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Published on Mar 24, 2011
Utrecht's main cycle grid consists of wide cycle tracks in smooth red asphalt. But, as usual in the Netherlands, there is also a secondary cycle grid. A secondary cycling route can be a separate protected cycle track but also an on road cycle lane or even a shared service road. The surface can be bricks, concrete tiles or asphalt.
This video shows a route from the busy shopping centre of the city to a residential area in the north, in the former municipality of Zuilen.That became part of Utrecht in the 1950s.
The route is almost 4km (2.5 miles) the average speed is 20kph (12.5mph)