Ghent cycle race is revamped18.02.2010
People taking ferries to france are close to a cycling event which has benefited from a revamped course, according to one website, which thinks this year"s competition should be excellent.
Cycling Weekly stated that the Ghent to Wevelgem race, which is part of the Cobble Classics competition, will have 16 grueling hills for riders to tackle this year.
"Starting in Deinze and heading north towards the Belgian coast as per usual, the course then goes east into the punchy Flandrian hills and briefly over the border into France," it reported.
The website added that the Kemmelberg remains the race"s centerpiece climb and pushes riders to their limits, which could entertain people taking ferries to France.
In other news, the Daily Mail recently reported that Cologne and Berlin have markets which are packed with different features for vacationers to enjoy and explore.
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