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 […]
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“EuroVelo director Adam Bodor sat down with Andy Carling to talk about the many new bike routes spanning through Europe as a means of connecting European countries and increasing bicycling tourism across Europe.”
The ECF have just published an interview with me where I discuss this summer’s cycle from Greece to Portugal along the rough line of the Eurovelo 8. The interview can be found on the ECF’s increasingly useful Eurovelo website in a slighted edited form. The full interview is […]
Here’s an interesting press release from the European Cyclists’ Federation. The UK doesn’t do too badly in their European Union-wide ranking. Full list of countries and their ranks below the statement from the ECF; “The European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) is using the run up to next week’s Velo-city […]
It’s getting on for five years since I first came up with the idea of cycling to Italy during my long summer holiday from work as a teacher. At the time, in those initial weeks and months of frankly secret planning (I was never even sure myself whether […]
A couple of publications have come my way in the last few days. The first is a cycling touring guide for the French portion of the Eurovelo 8 route in the south of France. The guide’s author, cyclist & teacher (sounds familiar) Daniel Jamrozik emailed me about its existence […]
Keep an eye on this; hopefully it will develop as the months go by… Update: A press release from the European Cyclists’ Federation reads as follows: “March 4, 2013 – Brussels, Belgium The European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) has launched its cycling touring web platform,www.eurovelo.com, which provides a wealth […]