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Eurovelo Routes

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. 

For practical information about EuroVelo and this website please click here

Latest news

slowUp and take in the sights in Switzerland

This month saw the start of this year’s slowUp festival in Switzerland, which ever since 2000 has seen parts of the road network closed off to motorised traffic for one day to encourage sustainable mobility. Over the coming months, a further 18 locations will organise related events, which provide a perfect excuse to visit Switzerland by bike!

Read more Apr 15, 2014

EuroVelo, from the lowest to the highest European points

It is well known that the EuroVelo network is over 70,000 km long but we wanted to know which are the highest and lowest points. EuroVelo Assistant Thomas Mourey dug out his tape measure to find out more.

Read more Apr 02, 2014

It is “Flanders Classics” season, which provides the perfect excuse to take a cycling tour in Flanders

Flanders is intimately associated with cycling. In early spring, the countryside in this Belgian region is filled with cyclists wearing brightly coloured jerseys – not just cycle tourists but also professional cyclists and their fans. One of the highlights of the international cycling calendar occurs on the 14th Sunday of every year, when the cycling community gathers for the major Flemish Classic: the Tour of Flanders between Bruges and Oudenaarde in the Flemish Ardennes.

Read more Mar 19, 2014

From East to West, from North to South, EuroVelo takes you everywhere in Europe!

It is well known that the EuroVelo network is over 70,000 km long but we wanted to know which are the most peripheral locations. EuroVelo Assistant Thomas Mourey dug out his atlas to find out more.

Read more Mar 13, 2014
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