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Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

17 January 2023

Amsterdam to crack down on speedy e-bikes

Electric bicycles have become more and more popular over the past few years, demand having especially ramping up during the pandemic. People turned to e-bikes to […]
13 January 2023

Could space-age tires make punctures a thing of the past?

Cyclists could soon find themselves with the option to choose spaceworthy tires claimed to eliminate the risk of getting a puncture. Two tires made with the […]
27 December 2022

British couple cycles the world on a tandem bicycle in 6 months

A British couple is applying for Guinness World Record certification after having cycled across five continents in 180 days. Laura Massey-Pugh and Stevie Massey are the […]
26 December 2022

Flanders exceeds goal of 1,000 km of new cycle paths

Flanders’ Copenhagen Plan had a goal of deploying 1,000 kilometers of additional bicycle paths but that number has been surpassed. The Flemish government had originally set […]
23 December 2022

Flanders overtakes European countries in cycling infrastructure investment in 2022

The European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) has just published the 2022 edition of the “The state of national cycling strategies” report, providing a comprehensive overview of the status of national […]
30 November 2022

French fans cycled from France to Qatar to watch the World Cup

Two French fans traveled from France to Qatar to watch their team play at the World Cup. Mehdi Balamissa and Gabriel Martin cycled about 7,000 kilometers […]
29 November 2022

What do Europeans think about using e-bikes?

There was a great uptake of e-bikes by European citizens during the high-peak of the pandemic yet concerns with the environment have also prompted Europeans to […]
24 November 2022

Over 400 organizations call on governments at COP27 to invest more in walking and cycling

Over 400 organisations from 73 countries signed the Partnership for Active Travel and Health (PATH) open letter calling on government and city leaders to invest more […]
11 November 2022

Why Ghent is a cyclist’s paradise this autumn

Ghent is a perfect illustration of Belgian cycling culture. As well as big (and slightly crazy) dates such as the centenary celebrations of the Six Days […]
12 October 2022

Italian brand Pinarello releases “world’s fastest” 3D-printed bicycle

Bolide F HR 3D is the new name of the bike developed by Pinarello that incorporates 3D printed parts. The Italian brand claims that it is […]
26 September 2022

Flanders to host World Cup gravel racing in 2024

Flanders will host the gravel racing world cup in 2024, following the success of last year’s road cycling world championship, namely the UCI Gravel World Series. […]
16 September 2022

Signposting system of Brussels’ new cycling node network inaugurated during Mobility Week

The signposting of the new cycling node network is being inaugurated during the launch of Mobility week in Brussels (from 16 to 22 September). By the […]
14 September 2022
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Discovering UNESCO’s 500 km route in Wallonia

Going on holiday with your bike is very 2022, if you ask us. It just feels like the right move in a time where we’re very […]
8 September 2022

Brussels to offer incentives for its residents to buy electric bikes

After unveiling new plans to reduce traffic in the city centre, Brussels continues to bet on measures to increase sustainable mobility. 1. Electric bikes Brussels announced […]
30 August 2022

France is paying car drivers €4,000 to switch to electric bikes

France is paying car drivers €4,000 to trade in their cars and switch to electric bikes to cut down on carbon emissions. In an effort to […]
29 August 2022

Brussels boosts plan to reduce road traffic from the historical centre

The plan is part of a growing political trend to move away from car-centric urban policy across Europe. 1. Good Move As part of the city’s […]
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