Greetings (para)cycling superstar!

Welcome to gcoureur!

In Belgium, home of cycling, they call a paracyclist “G-wielrenner”. That explains the “G” in

In 1995 I suffered a plexus lesion as a result of a traffic accident. Because I could find little information at the time regarding adjustments to my bicycle and as a fanatic cyclist I have now gained quite a bit of experience, I would like to share this with you. Feel free to ask questions, maybe I can help you further! And be sure to check out the webshop with cool stuff. Because I am a member of – Cycling for War Child, I donate €5 to War Child Netherlands for every item sold!

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Paracycling solutions


  • Gravel – Antitankgracht (anti-tank canal)
    This fabolous gravelride starts in Baarle-Hertog (B) / Baarle-Nassau (NL) this unique village is worldwide known because it’s part Belgium and part Dutch. Some of the shops and houses litteraly are located part in Belgium and part in The Netherlands. There are 22 Baarle-Hertog exclaves in Baarle-Nassau and 8 Baarle-Nassau exclaves in Baarle-Hertog. A number… Read more: Gravel – Antitankgracht (anti-tank canal)
  • BKRS Unbound (NL)
    In the province “North-Holland” in The Netherlands, you can’t find much gravel. But this route is really worth the ride and became one of my favorite gravel rides in The Netherlands. Beautiful coast sceneries and some endless perfect gravel roads is what to expect. You even ride along the “Waddenzee” which is on the Unesco… Read more: BKRS Unbound (NL)