Belgian Cycling Culture

Last Updated: 16/05/2022 | Posted by: Chrisychoi
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Every Saturday, from February 19, 2022 until February 27, 2022
Venue Name
Building 7, 890 Hengshan Lu, by Tianping Lu

The new exhibition “Belgian Cycling Culture in Flanders” offers an introduction to the home and racing culture of the most famous cyclists in the world. Discover the home of the tough races that have made athletes like Van Aert, Van Avermaet or Eddy Merckx famous worldwide. 

CLUB100 will offer cycling enthusiasts information on cycling routes and activities. Mr. Zou Cheng, its founder and a well-known cycling commentator in China, will present insights to the Flanders Cycling culture to guests. Having experienced the pure excitement of bicycle races in Flanders, he will enthrall with his stories and tips on experiencing some of the best Belgium has to offer.

Attendees will be invited to join on cycling tours through Shanghai. Tours will focus on three different topics: Shanghai Film location (i.e. “爱情神话”, “B for Busy”), exploring the lower reaches of the Suzhou River and a tour of disappearing Shikumen building lanes.

Mulled Beer and Cuvée WATOU ROUGE beer, one of the best among the more than 3,000 beers from Belgium, will be offered.

This event is hosted in cooperation with VISITFLANDERS and CLUB100
FEB 12 at 14:00PM incl Shanghai Film Location Cycling Tour (i.e. “爱情神话”, “B for Busy”)
FEB 19 at 17:30PM incl Lower Suzhou River Reaches Cycling Tour 
FEB 27 at 14:00PM incl Disappearing Shikumen Lane Cycling Tour

Location: TSUBO, Building 7, 890 Hengshan Road, Shanghai

To participate, please bring your own bicycle with you to the event.

Map of Tsubo

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