EuroVelo is the European cycle route network – 17 long-distance cycle routes that cross and connect the continent. It is the largest cycle route network in the world, spanning over 90,000 km when completed. The development of EuroVelo leads to safe and continuous cycle routes, serving as the backbone for national and regional cycle networks. It can be used by long-distance cycle tourists, as well as by local people making daily journeys. EuroVelo is developed and coordinated on the transnational level by the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) in cooperation with a network of National EuroVelo Coordination Centres (NECCs). It is an initiative that fosters sustainable transport and tourism policies.

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The EuroVelo & Cycling Tourism Conference

The EuroVelo & Cycling Tourism Conference is the annual professional event that fosters the growing interest in cycling and sustainable tourism, and explores what the future holds for these sectors. It aims to inform, inspire and connect on EuroVelo, cycling tourism and cycle route networks.

The EuroVelo & Cycling Tourism Conference is the most important of its kind and gathers all those involved in the cycling and tourism sector – destination managers, cycling tourism experts, academia, public authorities, cycling advocates, tour operators and businesses, and many more. It is held every year over the course of three days, focusing on dialogue, participation, and information exchange. Plenary sessions, panel discussions, workshops, social events and technical visits make up a lively and enticing programme.

The 2024 edition is co-organised by the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) and the Municipality of Viborg.

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