Should you be thinking of cycling in France (OK, perhaps not at the level of the three guys here but…) and wondering what the difference is between the three kinds of cycle route in the title of this post, Maggie Lacoste of Experience France by Bike has just written about them (and referenced CyclingEurope.org in the process – thanks Maggie). Her site is full of other useful articles about cycling in France as is that other great French cycling website FreeWheelingFrance.com where I myself have written an overview of the Eurovelo routes as they pass through ‘l’Hexagone’. Perhaps some kind of merger should take place…
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"Along The Med on a Bike Called Reggie"
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