Planning successful cycle routes: EuroVelo 19 as a best practice example – Part 2
Throughout the autumn our colleague Aleksander Buczyński, the ECF’s Infrastructure Officer, is using EuroVelo 19 – Meuse Cycle Route to take a closer look at route planning. In this second instalment, he highlights EuroVelo 19 – Meuse Cycling Route as an example of good practice of the backbone approach by sharing his personal tips for cycling the route.find out more
Planning successful cycle routes: EuroVelo 19 as a best practice example – Part 1
Over the coming months our colleague Aleksander Buczyński, the ECF’s Infrastructure Officer, will be using EuroVelo 19 – Meuse Cycle Route to take a closer look at route planning. To provide some context, in this first installment he considers the different approaches that are often applied in deciding where cycle routes should go.find out more
The story of crossing Brittany by bike
If you need proof that you can cycle the EuroVelo routes any time of the year: Read the winter travel report of the Abicyclette Voyages travel agency team in this advertorial.find out more
TheBigRecord:UK – Capturing the sound of the UK on two wheels!
British sound artist and cyclist Paul Cheese is not unknown to the EuroVelo Team. In April 2018, he cycled 2,650 km along Eurovelo routes 11, 8, 5, 7 through Greece and Italy, capturing the sounds of fantastic locations along the way and creating a song with this material – and in September of the same year, he spoke at the EuroVelo Conference about using cycling as inspiration to write and record music. In 2019 he went on a new musical adventure, this time in his own country, cycling 8,000 km to every region of the UK to capture the sounds of people and places.find out more