Back in August 2008 I got very excited when my EuroVelo map arrived – read about it here – and I’m delighted to reveal that in April 2014 I’m equally delighted to have been given an updated version of the very same map. My policeman friend Titus (aka Bob) has just returned from a visit to Brussels with the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group and while at the offices of the European Cyclists’ Federation he picked up the new map. It’s actually a much improved version of the original overview map showing the routes of the fourteen Eurovelo routes. I seem to remember that my old map had a winding line for each of the Eurovelos that wasn’t actually much use. With the new one you can see which towns and cities each of the routes visits. There’s also a handy summary of each route of the back. It is possible to download a PDF version of the map from the ECF’s Eurovelo website (or directly by clicking here) but the download isn’t quite as clear as the real thing. So, when you’re next in Brussels… Here are a couple of screenshots to show you what you are missing!
Good news. Their website has improved a lot over the passed couple of years too.