rondrit Moere Wulverdinghe x Doeverentreffen 2014 kort
Published: 04/10/2017
Grotendeels landelijke wegen ...
The motorcyclists on the Flemish Coast are always happy with a ride from the Doeverentreffen. There are not many possibilities on our coast because you can not drive in the sea. This annual meeting is always a great success.
This is the short track of 2014, 186 km along mainly quiet Flemish and "French-Flemish" roads, towards Northern France and back. The route got me 3 and half stars, here on our side this is a nice route, not comparable with the other side of our country, but we do it with what we have here. Pay attention to gravel, soil and other pollution on these small roads often. The link for the long route can be found below.

Past RP 15, Porte de Dunkerque and coffee shop La Taverne Vaubin
RP 34 Massacre de Wormhout, reconstructed barn at La Plaine au Bois in memory of the deceased soldiers
RP 43 Westpoort and Ceasarboom in Lo
RP 46 Museum on the Ijzer
Porte de Dunkerque met gezellige koffiestop in La Taverne Vauban, parking overkant.
RP 34 Herdenkingsplaats La Plaine au Bois, Massacre de Wormhout
Useful links:
Massacre de Wormhout RP 34
Westpoort en Ceasarboom RP 43
Museum aan de Ijzer RP 46
Doeverentreffen 2014 lang

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