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Upcoming cycling tours

On Saturday 21 May, the fourth provincial climate tour will take place! 

With routes along a number of sustainable projects in North Holland, there is something for every type of cyclist. 

Will you cycle the climate tours in all 12 provinces this year?

On Sunday 19 June, we cycle the Belgian Climate Classic of over 200 kilometres.

A trip along the coastline that is created in Belgium when the sea level rises too far. With a start in Ypres, stops in Bruges and Ghent and a legendary welcome on the Grote Markt in Antwerp. You want to be there! Read more.

On Monday 20 June, a group of well-known and less well-known cycling and sustainability enthusiasts will cycle almost 400 kilometres (or 125 or 250km). 

A trip along the coastline that is created in the Netherlands when the sea level rises too far. A coastline that, as far as Cycling 4 Climate is concerned, may never become a reality. Read more about it

Cycling 4 Climate organises cycling events to raise awareness about the climate crisis and to get people moving in a fun way.

On 19 and 20 June we cycle the Climate Classic in the Netherlands and Belgium. Sign up and order your own Cycling 4 Climate cycling outfit in the shop!

Climate Classic 2021 aftermovie

Video production: metMotion in collaboration with Cinedoc & Drone chiefs

Past events

22 June 2020: Climate Classic

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On 22 June 2020, we cycled with a group of 30 known and less known cycling and sustainability enthusiasts almost 400 kilometres along the imaginary new coastline. A coastline that, as far as Cycling 4 Climate is concerned, should never become reality. 

24 August 2019: Spinning Challenge

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On 24 August 2019, 30 spinning bikes were on the Neude during the sporting event for sustainability: Cycling 4 Climate. Almost 200 cyclists worked up a sweat to jointly generate 14.7 kWh; enough to power an average household for 1.5 days.

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The Cycling 4 Climate team

Chantal Farmer
Teacher & cycling enthusiast
Jasper the tree
Communication hero
Joost Brinkman
Master craftsman
Lennert Goemans
Project manager - Ministry of Economic Affairs
Maarten Tjallingii
Cycling mayor & former professional cyclist
marcel beukeboom
climate envoy to the Netherlands
Marianne van Leeuwen
marianne van leeuwen
Entrepreneur & board member KNWU
Michel Schuurman
Michel SChuurman
Director Economics MVO NL
Paul van Dam
mileage enthusiast
Petra Dijkman
Trailblazer & former professional cyclist
Piet Briët
Samuel Beltman
Sebastian Ferfers
Willem van der Salmon
Social Media King