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Master the art of...cycling!

01 June 2012
International student gets her bike
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ESN-Groningen is offering a free cycling course to international students on the 10th of September. This course is a great way to learn about the Dutch traffic rules and enhance your basic riding skills.

To the Dutch, cycling is almost second nature. The Netherlands has 20 million bicycles for about 17 million people. So it's not surprising that us Dutchies get along fine in our busy bike-ridden traffic. For international students, however, it can be quite a challenge!

Be safer, sign up!

You can sign up for this course by sending an email to integration@esn-groningen.nl . Please mention your name and surname and the emailadress on which you would like to receive more information. It's good if you can bring a bike to the course, however, if you do not have a bike yet, this will not be a problem.

So if you wish to increase your mobility and experience the true Dutch way of transportation in a safe way, sign up now!

 

 

 

Last modified:04 July 2014 9.32 p.m.

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