Steam at the Bulbs

It has been a while, but now you can really enjoy the first ride of the year organised by Fred and Alexander on Sunday April 7th! Because the weekend at Waterloo, Belgium, in honour of the 50th anniversary of ABBA’s Waterloo, unfortunately did not get off well, there will now be another program. Our apologies for telling you this so late.

From 11 am we will be welcomed at a nice location in Valkenburg (ZH) with coffee/tea and cake.

Where are we going?

The ride will take us through the dune area towards Katwijk aan Zee, past bulb fields, where you can take beautiful pictures of your car among the colourful flowers! When the weather is nice, please be careful when you meet cyclists and other road users, because the roads will be quite busy. Ultimately we will end up at a restaurant in Vogelenzang around 5:30 PM for a drink and a nice chat.

Will there be dinner?

For those wanting to stay for dinner, there is a three-course menu that will start at around 6:30 PM.

The three-course menu will cost € 34.50 per person and will consists of:

– Pumpkin soup
– Carpaccio tenderloin

Main dish
– Pork tenderloin satay
– Pollack fillet with prawn croquettes and grilled vegetables
– Goat cheese salad
– Vegan truffle pasta

– Dame Blanche


Oh yeah! If you like challenges, you can also participate in a puzzle during the ride with nice, small prizes that will be awarded at the end of the ride at the  restaurant.

Of course, dogs are welcome, provided they are trained and kept on a leash.

The amount per member is €21 per person. NB! This includes access to the Steam Tram, the museum and coffee/tea with cake. Guests pay €24 per person.

Interested? Then please register

Registering was no later than Sunday, March 31.

We hope to welcome you in large numbers on this first ride of the year!

The GCCC excludes any form of damage whatsoever. Photos and videos are also taken during the ride. If you do not appreciate this, you are responsible for this by kindly asking the photographer or videographer not to take images of you or your car (license plate). The photos and videos are generally shared on personal Facebook and Instagram pages of individual participants and the GCCC Facebook page.