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  1. BE | Recreational cycle route
    | 21.3 km | EN, NL, FR

    This recreational cycle route allows you to discover the ear forests in the SE part of the Brussels Region while cycling. These forests are better known as the Sonian Forest. The cycle route runs along the BXL.NODE cycle network and a part along the cycle junction network of Flemish Brabant.

  2. TH | Cycle route
    | 74.6 km | EN

    This 75 Km bicycle track brings you from Ongkharak in Nakhon Nayok Province to the City of Ayutthaya over Nong Suea and Khlong Luang districts of Pathumthani Province and Wang Noi, Uthai, and Phai Ling districts of Ayutthaya Province.
     
    This track is part of the Tour de Nakhon Nayok, the Grand Tour de Eastern Thailand, and the Si Mahosot Junket. It will take about 4 to 5 hours depending on the weather conditions and your physical fitness. Points of Interest are mainly for reference.


    Tips and Warnings
     
    Be cautious as traffic is sometimes chaotic and dangerous. Motor vehicles often fail to see cyclists and pedestrians, so you must closely watch out for them. Motorcycles are a common cause of local accidents. Dogs and potholes can also be dangerous, especially in remote areas.
     
    Be visible and wear yellow or orange colors. Use flashing rear bike lights during your bicycle trip. It is inadvisable to drive at night due to the lack of lighting.
     
    The weather can be very hot, so make sure to drink plenty of fluids and wear sunblock. Cover the body parts as much as possible and wear a bike helmet. Stay hydrated!
     
    Be sure to have a tire repair kit with you, as flat tires are common due to the badly maintained roads and the lack of bicycle paths.


    Who are we?
     
    Ayutthaya Biking Adventure, hereafter called ABA, consists of a small group of bikers with the aim to keep up the overall physical condition in a healthy environment.
     
     
    Disclaimer
     
    ABA will not be held liable for any loss or damage whatsoever regarding the suggested tracks. It is the responsibility of the user to take the necessary precautions to avoid any physical injury, traffic incident, animal attack, theft, and damage to equipment. Any reliance on the ABA's information is therefore strictly at its own risk. Read our full disclaimer on the website.


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  3. US | Cycle route
    | 40.9 km | EN
    The East Coast Greenway, or ECG, is a project to create a nearly 3,000-mile (4,800 km) urban path linking the major cities of the Atlantic coast of the United States, from Calais, Maine, to Key West, Florida, for non-motorized human transportation. It is similar in length and conception to the 12 routes of the EuroVelo project throughout Europe, and the Trans Canada Trail project in Canada. More info Inspired by OSM.
  4. NL | Hiking route
    | 19.7 km | EN

    vanwege het broedseizoen deze aangepaste route.

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  5. BE | Recreational cycle route
    | 21.8 km | EN, NL

    These recreational route let you discover the surprising western edge of Brussels. The route runs over the BXL.NODE bicycle network.

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Who says that the Netherlands are completely flat? The Dutch Mountain Trail proves otherwise! This may not be the longest, but it is the toughest walk in the Netherlands.

The Dutch Mountain Trail is a rough hike of 101 km that connects seven peaks or in mountain terms 'Seven Summits'. Thanks to the fast-flowing streams, the meadows, cliffs and spectacular views, the real mountain feeling is never far away. Nice bonus is that the walk goes from station to station and is therefore easy to reach. The route is not signposted, but there is a special booklet available at the tourist offices in South Limburg.

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