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Europe (all)

This page lists all reports that for Europe including those that involve other countries too.
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All descriptions are in English, unless otherwise noted.

Cycling info pages (continued)

An easy going competition to and on our 'home' mountain Anninger
by Iris Mueck, , submitted 18 November 2011
Europe: Austria

I heard about this easy going mountain bike competition. As it has been so nearby to our home, and some bike friends pushed me to participate, I did so... A wonderful ride with the chance to meet a lot of new bike comrades... Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all our followers!

See all 95 reports by Iris Mueck

Anninger Strecke
Grieskirchen bike days 2011
by Iris Mueck, , submitted 6 August 2011
Europe: Austria

Every year, we are going to Grieskirchen. All participants from the bike club WHC Voesendorf. All of them retired. Still going strong. Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 95 reports by Iris Mueck

The gang
Kaindorf Bike Days 2011
by Iris Mueck, , submitted 2 August 2011
Europe: Austria
language: de

Every year, we are going to test our shape. All participants from the bike club WHC Voesendorf. All of the retired. Still going strong. Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 95 reports by Iris Mueck

Update 2011 - In, out of and through Austria by train taking your own bicycle with you
by Karl Valentin, , submitted 26 July 2011
Europe: Austria

Update 2011 - In, out of and through Austria by train taking your own bicycle with you

Rail services of the Austrian national federal railway company OEBB have seriously deteriorated the last few years. There are no direct connections to France, Belgium, Netherlands any more and the rest is a fragment. On domestic connections passengers suffer from delays, overcrowded trains, bad service and all sorts of unpleasant experiences including overcrowded trains cleared by the police.

Most important for tourists with bicycles is that in 2010 most of the trains that still had bicycle capacities were robbed of the luggage van.

9th MTB Hillclimb to Mt Zavizan in Croatia from 0 to 1594 m
by Rajko Malojčić, , submitted 21 March 2011
Europe: Croatia
language: en, hr, de

This year the most popular amateur MTB race in Croatia shall start on Saturday June 18th from Senj www.senj.hr in Croatia. All information shall be kept at the website of the organizer, Senj Tourist Office www.tz-senj.hr or can be obtained from malojcic (at) yahoo (dot) com.

Latest two events can be seen at:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1kg3A9EM_4 and
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPoOfYDRN7I.

Everybody welcome!

See all 4 reports by Rajko Malojčić

Start in the port of Senj and distant finish at the Zavizan mountain refuge 36 km away and 1594 m higher
progetto pazzodaviaggiare
by campanella andrea, , submitted 1 March 2011
Europe, Africa
language: it

Un viaggio in solitaria attraverso l‚europa occidentale ed il bacino mediterraneo un percorso che vuole esprimere un messaggio di pace ed integrazione. Fine ultimo del viaggio una missione: raccogliere fondi da devolvere ad un ente benefico che sviluppi piani di cooperazione mirati a soddisfare i requisiti minimi di sussistenza in popolazioni sottosviluppate.

Pazzodaviaggiare sostiene la piccola [dice lui] ICIO ONLUS.

Sono lieto di invitavi a visitare il sito dell‚opera di Maurizio, li troverete tutte le delucidazioni tecniche, il calore dell‚Africa, e l‚energia emanata dal sig. de Romedis, Maurizio detto ICIO.

Per raggiungere lo scopo un metodo da sviluppare con la vostra partecipazione ed un mezzo a impatto ambientale 0: LA BICI! Partenza primavera 2011

IBAS 2011
by Marcello Stampacchia, , submitted 1 January 2011
Europe: Iceland
language: it

ISLANDA IN MOUNTAIN BIKE? SOLO CON NOI!

IBAS 2011 NOVITA'!

Cari amici appassionati di viaggi in Mountain Bike che avete, come noi di IBAS, quella spinta interiore che fa pensare continuamente all'Islanda, come anticipato il viaggio IBAS 2011 con le Mountain Bike si svolgerà nella seconda metà di Agosto 2011. Le date dovrebbero essere dal 15 agosto al 29 Agosto. La parola ''dovrebbero'' dipende ancora dagli ultimi dettagli che ci devono fornire gli operatori dei voli e sopratutto il traghetto che deve portare i veicoli dell'organizzazione dalla Danimarca all'Islanda. Ma già da ora sappiamo che potrebbero essere aggiustamenti piccoli di uno o al massimo due giorni.

La sorpresa che vogliamo farvi, questo capodanno 2010, è che siamo riusciti a eseguire una economia di scala sulle prenotazioni voli e rifugi che ci permettono ora di proporre un prezzo inimmaginabile per altre organizzazioni, per coloro che riusciranno a prenotare entro il 28 febbraio 2011. Oltre questa data il prezzo salirà, non per colpa nostra, ma per i voli e le prenotazioni dei servizi connessi al viaggio. [...]

