The route network that has inspired me to cycle across the continent two and a bit times (hopefully three times by the end of July) is twenty years old. This from the European Cycling Federation’s Eurovelo website: “It was twenty years ago that the World Trade Organization was […]
Here’s a press release from the European Cyclists’ Federation about Velo-city 2015: France is well underway in the preparations to welcome Velo-city 2015, the global cycling summit, from June 2-5 in Nantes. The programme is in its final stages, having been constructed from a record-breaking 740 submissions from 51 […]
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 […]