Category: Cycling EuroVelo in France

Cycling In Provence: A Week Just Won’t Be Enough!

Provence was the first region in France I visited as a tourist and it’s been a favorite of mine ever since.  Despite my love of Provence, it was only several years ago that I had the courage to tour the region by bike. Like many people, I equated cycling in Provence with the Tour de

10 Reasons To Cycle In Alsace

After visiting Alsace for the first time several years ago, I wondered why it had taken me so long to discover this mecca for cyclists!  Since then, I’ve been back twice, but I’ve  barely experienced even a small part of the cycle paths in this region! Think I’m exaggerating?  Take a quick look at my

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.

Update on ViaRhona, EuroVelo 17 in France

Few new cycling itineraries have generated as much interest and anticipation as EuroVelo 17, especially the French section called ViaRhona. This new cycle route runs along/close to the Rhone River for 815 km in France from the shores of Lake Geneva to the beaches of the Mediterranean. The route crosses 3 regions and 12 departments,

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