Category: Cycling EuroVelo in France

Burgundy By Bike

I love cycling in Burgundy, and I can’t think of a better place to start my new series on routes to consider this year than Burgundy. Burgundy is a paradise for lovers of the outdoors, wine, wonderful food, history and most important, bicyclists!  Burgundy boasts over 1,000 kilometers of safe and signposted cycle and greenways.

Status Of EuroVelo 3 In France

When the French segment of EuroVelo 3 called La Scandiberique is officially opened in the next year or two, it will be the longest cycling route in France.  As if it’s not already challenging enough to choose a cycling itinerary in France, La Scandiberque will add another 1600km of signposted cycle paths, running from the Belgian

Cycling From Strasbourg To The Wine Town Of Obernai

Obernai is one of my favorite wine towns in Alsace, so when I learned I could get there mostly on bike paths from Strasbourg, it went to the top of my rides-to-do list.  Little did I know that it would be one of my favorite bicycling rides in the region, despite a rocky start. The

Cycling Strasbourg’s Forts Trail

The Piste des Forts or Forts Trail is an 85km cycle route that completely surrounds the city of Strasbourg. You can pick up this route on any side of the city, and you can bicycle as little or as much as you want. This route is easy to get to from EuroVelo 15 or 5,

What’s The Difference Between EuroVelo, Veloroute and Voie Verte?

Planning a bike trip, especially your first, can be a time consuming and challenging task. The time and effort you spend evaluating routes is well worth it, as it will help insure you choose an itinerary appropriate for your skill level, age of travelers, and interests.  You might already have an itinerary or two in