find out why you should visit them!

Back To Plan Your Stay