The Timișoara – Serbia Cycle Route: Indulge yourself in a vibrant city before emerging into picturesque countryside
Whether you are a long-distance cyclist or prefer shorter rides with plenty of distractions, you will find something to enjoy riding on one of the friendliest bicycle routes in Europe. Read all about this exciting route in this advertorial.find out more
Stories from the saddle: Personal experiences of the Atlantic Coast Route
This summer, cycle tourists from across Europe have told us about their stories of riding EuroVelo 1 in Norway, Ireland, France and Spain. Whilst each is different, what is common about them is that the experiences have created unforgettable memories. Enjoy this first article focused on the northern highlights!find out more
Diversity in cycling tourism: Is travelling by bike possible for all?
The image of the typical cycle tourist - a wealthy white male in his late 40s - still dominates many cycling magazines, books and websites. But cycling tourism is an activity that can welcome diversity. Its benefits for personal wellbeing alone should make it attractive for everyone regardless of their age, physical condition, abilities, gender, socio-economic status.find out more
Transporting bicycles on coaches - Inter-modality mini-series 3/3
Travelling by bike on the EuroVelo routes is an incredible way to see Europe, but sometimes there are journeys by bike that aren't always feasible or you might simply want to arrive at your starting point feeling fresh. In these cases, a coach trip can come in handy. Long-distance coaches are a relatively cheap, convenient and well connected mode of transport that, when teamed with a bicycle, can take you to every corner of Europe.find out more