Eurovelo Routes

Discover Europe by bike!

Welcome to the – the website for people interested in cycling in Europe.

EuroVelo is a network of 14 long distance cycle routes connecting and uniting the whole European continent.  The routes can be used by cycle tourists as well as by local people making daily journeys.  EuroVelo currently comprises of 14 routes and it is envisaged that the network will be substantially complete by 2020. 

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Latest news

Girl about the Globe: "give cycling a go!"

We caught up with Lisa Eldridge, travel writer and founder of the Girl about the Globe blog. She specialises in solo travelling and it was interesting to hear her take on what cycle-tourism has to offer female travellers. The traditional image of a cycle-tourist is typically that of a weather-beaten hairy man, battle-hardened by the hours of taking on the asphalt; however, Lisa demonstrates that cycling tourism is for everyone. Read on to find out how cycling can bring out the best of a holiday destination and can be done with a touch a class too!

Read more Jan 26, 2015

Take a tour? Ideas for 2015

Making plans is part of welcoming in the New Year. Nothing rhymes better with plans than bicycle trans-border adventure. And a year is time enough for many an adventure. So here’s a list of some fine cycles to get your imagination going while 2015 warms up.

Read more Jan 16, 2015

Cycling Home on EuroVelo for Christmas

Last year, Jesper Pørksen chose to do the annual pilgrimage home by bike. He set off along EuroVelo 12 - the North Sea route - to meet up with his family on the Danish Island of Rømø. It’s not exactly high season so, with the road to himself, Jesper took on the elements and lives to tell the tale. Here, he recounts his adventure for us, let yourself be inspired!

Read more Dec 11, 2014

Changing Tracks – art for cyclists

Changing Tracks is an art project set up during the summer of 2014 that gave the opportunity to three artists to exhibit their work along former railway lines of their local area. The old railway lines have been upgraded to greenways that attract many cyclists throughout the year. The project aimed to engage new audiences in a context open to all so, for once, we’re encouraging you to get off your bikes and take a look.

Read more Nov 27, 2014