Retro cycling

Bon Tour and Johan Museeuw submerge you in a retro cycling experience in and around Oudenaarde. You ride in the presence of “the Lion of Flanders” in the epicenter of cycling, host to the most mythical of all classic races: the Tour of Flanders. Discover together with Johan Museeuw the hillsides and cobblestones of this great classic in retro outfit and on a 70’s racing bike.


Bon Tour offers retro rides as a teambuilding for companies, organizations and to all who believe they are a little bit Flandrien.


Bon Tour always takes into account the diversity of the whole group. Above all it is the experience that counts over the number of miles.
All tours are guided by the professionals of GuideOn Flanders. These experienced cyclists make sure the tours are tailor made, safe and that each Flandrien can keep up with the peloton.
To make it complete, the Bon Tour support car is always nearby during the whole tour for assistance and guidance.

Small Appetite Journey
duration: +/- 2h30
distance: 35km
altitude meters: 450 meter
highlights: Koppenberg en Kwaremont

Flandrien with Big Appetite
duration: +/- 3h45
distance: 50 km
altitude meters: 750 meter
highlights: Koppenberg, Kwaremont, Taaienberg, Kaperij and Zeelstraat


Start and finsh at Ronde Van Vlaanderen centre in Oudenaarde.
Bon Tour provides a retro outfit and a 70’s 80’s racing bike for the day aswell as a Bon Tour Cap and drinking bottle. Along the way we take care of the necessary supplies so you do not have to be afraid of hunger and thirst. Vive le vélo!

Info & Reservations

Check our calendar for available dates. For reservations or price offers please use our form.


    Not being a top athlete or fanatic cyclist I do wanted to experience part of the Tour of Flanders. The cobble stones, heroic climbs, retro bikes and outfit all contributed to this exceptional experience. Excellent team building activity or day out for passionates.

    Sebastien Luyckx (DHL Parcel)

    Wonderful bike experience in the Flemish Ardennes and top guidance. Who wouldn’t feel like a Flandrien on a 40-year-old bike?

    Mario Wynants