Eurovelo Routes

Discover Europe by bike!

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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

A Breton Adventure: Cycling EuroVelo 4 in France

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

A 16,000 km long Odyssey from Hong Kong to London

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

A day at the seaside- taking on the wild winds of EuroVelo 12

Many of our regular readers dream of taking several months’ break to take on a long distance cycle tour across Europe or even further afield. Here at ECF we do all do too, but unfortunately these opportunities only come along every so often. With the close proximity of EuroVelo routes to so many Europeans, however, adventure is never too far away; even if only for a weekend. Jesús and Ben from the EuroVelo team share their impressions of a one-day tour in Belgium and the Netherlands.

Read more Aug 25, 2014

1989 - 2014, A new section of EuroVelo 13 celebrates the first cracks in the Iron Curtain

Twenty five years ago the Pan-European Picnic was held, a multi-national demonstration celebrating the first holes being cut in the 'Iron Curtain' border fortifications between Hungary and Austria. To mark the anniversary of this occasion, the new itinerary for EuroVelo 13 – Iron Curtain Trail has been signed with official EuroVelo signposting and was officially opened 19th August 2014.

Read more Aug 21, 2014