Netherlands is famous for their cycling culture, the Dutch have built a vast network of cycling paths. There are over 40.000 km (25.000 miles) of bicycle roads and paths in Holland. These are clearly marked, have smooth surfaces, separate signs and lights for those on two wheels, and wide enough to allow side-by-side cycling and overtaking. On shared space streets you will see signs that prioritises cycling over motor traffic. Cycle paths follow rivers, cross parks and villages, they even take you right into the tulip fields.

The sign reads "Bike Street. Cars are guests"

The sign reads “Bike Street. Cars are guests”

Want to join the Dutch on their cycling tracks? You can either bring your own bikes, rent a bike or join cycling tours.

Rent a bike at :

http://www.icycleholland.com/ : They have a fleet of Trek bikes, and they even help you to plan an itinerary for you according to your requirements and load the routes on the GPS device that you are going to use.

http://www.macbike.nl/

Some of the bike tour websites are :
http://www.viator.com