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Old 03-03-11, 03:48 PM   #1
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Free visit to the Roeselare Cycling Museum (Belgium)

Only on Sunday, March 6th and September 11th!

At both days the Cycling Museum in Roeselare can be visited for free. At the same days, 17 other museums in nearby villages and cities such as Moen, Anzegem, Deerlijk, Wervik, Kortrijk, Harelbeke, Waregem, Machelen, Menen and Izegem don't charge entrance fees!



http://www.wielermuseum.be/en/home/
http://www.uitinregiokortrijk.be/musea

Explore the region of the river Lys (Leie) and get on your bike as old railway tracks and towpaths along canals and rivers connect most of these villages and towns in the western part of Flanders:

Ghent-Deinze-Waregem-Kortrijk-Menen-Wervik
Oudenaarde-Kluisbergen-Moen-Dottenijs
Roeselare-Menen
Kortrijk-Zwevegem-Moen-Bossuit
Ooigem-Izegem-Roeselare

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Old 03-16-11, 04:48 AM   #2
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Thanks tons.. I gotta go there.. Looks fascinating.
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