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Bike Riding in Amsterdam . . . Has anyone done it?

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Has anyone had experience with riding a bike Amsterdam? My husband and I are considering a four hour tour that goes through some parts of the city but the majority of the tour is in the countryside. It is mostly riding along the Amstel River. It visits a windmill and a cheese farm/clog factory. Coming back into town it goes through the Beatrix and Vondel Park. My husband and I know the countryside riding will be fine, but he has concerns about biking around the city and wants to be sure that it’s safe to get around. I am a little more comfortable with the ride because I am assuming that Amsterdam is structured around bike transportation and there will be bike lanes and car drivers will know how to deal with bikers.

We leave in two weeks so any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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