A year ago, and a week, and Belgium shook with fear. In the airport of Brussels, on the 8th morning, the attackers exploded two bombs near two check-in counters and killed fourteen people. An hour later, another bomb was detonated in the metro molenbeek on, which killed twenty other people. There were hundreds of wounded, some of them seriously. Those attacks were blamed on the Islamic State, as the majority of the terrorist acts that have taken place in Europe in recent years. Belgium, since then, is greatly concerned with the security and the panic that it might happen again, it’s going to take extreme measures during the dispute of the Tour of Flanders this Sunday.

If it is spring, there is cycling in Belgium. Until the Giro d’italia arrives in may and cleaning up, there is nothing that can fill more stomach cycling classics in Flanders. Three of the five monuments are fought in the lands of belgium. The first of these three is the Tour of Flanders, one of the careers that arouses most passion in the world of two wheels without a motor. According to the authorities of that country, it is expected that half a million people make an appointment in the vicinity of the roads to accompany the cyclists from Antwerp to Oudenaarde by 260 kilometers of asphalt and cobblestones to complete the test, you will meet some of the best cyclists on the planet, as the current world champion, Peter Sagan.

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