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Cycle map of Antwerp

Excellent elevated route through Antwerpen-Berchem station and covered cycle parking

Route sign on Route F1 south of Antwerp

Route F1 (to the left) south of Antwerp

Route F1 beside the railway south of Antwerp

Busy stretch of Route F1 where it crosses to the other side of the railway in Oude God

Route F1 south of Antwerp

Route F1 indicator south of Antwerpen-Berchem station

Excellent elevated route through Antwerpen-Berchem station

Route F1 south from Antwerpen-Berchem station

Excellent elevated route through Antwerpen-Berchem station

Crossing to route F1, Antwerp

Wait! light on route F1 south of Antwerpen-Centraal station

Route F1 past Antwerpen-Centraal station

New tramlines, Antwerp

Cycles brought indoors at a meeting.

Cycleway, Antwerp

Cycle-sharing station in Antwerp

The Sint-Anna tunnel, Antwerp

It's routine to take bikes on the escalators to Sint-Anna tunnel, Antwerp - the trick is to turn the front wheel 90 degrees.

Waterfront route, Antwerp

Shared-use cycleways and crossing, Antwerp

Lots of cyclists at this café, Antwerp

Bike-sharing station, Antwerp

Lakeside route on the edge of Antwerp

Entering Antwerp

Crossing of tram lines, Antwerp

Cyclists on the escalators to the Sint-Anna tunnel, Antwerp - the trick is to turn your front wheel 90 degrees. And yes, some cyclists in Belgium and the Netherlands do wear helmets.

In the modern extension to Antwerp Centraal station - it's totally normal to take your bike on an escalator in Belgium.

At some point stone wheeling channels were added to the grand stairs in Antwerp Centraal, one of the world's most magnificent railway stations.

This is how Antwerp does temporary extra cycle parking for events. Sticker reads: "Watch out, cyclist! This cycle-parking is temporary and will be removed after the event" Here seen on the Waalsekaai, Antwerp (24.9.17)

A simple real time information system showing where the trams are on the line in Antwerp.

A row of covered cycle sheds west of Antwerpen Centraal station.

A lot of covered cycle stands west of Antwerpen Centraal station.

Cycle access from the north to Antwerp's fine new Museum aan der Strom.

Cross-shaped bike racks, Antwerp.

Cyclist in the (unsigned) lift to the foot/cycle tunnel under the River Scheldt.

No Entry Except Cycles to the foot/cycle tunnel under the River Scheldt.

A simple zebra crossing, all that's needed to reach Antwerp's riverside cycle route.

Signage on Antwerp's riverside cycle route

Antwerp's riverside cycle route crossing a car park entry - lights seem to be green for cyclists unless a car needs to cross.

A single line of Sheffield stands at Antwerp's Museum of Contemporary Art.

Nicely remodelled road junction, but there should be cycle stands, not to mention benches and trees!

There's two-way cycling on the service road, plus an off-road cycle track.

Alternativement arrangements for cyclists at roadworks

Major underground cycle park at Antwerpen Centraal station (built as part of the construction of through platforms for high-speed trains).

Riverside cycle route in Antwerp.

Cycle crossing and signage, Antwerp

Ramped railway underpass, Antwerp

Cycle parking across the road from a bus interchange, Antwerp

No entry except buses and bikes - Antwerp, Belgium

Riding along the walking and cycling tunnel under the big river in Antwerp.

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