The Flemish tenacity for cycling inspired the English to invent much of today’s cycling lingo.
Why are the Dutch so crazy about cycling? We tell you all about it in this episode of The Low Countries Radio.
The Dutch haven’t always been so mad about bikes. That close bond with cycling crept in quietly.
Most people assume the sensible Dutch have always cycled. But the story is more complicated.
While cycling and snarling, linguist Fieke van der Gucht might spur a change in language.
In a country with five billion trips by bicycle a year, special roundabouts are no luxury. No wonder the Dutch make roundabouts look like design masterpieces. And now they are spreading to progressive cities around the world.
The Dutch are riding their bikes everywhere, always and in any weather. Even when they have to battle against gale-force winds.
The Dutch artist and cycle activist Mapije de Wit encourages her fellow cyclists to sing while cycling.
Our best society stories of 2019, handpicked by the editor.
Flanders has been synonymous with bicycle racing for many years, but is cycling truly ‘ours’, as one popular Flemish newspaper keeps claiming?
Fifty years ago, Eddy Merckx won his first Tour de France, a few moments later the first man set foot on the moon.
Nowhere is the Gender Pay Gap as strongly present as in professional football and cycling. Hind Fraihi states its about time the gap gets closed.