Deurne Baarle Nassau Deurne
Orignal route by MTC-Zeilberg
Published: 20/04/2019
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This tour starts at the fixed collection location in Deurne at Esso station 't Zandbos, and the end point is as always at a 1-day TT at' t Vertierke in Zeilberg (Deurne). This ride was the 1st Tour on the MTC-Zeilberg Tour Calendar. Departure at 9:30 am towards the Postelse Heide, where the 1st stop is planned at D'n Herberg. After coffee it goes via a piece of Belgium and Baarle-Nassau to the lunch location in Biest-Houthakker. After lunch we continue to wind through the Brabant countryside towards our fixed end point, namely 't-Vertierke in Zeilberg, where the ride is concluded while enjoying a cup of coffee. The 1st 196 kilometers of the planned 8000 of 2019 are a fact.

Because I have not driven this route (yet), this route receives a 4-star rating!

Route details:
rp 16 - Coffee stop at D'n Herberg
rp 28 - Forellenvijver De Biestse Oevers lunch location
rp 16, koffiestop bij D'n Herberg
rp 28 Lunchstop bij de Biestse-Oevers
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