Ride & Watch
A concept whereby the classic or championship ridden that day, will be simulated in the area of Café Coureur or even visited during the ride that day
€15 - So, what's in it for you?
Our guides will take you to amazing places in the naberhood, refering to the real deal, like the "Poggio", "Cauberg", "Circuito di Imola", ... inclusive guidence, a coffee before the start, Roubaix Showers after the ride and a tastefull Coureurke, our private label beer.
Circuito di Imola
All races start and finish on the F1 circuit, but that doesn't mean it will be an easy race. The men's road race will be just under 260 km long and has almost 5,000 altimeters.
After the turning point in Bastogne follows the steep Côte de Saint-Roch in Houffalize. This marks the start of the final with the Wanne, the Stockeu and La Redoute as the most imaginative slopes.
Amstel Gold Race
The Amstel Gold Race is a race of twists and turns, in which many South Limburg hills have to be climbed, sometimes more than once. Some of the most important slopes are the Cauberg, Keutenberg and the Eyserbosweg.
Ronde van Vlaanderen
After a relatively flat start, the course winds through the Flemish Ardennes towards the finish line. Each time the riders have to cross some twenty kilometres of cobblestone strips and some fifteen to twenty climbes.
Carrefour de l'Arbre
The riders face 29 cobblestone strips, accounting for a total distance of 54.5 kilometres. Dust bites in dry weather. Or slip over the cobblestones in bad weather. Mons-en-Pévèle. Carrefour de l'Arbre. Trouée d'Arenberg. Just some names of cobblestone strips.