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The members of student’s mountainbike and cycling association Dutch Mountains in Maastricht are in for sports and a sociable time. Cycling and mountainbiking is possible on any level, from starter who never rode on a racing- or mountainbike before to experienced competitive riders with a license. Besides sports, there is also more than enough time to be sociable. We have monthly activities, three member’s weekend a year and more than enough fun in between.
Dutch mountains - studenten mountainbiken en wielrennen in limburg

Training week Spain

Last Saturday, a group members of Squadra Veloce and Dutch Mountains returned to the chilly Netherlands after a beautiful and fun training week in the South of Spain.

The necessary kilometers were made on the climbs of Andalucía in order to get ready for next season. Of course there was also enough time to relax in the sun, to eat some tapas and to test the temperature of the sea. It was a week full of cycling and chatter, and we are already looking forward to next year!

New Year’s Dinner

On Thursday January 18th a large group of members and classics of Dutch Mountains gathered at De Haselderhof in Valkenburg for the annual New Year’s Dinner. Everyone was dressed up in fancy dresses and suits to enjoy a delicious three course menu and a good glass of wine. We would like to thank De Haselderhof for the lovely evening!

DM Serious Tour

Last Saturday DM held their annually Serious Tour. This year Serious Request was held in Apeldoorn and 14 brave cyclists from DM were going to ride from Maastricht to Apeldoorn. The cyclists left at 7.45 AM in front of the building of UMsports. Behind the cyclists Merel and Maud rode in the club car (Polly) to ensure a safe trip.

Despite the many flat tires (nine in total), the group had a nice pace and the trip was going well. After 140 km it was time for a well-deserved lunch in Nijmegen. Finally, the group reached Apeldoorn at 6 PM after they rode 190 km.

DM collected with the Serious Tour an amount of €1145,- for the Red Cross! We want to thank everyone who contributed to make this happen!