In 1914 the Tour arrived in Evergem
In 1914 the second edition of the Tour of Flanders finished on the oval of Evergem near Ghent.
The winner was Marcel Buysse from Wontergem near Deinze.
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The Red Star Line Museum
The Red Star Line Museum, a museum about the famous Belgian shipping company in the harbor of Antwerp, opened on September 28, 2013. More than two million passengers travelled with the Red Star Line to the United States, among them Karel Van Wijnendaele and his Flandriens to participate the six day race of New York.
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32nd Karel Van Wijnendaele Trophy
The 32nd Karel Van Wijnendaele Trophy is organized in the sports hall of Latem-Deurle and the Centrum Ronde van Vlaanderen on Saturday September 7, 2013.
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100 year anniversary of the Ronde !
Exactly 100 years ago on Mai 25, 1913 the Tour of Flanders departed for the very first time.
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7th Retro Ronde 2013
On Saturday Mai 25, 2013 exactly 100 years after the first Tour of Flanders, the 7th Retro Ronde is organized by the Centrum Ronde van Vlaanderen.
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100 years after the world exhibition in Ghent
The departure and arrival of the first Tour of Flanders in Ghent in 1913 was not chosen by coincidence. During that year the World Exhibition was organized in Ghent from April 26 till October 3.
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