Much interest for ANWB cycling assistance

  • Soort:Nieuws Fietsberaad
  • Datum:28-02-2013

The Dutch Tourist Board (ANWB)) roadside assistance for cyclists and motorcyclists is much in demand. Since the introduction of the service for two-wheelers this spring, 70,000 people have subscribed.


  • The roadside assistance programme for cyclists and riders of light weight motorcyclists of the Dutch Touring Club ANWB is much in demand. Since the introduction of this service for two-wheelers last spring, 70,000 people subscribed.

    The ANWB scouts had a special training to help stranded cyclists. They can provide on-the-spot assistance in 85 percent of all cases. In the remaining cases, cyclist and vehicle are brought somewhere else, such as to a bike repair shop.
    In the future the ANWB will also offer this service to youths aged 18 and under. Currently only people 18 and above can become a member of the ANWB. Trials show that many parents want their child to be helped when stranded with their bicycle or motorbike.

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