rondrit Moere SaintOmer x Doeverentreffen 2009
Published: 04/10/2017
Rustige wegen ...
In 2009 it is the 2nd edition of this annual meeting.
The motorcyclists of the Flemish Coast are always happy with a ride in this region, many opportunities are not on our coast, in the sea you can not drive. The route got 3 and half stars, nice with us but not comparable with eg the Ardennes.

The route is on quiet Flemish and "French-Flemish" roads, in the direction of northern France.
Quiet villages with nice names, hopping along the road and on this route in this region history is never far away.
If you feel like it, take the exit RP 20 and you can visit the remains of the "Ancienne Abbaye Cistercienne" from 1140.
There are plenty of nice lunch places in Saint-Omer (RP 24 - 25), nice restaurants with terraces that give a view of the parking space for your motorcycle.
Hoppeteelt langs de wegen
De geschiedenis is nooit ver weg in deze streek
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