Published on 16 October 2019 by Hilary Staples
More and more Dutch cities are looking for solutions to the growing number of parked bikes littering the streets. Managing modern and large bike parking facilities requires an innovative approach.
Published on 28 August 2019 by Hilary Staples
This September Holland remembers the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem. Visit the landmarks and find out more about this bit of WWII history on our Arnhem Airborne Cycle Route.
Published on 1 April 2019 by Hilary Staples
From 1 April 2019 the Afsluitdijk will be closed for cyclists for three years. A free bus service for cyclists and their bikes will be provided.
Published on 20 February 2019 by Hilary Staples
From 1 July 2019 it will be illegal to hold or operate a mobile phone - or any other mobile electronic device - while riding a bike.
Published on 13 November 2018 by Hilary Staples
How to cycle from Amsterdam to Haarlem - and back? Here is the most pleasant bike-friendly route.
Published on 5 September 2018 by Hilary Staples
In the coming years 200,000 more commuters are to use the bike - or bike combined with public transport - instead of the car. Secret weapon: the e-bike.
Published on 21 June 2018 by Hilary Staples
In 2018 a new cycle route has been launched: the Roman Limes Route. This 220 km-route takes you along the Dutch section of the 'Limes', the northern border of the Roman Empire.
Published on 17 May 2018 by Hilary Staples
In 2014 we followed the heated debate about how the e-bike affects safety on our busy cycle paths. Now, 4 years on, what changes do we see and have they made a difference? Find out in our series High speed on the cycle paths. Part 4: Have our cycle paths become any safer?
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» New book: Learn to cycle in Amsterdam
» Do share bikes have a future? Part 3
» Do share bikes have a future? Part 2
» Do share bikes have a future? Part 1
» World's largest bike parking facility now open
» Cycling against smog