Discussion in 'Commuting' started by gazzaputt, 30 Jun 2008.

  1. gazzaputt

    gazzaputt New Member

    Bexley, Kent
    Just spent a weekend.

    Oh if us brits could take a leaf out of their book.

    Total cycling friendly.
  2. Mort

    Mort Interstellar Overalls

    Well it has the major advantages of being as flat as a pancake and the fact that Belgians don't regard cyclists as weird. But there are nutters there, like anywhere else.
  3. Regulator

    Regulator Scourge of stale, pale, male snowflakes.

    Bruges/Brugge is one of my favourite cities... as are Ghent and Kortrijk.

    The Belgians have cycling perfectly sussed, just like the Dutch.
  4. Disgruntled Goat

    Disgruntled Goat New Member

    But it's full of Belgians.
  5. Mort

    Mort Interstellar Overalls

    It's not actually, it's full of bloody tourists :smile: - Germans and Brits mainly
  6. dondare

    dondare Über Member

    I spent a few days in Bruges with my family and it was great. However, we had the car and no bikes and whereas that presented no problem during our stay, trying to find our hotel when we arrived proved impossible by car; and the day we left was a nightmare, as once again we couldn't get to the hotel and so had to drag the luggage through the streets, and then finding the correct road out took a lot of driving around and going the wrong way.
    One or two roads in town had bad traffic, consisting no doubt of frantic tourists as much as locals who knew where they were going.
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