The flandrien art gallery introduction

The nickname “Flandrien” was first used to describe the tough Flemish track cyclists who competed at the six-day races in the early decades of the twentieth century.  The term was later adopted for the gutsy riders from Flanders who dominated the Tour of Flanders and other Spring classics.

Today the term Flandrien is not so much about a nationality but a mentality that encompasses universal values such as camaraderie, grit, determination, resilience, and a fighting spirit. And it’s these values that are celebrated through works of art at the Flandrien gallery, which is located at the Flandrien Hotel in Belgium in the heart of the Flemish Ardennes.

The flandrien art gallery and Cyclist magazine

The limited edition images featured in Cyclist Magazine can be ordered via this website. Each image is limited to just 8 pieces, is facemounted on gallery quality German acrylic and comes with a certificate of authenticity that is signed by the photographer and featured athlete.

Artworks can be sent worldwide.

Featured Artist And his work

Kristof Ramon (Kramon) Multiple Nikon Press Photo Awards Winner

For our inaugural exhibition ‘Grand Tourism’  at the Flandrien Gallery we have partnered with world-renowned Belgian cycling photographer Kristof Ramon who has selected a range of pictures from the grand tours over the past years.  Kristof has also curated a special collection of images of former and current professional riders who embody the Flandrien spirit for Cyclist magazine.

Kramon – Bio

  • Leuven born, Leuven bred / homeboy
  • TV director turned cycling photographer
  • On the road since 2011
  • All too often absent father / partner / friend
  • Team insider at Lotto-Belisol / Sky / Mitchelton Scott / Trek-Segafredo
  • 3x Nikon Sports Press Photographer of the year
  • Aspiring barista struggling with latte art
  • 100% plant powered
  • Rides bikes for fun and mental clarity
  • Motorbike backseat connoisseur
  • Initiator and curator of this expo
  • LOVES (all things) cycling …duh

pop art by John Mettepenningen

Flemish artist popularly known as the “Andy Wharhol of Cycling” who has curated a special limited edition collection for the Flandrien Gallery. See our shop for the new collection.

flandrien art gallery at the flandrien hotel

The Flandrien Art Gallery is located at the Flandrien Hotel in the heart of the Flemish Ardennes in Brakel, Belgium.  The Flandrien Hotel is recognised as one of the world’s foremost cycling hotels, and has been featured in media outlets and podcasts such as Forbes Magazine, Cyclist Magazine, Bicycling Magazine, The Detour Podcast and The Cycling Podcast. See more at:


postage costs

Artworks can be sent worldwide. Sending costs are €39,00 for the Benelux,  €49,00 for other European Union destinations, UK & Ireland and €149 for other international destinations.

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