- 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
EuroVelo.com is now available in German too! Wilkommen in der EuroVelo welt! All the information pages are in both English and German. As the most widely spoken mother tongue in the sub-continent, German is an official language in six European countries and is spoken as first language by an estimated 100 million people. That’s a lot of potential new cyclists!Read more Apr 15, 2015
It was twenty years ago that the World Trade Organization was formed; the film Toy Story was released; the Russian space station Mir greeted it’s first American guests; the DVD was announced; and Gangsta’s Paradise by Coolio topped the charts around the world. The year 1995 also marked the establishment of EuroVelo and so over the coming months we are going to be celebrating it’s 20th anniversary!Read more Apr 14, 2015
Continuing our series of articles looking at our sister network in North America - the Adventure Cycling Route Network - this time we focus on how they approach route selection and mapping on the other side of the Pond.Read more Mar 31, 2015
The British travel writer Tim Moore has undertaken a number of bike-related challenges over the years, including cycling the entire route of the 2000 Tour de France and recreating the notoriously difficult 1914 Giro d'Italia, which he accomplished in period costume on a bike dating back to the same year. The resulting travelogues provide lots of humorous anecdotes and insights that all cyclists can relate to. For his latest adventure, Tim is going to be tackling EuroVelo 13 - Iron Curtain Trail. All 10,400 km of it! And just to make it a little more challenging, Tim will not only be using an old GDR shopping bike but will also be starting the route (north of the Arctic Circle) in March! We interrupted his preparations to ask him a few questions about his upcoming trip.Read more Feb 25, 2015