Countryside bike tour Amsterdam

Mike’s Bike Countryside tour is great way to explore the Dutch landscape and see authentic windmills.

Booking information

On this fantastic countryside bike tour you’ll first bike through the city where you’ll get an explanation about the skinny bridge, crooked buildings and bike filled canals.  Then we cruise out to the beautiful countryside of Amstelland.

The majority of the tour is spent riding along the Amstel River beyond the edge of town and through the polder landscape with its rectilinear ditches and dikes. We’ll show you two of the few remaining authentic windmills and we visit an eccentric and entertaining Dutch farmer at his cheese farm/clog factory.  At the farm they will demonstrate the traditional art of making wooden shoes and famous Gouda cheese. Afterwards you’ll be able to have a look around in their little gift shop and taste some free samples of authentic Dutch cheese.


Amstel river

Polder landscape

Magerbrug aka Skinny bridge

Windmills; Riekermolen and de Zwaan

Rembrandts Remembrance statue

Rembrandt Hoeve Cheese and Clogs farm


  • The Countryside bike tour is suitable for people 13 years and older. A reasonable level of fitness, health and biking skill is necessary.

  • This guided city bike tour is 25 - 30 km long and lasts 4 - 4,5 hours. 

  • Group size: between 10 and 17 people in one group.

  • Cash and cards (Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, JCB, Diners and Discover) accepted in our shop, pre-purchase through the reservations system availablle with credit card.
  • We recommend booking your Countryside bike tour in advance but will still accept walk inns on the day of the bike tour (depending on guide availability). Please note that our bike tours often get sold out so to avoid any disappointment it's best to book in advance.

  • Lunch: feel free to pack a lunch and bring something to snack along the route or out at the cheese farm because while the farmer has cheese to eat the wooden shoes are not fun to nibble on unless you are a chipmunk.


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