Flanders is the the home of of cycle racing. Our undulating landscape with its demanding hill and cobbles forms the backdrop for our Flemish spring classics. These races have always been highlights of the cycling season since forever. Cycling culture lives in our blood and cycling heritage in our hearts. Flanders lives and breathes for cycle racing. Breathe along with us.
Flanders for Flandriens
Tour of Flanders - Red Loop
Tour all the best points of the Tour of Flanders. This route passes through the Flemish Ardennes to arrive at the mythical Muur van Geraardsbergen. If you make it up this cobbled climb with its gradients of up to 20%, an iconic little chapel awaits you at the summit. A good place to muster the faith you need to take on other classic climbs such as the Berendries and Bosberg.
Relive the 2021 World Championships
What’s the best location for the 100th edition of the World Cycling Championship? Flanders, of course. The centenary was accompanied by massive public festivities. This route allows you to relive that experience. Imagine yourself back at the 2021 World Cup as you pedal through the beautiful area around Leuven, the short but nasty Moskesstraat and Overijse’s famous S-bend …
Ghent-Wevelgem - In Flanders Fields
There are few cycling sprints more challenging. This route will prove it. It starts at the legendary Kemmelberg and then proceeds along the Franco-Belgian border. Those who are Flandriens in their souls get a chance to take on the cobbles, plugstreets, nasty hills and headwinds in and around Flanders Fields.
Eddy Merckx Route
Eddy Merckx, cycling’s one true GOAT (Greatest Of All Time) and a Belgian hero forevermore. This route starts in Meensel where Eddy was born and proceeds along the roads where he first trained as a youth. Sacred ground, in other words.