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The European Cyclists Federation [http://www.ecf.com/] is developing a network of bicycling routes connecting all parts of the continent of Europe.  Approximately 20,000km of the planned 60,000km are in place.<br>
 
The European Cyclists Federation [http://www.ecf.com/] is developing a network of bicycling routes connecting all parts of the continent of Europe.  Approximately 20,000km of the planned 60,000km are in place.<br>
 
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Revision as of 12:51, 7 May 2007

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The European Cyclists Federation [1] is developing a network of bicycling routes connecting all parts of the continent of Europe. Approximately 20,000km of the planned 60,000km are in place.

File:Eurovelomap.png
Map of EuroVelo bicycle routes Pdf


Routes

There are 12 Routes

North South Routes


  • Atlantic Coast Route: North Cape - Sagres 8,186 km PDF plan
  • Pilgrims Route: Trondheim - Santiago de Compostela 5,122 km
  • Via Romea Francigena: London - Rome and Brindisi 3,900 km
  • Middle Europe Route: North Cape - Malta 7,305 km PDF plan
  • Baltic Sea to Adriatic Sea (Amber Route): Gdansk - Pula 1,930 km
  • East Europe Route: North Cape - Athens 5,984 km


West-East Routes


  • Capitals Route: Galway - Moscow 5,500 km
  • Roscoff - Kiev 4,000 km
  • Atlantic Ocean to Black Sea: Nantes - Constanta 4,448 km more information; opens in French
  • Mediterranean Route: Cádiz - Athens and Cyprus 5,888 km opens in PDF


Circuits


  • Baltic Sea Cycle Route (Hansa circuit) 7,980 km
  • North Sea Cycle Route 5,932 km



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