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Instagram top 10 September

Check out Amsterdam Cycle Chic’s top 10 Instagram pics of September.

1. Van Gogh’s Sunflowers

2. Birthday flowers delivery (AP Bloem)

3. Wedding guests

4. Doggy cycling

5. Super daddy

6. Super mummy

Super mummy after work #amsterdam #daycare #school #afterschool #afterwork #cyclechic #bikeams #bike #bici #kids #family #familytime

A photo posted by amsterdamcyclechic (@amsterdamcyclechic) on

7. Urban racing

8. Little girls will grow up

Little girls Will grow up #school #morningride #mother #daughter #family #bakfiets #cyclechic #bikeams #amsterdamcyclechic

A photo posted by amsterdamcyclechic (@amsterdamcyclechic) on

9. Super green

10. No chance to go incognito

Are you already following us on Instagram? You should, if you want to learn more about Amsterdam’s cycling culture and enjoy the diversity of cyclists and bikes in Amsterdam’s streets. Every month we will post the most liked Instagram shots here on our blog.

Hockey Sunday

Today was the perfect day for hockey. Amsterdamse Bos is a short bike-ride from the city centre of Amsterdam – and you are transported to another world when you reach there. Hockey season has been open for a few weeks now, and today we had summer back from just one day. Perfect weather for outdoor sports!





By Mel

Optimists vs Pessimists

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Summer’s last days

Rain every day and then one little pocket of sunshine… and it’s shorts and ponytails again.


Wired for sound

You hear a lot of people singing as they zip past you in Amsterdam. Some know the tunes from their head and others sport rather fashionable ears around town..your thoughts? Unsafe or just a cool way to get into the X-Factor?


By Mel

Instagram top 10 August

Check out Amsterdam Cycle Chic’s top 10 Instagram pics of August.

1. Rushing to see SAIL

2. Sister in town :-)

3. Park, walk, catch a train

4. Ladies on bikes

Ladies on bikes #cyclingforallages #cyclechic #Amsterdam #amstel #cyclingforeveryone #cyclingforlife #dutchladies

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5. My Little Patisserue

6. Cute cargo bike

7. Cycling to the Gay Pride

8. Amalia, Dutch crown princess, on her first school day

9. Colourful girl

Colourful girl #amsterdamstyle #Amsterdam #dutchgirl #girlonbike #amsterdamcyclechic #growinupinholland #bikestagram #bikeams #cyclechic

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10. Ice cream moment

Are you already following us on Instagram? You should, if you want to learn more about Amsterdam’s cycling culture and enjoy the diversity of cyclists and bikes in Amsterdam’s streets. Every month we will post the most liked Instagram shots here on our blog.

Paris sweetness in De Pijp

“In Paris, people care a lot about the quality of food. In Amsterdam the price or quantity of food is sometimes more important. But it seems to be changing. Amsterdammers care more and more about good ingredients and are happy to pay a bit more for high quality food or drinks. That’s why I opened my patisserie here last year. I want to introduce Amsterdammers to the art of French pastry making. ” Parisian Audrey Krief is the owner of ‘My Little Patisserie’ in De Pijp. ‘My Little Patisserie’ is a small café with the best éclairs I have ever tasted. Audrey learned to make patisserie in the French capital and now cycles every day on her VanMoof bike to her own cafe to make these little delights for Dutchies. We asked her to be our Cyclist of the Month.
Interviewing Audrey, owner of My Little Patisserie, she is our cyclist of the month. Interview will be online tomorrow @vanmoof #vanmoofbike #patisserie #parisian #parisiangirl #depijp #frenchinamsterdam #eclairs #velo #cyclechic #lotsixtyonecoffee #vanmo

Paris in Amsterdam

When you enter My Little Patisserie, you feel like being in Paris. French magazines, a map of Paris on the wall and often you hear people speaking French. Audrey: “It’s nice how many customers start speaking French to me. Almost all Dutch people learned it at high school and here in this little French place, they like to practice. Often my conversations go from French to English to Dutch without us even noticing that we spoke so many different languages.”

Audrey from My Little Patisserie


“I started my career in the movie industry. I worked for 4 years in Australia and New Zealand. When I came back to Paris, I wanted to learn something new. I wanted to make something instead of sitting behind my computer.” That’s why Audrey decided to learn the art of patisserie making at the Ecole de Boulangerie et de Pâtisserie de Paris. After that she worked in a famous Parisian patisserie. “It had always been my dream to start my own business. This dream came true last December, when I opened this place in De Pijp.”
Audrey from My Little Patisserie

Amsterdam vs. Paris

“I love living in Amsterdam. Amsterdammers are more relaxed than Parisians. I think cycling really contributes to this relaxed lifestyle. In Paris you see people during their long commutes sitting unhappy in full metros or buses. In Amsterdam people spend their energy on cycling instead of on being frustrated or angry. The smaller size of the city and the more relaxed atmosphere makes the quality of life in Amsterdam higher than in Paris. I do miss the great shopping in Paris. Clothes, food, patisserie, there is so much choice there!” Audrey from My Little Patisserie

Thank you Audrey for bringing this sweet part of French cuisine to Amsterdam. Eating an éclair au chocolat or choux vanille fraise et rose once in a while, definitely makes the quality of life in our city even better!

  • Visit the website of My Little Patisserie
  • Audrey is looking for a barista to help her on Sundays. Send her an email if you’re interested: audrey[at]
  • Want to learn how to make real French eclairs? Audrey starts with workshops in September. Contact her for more information.

Rock it!

rocker by aude

by Aude

Everything fits in his look combined with the bike, until your eyes reach this small detail: a little present that this rough rocker holds in his right hand. How sweet is that! Where is he going? I would say the birthday party of his 4 years old niece?! Love it!

SAIL Amsterdam 2015

From 19-23 August 2015, Amsterdam’s shores are host to an amazing event, SAIL. Sail visits Amsterdam only once every 5 years and is the largest free public event in the world. Everyone on bike, foot, car and boat gather in Amsterdam to watch this amazing spectacle. Today we wave goodbye to 600 gorgeous tall ships, heritage and naval boats and beautiful replicas from our harbours in Amsterdam. They travelled from all around the globe to be here. With huge sailing ships and local boats parading down the catwalk of the Ij waterway, fireworks each night and events all day there was a lot to see so we thought we would share it all with you.









By Mel.

Ice cream

icecream-1 by aude

One way or the other – ice cream in a cone or on a stick – who can resist an ice cream in summer time..?

icecream-2 by aude

by Aude


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