A collection of scenic routes that explore the countryside around Brussels. These routes are 90 to 100km average and are well suited for lone riders and groups riding at an average pace. The roads are mostly paved with some routes taking short sections of gravel. They are designed to be ridden on a road bike.
Route Distance Elevation Direction Download
BBB Racing Puncheur 79km 840m E Download
Beauvechain 87km 760m E Download
Oud Heverlee 87km 900m E Download
Wavre Bierbeek 90km 800m E Download
Tubize Braine le Comte 92km 850m SW Download
Gooik 92km 750m SW Download
Pajottenland 94km 650m W Download
UCI Worlds Leuven 95km 900m E Download
Emile Daems Classic 95km 880m W Download
Bosweg 95km 600m NW Download
Muur Bosberg Congoberg 96km 850m W Download
Fleche brabanconne 96km 887m E Download
Willebroeck 97km 280m N Download
Villers la Ville 97km 1050m SE Download
Perwez 98km 870m SE Download
Deux Acrens short 98km 760m SW Download
Mechelen 99km 400m NE-N Download
Hoegaarden 101km 900m SE Download
Holstheide 103km 860m SE Download
Hoegaarden LLN 103km 840m SE Download
Deux Acrens 107km 750m SW Download
Leuven Mechelen 114km 400m NE-N Download


Those routes are suggestions by BBB. You can ride it whenever you want, on an individual basis or in a group. BBB cannot be held responsible for any problems occurring during the ride. 

To Mechelen (99km, 400D+)

Any ride out towards the flatlands and waterways around Mechelan see the ‘rouleurs’, or just those with a healthy appetite, come to the fore. Particularly beautiful on a crisp winter’s morning when the low sun spreads its rays across the endless horizon, these flatlands can be equally unforgiving when the wind gets up, forming the perfect training ground for many local professionals. Watch out for passing cyclists as we speed along the toe-paths, including Leuven’s Milan – San Remo hero Jasper Styven.

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