New virtual cycling routes! Explore Norway, France, and Germany

The Bike Labyrinth film team has been busy, and once again, we have 15 new cycling routes ready for you. This time, you can discover various new locations across Europe. Do you want to know more about these routes before you start cycling? Discover them here (and sneak a peek at the 15 bike rides you can experience from today on).

Quimper, France

Cycling through the streets of old Quimper is truly delightful. Half-timbered houses and jutting houses stand askew in various colors in the alleys, with the towering spires of the Saint-Corentin Cathedral above them. As you cycle over the footbridges across the Odet River, the route takes a surprising turn, and you suddenly find yourself in the midst of greenery. This route has a bit of everything. We could write much more about it, but this place is best experienced. The photo below will surely convince you to download the route right away.

Saint-Corentin Cathedral, Quimper, France


In the Netherlands, 100 participants cycled 500 km in 24 hours during the Coast-to-Coast event this July. They raised € 128,864 for the Nierstichting, a Dutch organization dedicated to kidney health. It was such a success that the Nierstichting wanted to make this cycling route available to everyone, leading to the creation of the Tour de Dialyse. In collaboration with Bike Labyrinth, 12 dialysis centers now also cycle the Coast-to-Coast, from Zoutkamp to Zoutelande. While cycling the routes you are surrounded by the participants that cycle with you. This gives you the real feeling of participating. From September 18 to 23, the centers cycled with Bike Labyrinth to support the Nierstichting. Will you also enjoy this special route?

15 new routes now on Bike Labyrinth:

  • Bokrijk, Belgium
  • Landschaftspark Duisburg, Germany
  • Mainz, Germany
  • Wuppertal, Germany
  • Mannheim, Germany
  • Japanese Garden Clingendael, Netherlands
  • Quimper, France
  • Deauville and Trouville-sur-Mer, France
  • Differdange, Luxembourg
  • Eischen, Luxembourg
  • Sluis, Netherlands
  • Stavoren, Netherlands
  • Utrecht Rainbow Cycle Path, Netherlands
  • Trolltunga, Norway
  • Coast-to-coast, Netherlands

Downloading routes

Haven’t downloaded a route before? We’ll walk you through it. Go to your Bike Labyrinth and make sure you have a mouse connected. Go to Settings by clicking on the gear icon in the top right corner of the screen. Make sure you have the latest version of Bike Labyrinth before you start downloading new routes. You can find your current version on the bottom right. Don’t have version 4.5.0d? Update by clicking on Update. On this page you can also check if you are connected to the internet. Still offline? Connect Bike Labyrinth to the internet first.. Once your Bike Labyrinth is online you can click on the button Check for update. If an update is needed you can now click on Install update. Now you can download new routes without a worry.

Continue downloading routes by returning to Settings. Next, click on Downloads. If your Bike Labyrinth is online you will see an overview of routes that are available for download. Need a bit more help? Check our instruction video with subs here..