rondrit Moere Blaringhem x Doeverentreffen 2017 kort
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, you can not drive in the sea. So we are always looking forward to this annual event with a short and long drive along the quiet Flemish and "French-Flemish" roads, in the direction of northern France.
This is the short route of 2017, 195 km. 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.
Below also the link of the long drive.

When we are already a lot on our return, we can visit RP 25 the "Bayernwald Trenches".
This unique German site is located between the villages Wijtschate and Voormezele near Ypres. Bayernwald is the German answer to alleged nearby tunneling efforts by the British. Bayernwald is a lifelike reconstruction with 300 meters of trenches. four bunkers and two mine shafts (40 meters deep and each nearly 300 meters long). It is accessible via a footpath that runs through the recovered network of trenches. A series of information panels with details about the events. The unique thing about Bayernwald is that it tells the history of the Battle of Wijtschate-Messines Ridge from a German perspective.
Bayernwald Trenches
On the road...
Useful links:
Bayernwald Trenches
Doeverentreffen 2017 lang

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Hainaut (, also US: , UK: , French: [ɛno]; Dutch: Henegouwen [ˈɦeːnəɣʌuə(n)] (listen); Walloon: Hinnot; Picard: Hénau), historically also known as Heynowes in English, is a province of Wallonia and Belgium. To its south lies the French department of Nord, while within Belgium it borders (clockwise from the North) on the Flemish provinces of West Flanders, East Flanders, Flemish Brabant and the Walloon provinces of Walloon Brabant and Namur. Its capital is Mons (Dutch Bergen) and the most populous city is Charleroi, the province's urban, economic and cultural hub, the financial capital of Hainaut and the fifth largest city in the country by population. Hainaut has an area of 3,831 km2 (1,479 sq mi) and as of January 2019 a population of 1,344,241.
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