Cyclo-Cross in Belgium

So you’ve got a few races under your belt and you’re feeling pretty good – don’t let your season end after Nationals. Come to Belgium and keep your season going. Your form will still be hot so why not get
some extra racing in.

Maybe you’re thinking of competing in the Masters World Cyclo-Cross championships in Mol? Maybe you need a few extra UCI points to make it onto the elite World’s team? No better place to get the experience and points you need than in Belgium during December and January.

Are you convinced? Perfect. Now all you need is a place to stay. Well, keep reading:

House located in Blauberg, Belgium – excellent location in the heart of the Belgian cross scene (just ask Sven Nys and Niels Albert who live nearby). Lots of great training roads and trails. Easy drives to all the races – furthest we drove last year was 90 minutes.
House has all the amenities a bike racer needs – huge garage (lots of room to clean and work on your bike), laundry facilities, large kitchen, comfy living room for relaxing and rehashing races.
Sleeping arrangements are two to a room. House sleeps six.
Self-service house – just like being at home.
Grocery store next door. Bakery down the street.
Tuesday and Thursday group rides of 100 plus riders – route goes right past the house.

You will need to arrange your own transportation. There will be people with cars but, transportation cannot be guaranteed.

This is a great opportunity for masters and elite racers interested in getting some additional ‘cross races in once the domestic season has ended. Length of stay is flexible – come for a week or two or even a
month.

Come and stay in Blauberg. Race cyclo-cross. Meet racers from all over the world. Get muddy. Have fun.

Imagine the stories you can tell your buddies.

For house location details, follow this link:
http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?formtype=address&country=BE&addtohistory=&a\
ddress=&city=Blauwberg&zipcode=

For more details, email me.

I stayed at this house for two previous trips to Belgium. We’ll be staying here again this winter.

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