Review B’TWIN 300 Handlebar bag (100)
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There was a time where handlebar bags weren’t cool. But like Bob Dylan says: the times are a-changing. With the increased popularity of long-distance cycling (and with that bikepacking), the handlebar bag isn’t just something for old folks anymore. On … Read More

Brighter days
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Although I love the different seasons, winter has always been a ordeal. In the beginning I love the winter: suffering in the pouring rain and getting tortured by the wind because there are no leafs to shelter. It always makes … Read More

Review Altum Designs Modual Tool System
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Derived from the wellknown crowdfunding website, the Modual Tool received plenty of backing in a month’s time. Now, it’s readily available via where the Modual Tool System (MTS) and the Modual Tool Roll (MTR) are sold separately or … Read More

Ready to bliss
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When I started cycling, I couldn’t understand why people paid up to 50 euro’s per tyre. I always bought cheap rigid tyres until a friend let me try a pair of Challenge Criterium folding tyres on my road bike. A … Read More

The Flandrien feeling
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When I looked at the weather forecast for the next day, I saw the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute predicted heavy rainfall. When I read the warning for strong wind, I knew I was going to ride the next day. The … Read More

Dream bike
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You all might know that famous quote by Lao-Tzu: “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”. Well it not only applies to journey’s, something similar goes for building bikes. For those of you who have no … Read More

#NewKitYear at stolen goat
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Our friends at stolen goat updated their cycling clothing line for 2017. All garments now file under the Core range or the Limited Edition range.

Gravel grinding
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Gravel grinding is becoming more and more popular these days. The big cycling brands also noticed that and they’re all trying to get a piece of the pie. They’ve come up with different kind of bikes, but all called gravel … Read More

Mid Winter Gravel
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It was December 2016 when I invited members of to join me on a mid winter gravel ride around my hometown in January.

Memory lane #3: Zwolle
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After days of snow there finally was a dry day. I was supposed to be studying that day, because my exams were coming up. But how could I? The first crit races weren’t far away, and due to the weather … Read More

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