- 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
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
In the second contribution to our newsletter from American counterparts, the Adventure Cycling Association, we look at the genesis and development of the two complementary cycling networks that cross the U.S. today - The Adventure Cycling Route Network consists of nearly 45,000 miles of mapped adventure trails, both on- and off-road, while the constantly growing United States Bicycle Route System now boasts over 6,000 miles of publicly-owned, numbered routes, with and official signing system recognised by state transportaition authorities.Read more Oct 29, 2014
This summer Marit Espeland from the Norwegian National EuroVelo Coordinator – the Norwegian Public Roads Administration – decided to swap the dramatic fjords of her home country for the inviting coves and fishing villages of the Brittany Coast in France using EuroVelo 4 – Central Europe Route. We caught up with her last month to hear how she got on.Read more Oct 13, 2014
In Prague last week, ECF Vice-President Daniel Mourek met with Jack Cheung, a cycling tourist from Hong Kong who is using EuroVelo routes for the last stage of his epic 16,000 km journey from his home city to London. Only 2,000 kilometres to go!Read more Oct 10, 2014