Network of cycling routes De Peel

The Peel has a cycling network of over 600 km. The cycling network The Peel consists of various cycling junctions, which you can connect to create your very own beautiful cycling route.

The Peel has a cycling network of over 600 km.
The cycling network The Peel consists of various cycling junctions, which you can connect to create your very own beautiful cycling route.
How does it work?
A cycling junction is a numbered intersection or fork in the network. They are connected through recreational cycling routes. The signposting on the routes can be recognized by the rectangular green and white signs with a number in a circle. Via the numbers on the signs, you can cycle from junction to junction. And that way, you can create your very own route(s). The network of cycling routes offers comfort and freedom. You decide the length and the direction; it's as simple as that!
Over 600 km of cycling fun
The network of cycling routes The Peel is made up of over 600 km of routes. The junction routes mostly pass through cycling paths and low-traffic roads. You can start anywhere in The Peel, for example Helmond, Deurne, Asten, Gemert-Bakel and Laarbeek. The network of cycling routes The Peel connects to the networks of Limburg and The Kempen, creating endless possibilities.
Themed routes
The network also has various themed routes. On these special routes, you will find out everything you ever wanted to know about the history of The Peel and the sights and nature along the way. Take for example the "Tour de Helmond". You will not only ride through beautiful greenery, but you will also discover the picturesque residential areas of the city, such as Brandevoort and Dierdonk, and quaint villages, such as Stiphout. You will discover just how green the immediate surroundings of Helmond really are and you will see all the highlights of the city.