- Discover Europe by bike!
Welcome to the EuroVelo.com – 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
Goran Periša & Petra Čačić took their first long-distance biking tour this summer, crossing Croatia, Hungary, Austria, Germany and Italy on EuroVelo routes. It went so well they’re now planning a trip around the world. We spoke to Goran and Petra to hear their story, and to get some tips for other first-time tourers.Read more Nov 28, 2013
Rome has a reputation for streets full of speeding taxis, blaring car horns and chocking car fumes, so exploring the Italian capital by bike may not be the first thing that comes to mind for many visitors to the city. Whilst it is true that levels of cycling are still relatively low in the city centre, as part of a guided bike tour you are following an experienced guide who knows the best routes to take to enjoy everything Rome has to offer, as ECF Policy Officer Ed Lancaster found out.Read more Dec 03, 2013
Following the ECF’s long-running campaign, which included sending letters to every MEP last week, we are pleased to announce that the TEN-T guidelines were approved by a large majority at this week’s Plenary session in Strasbourg meaning that cycling and EuroVelo are referenced in these guidelines for the first time ever!Read more Nov 20, 2013
Benjamin McEldowney works as an Assistant with the EuroVelo team at the European Cyclists' Federation’s headquarters in Brussels. This summer he and travelling companion Edmund Luke set off on their dream cycling trip – 4,600 km across the European continent from London to Istanbul. They followed EuroVelo all the way to Turkey, passing through 14 countries and taking in routes 5, 15, 6 and 13. This is the first in a series of Ben's articles for eurovelo.com about the journey.Read more Nov 12, 2013