Three nice routes for summer
Especially for VeloScout enthusiasts!
It is holiday season, we are in the middle of the season and the weather is beautiful. It's high time to drive a new route again. We have tried three new routes and mapped out a few things for you so that you can get on your road bike without any worries. Download these routes easily and quickly on your bicycle navigation or use the Komoot app for your mobile. This way you don't have to constantly search for the right route and you can enjoy it to the fullest!
Accelera | Round Markermeer
This is not a round for beginners but for people who have been racing for a long time. This long trip is perfect for the holiday season and takes you through a versatile and beautiful landscape. Keep in mind that you will be on the bike for five to six hours. So take enough food with you, stop occasionally for water and don't forget to bring spare tires. Tip: check the wind in advance, ideally you will have it with you on the way back.
Accelera | Round Ruiterberg from Utrecht
Deviate from your standard tour for once and discover what else the Utrecht area has to offer. A fun and varied tour that is also doable for the less fanatical cyclist. Looking for more challenge? Pick up the pace and put your legs to the test on the beautiful straights. Please note, as soon as autumn starts there can be a lot of leaves on the road surface.
Accelera | Tour of Walcheren
What does this circle not have. A forest, beach, canals and beautiful cities. Enjoy your cycling route in Zeeland to the maximum and also pass the most beautiful highlights. This round is ideal if you are on holiday in Zeeland. We cycled several rounds in Zeeland, but this one jumped head and shoulders above it! Tip: lunch on the square in Middelburg or eat fresh fish on the boulevard in Vlissingen.
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Top routes Acelera en VeloScout!! Keep up the good work! Stefan