See all 3 reports by Marcello Stampacchia

Uscita dal fiume della morena del vatnajokull
Grading Ireland's cycling routes
by John Walshe, , submitted 29 October 2010
Europe: Ireland

Independent assessment of Irish Cycle Touring Routes

Do you want an independent assessment of Ireland's Official Cycling Routes? If you do read on. My name is John Walshe and I have decided to cycle them all. According to the Failte Ireland website we have about 79 cycling routes in the Republic of Ireland which came as news to me when I happened upon that claim earlier on this year (2010). Since then I have been cycling them one by one and I have uploaded my report on each route onto my web page.

Some of them are o.k. but most of them are dreadful. I intend to assess each and every one of them. I am cycling them solely from the viewpoint of a touring cyclist i.e. the kind of person who uses his holidays to cycle bringing with him all his luggage, tent etc. on the bike. As I cycle these routes I also bring along with me a theoretical nine years old daughter and an equally theoretical 10 years old son. This is the standard test that is used internationally. Would you let your two kids cycle this route? If the answer is 'yes' then the route qualifies all things considered. If the answer is 'no it's too dangerous' then the route does not qualify. It's as simple as that. Of course scenery has to be factored in and the degree of difficulty. [...]

Taking Bikes on French Trains
by Gerry Patterson, , submitted 24 October 2010
Europe: France

A short, concise explanation of how you can travel around France with your bicycle.

See all 3 reports by Gerry Patterson

Cycling Languedoc
by Gerry Patterson, , submitted 24 October 2010
Europe: France

A site made for people who are thinking about cycling in sunny Languedoc, France. There are many great cycle routes of all lengths, as well as useful information on what it is like to ride in Languedoc.

Each route page has a Google Map, route description, directions, and photos. Routes can be searched by region, difficulty or distance.

See all 3 reports by Gerry Patterson

Pont du Gard, Languedoc
Hiking to the 'Trefflinfall' - Lower Austria
by Iris Mueck, , submitted 12 August 2010
Europe: Austria

Beside bicycling, we tried a hike, which is not so far from our home... Destination: 'Trefflingfall' located in Lower Austria. Reachable via train 'Mariazellerbahn' (a 'narrow rails track' train)or by car, following the Hwy 39 from St.Poelten on. Passing little towns like Obergrafendorf, Kirchberg, Loich, Winterbach. Right in the middle of the village 'Puchenstuben' one has turn right a downhill road to the 'Trefflingfall'. A sort of hidden place. Safe to go. A lot of safety ropes surrounds the hiking path down to the river fall. Worth to go! Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 95 reports by Iris Mueck

watching the river flow
Welcome to the Snow bord Tour at Corvara (Sella Ronda)
by Iris Mueck, , submitted 12 August 2010
Europe: Italy

Corvara, has been the starting point of several 'Maratona dles Dolomites', I have been participating. We said: we do the Sella Ronda in winter. On Snow board. The tour takes just 4 hours (if you are lucky on queues before the lifts...).

Worth to see the little city of Arabba, just before the Porte Vescovo. We made a side trip to the Marmolada (there are two ways of correct spelling: Marmolada and Marmolata - one is in local language 'ladinisch'). Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 95 reports by Iris Mueck

what a scenic view !
8th MTB Hillclimb to Mt Zavizan from 0 to 1594 m
by Rajko Malojčić, , submitted 8 February 2010
Europe: Croatia

This year the event shall start on Saturday June 19th from Senj www.senj.hr in Croatia. All information shall be kept at the website of the Tourist Office www.tz-senj.hr or can be obtained from malojcic@yahoo.com .

Last year event can be seen at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1kg3A9EM_4

Everybody welcome!

See all 4 reports by Rajko Malojčić

Very rare opportunity to see Italy from Velebit in Croatia
Bicycles - World's Most Efficient Means of Transport
by Hostelio, , submitted 2 September 2009

Man on a bicycle can go three or four times faster than the pedestrian, but uses five times less energy in the process. He carries one gram of his weight over a kilometer of flat road at an expense of only 0.15 calories. The bicycle is the perfect transducer to match man's metabolic energy to the impedance of locomotion. Equipped with this tool, man outstrips the efficiency of not only all machines but all other animals as well. [...]

Bicycles are not only thermodynamically efficient, they are also cheap. With his much lower salary, the Chinese acquires his durable bicycle in a fraction of the working hours an American devotes to the purchase of his obsolescent car. The cost of public utilities needed to facilitate bicycle traffic versus the price of an infrastructure tailored to high speeds is proportionately even less than the price differential of the vehicles used in the two systems. In the bicycle system, engineered roads are necessary only at certain points of dense traffic, and people who live far from the surfaced path are not thereby automatically isolated as they would be if they depended on cars or trains. The bicycle has extended man's radius without shunting him onto roads he cannot walk. Where he cannot ride his bike, he can usually push it.

The bicycle also uses little space. Eighteen bikes can be parked in the place of one car, thirty of them can move along in the space devoured by a single automobile. It takes three lanes of a given size to move 40,000 people across a bridge in one hour by using automated trains, four to move them on buses, twelve to move them in their cars, and only two lanes for them to pedal across on bicycles. Of all these vehicles, only the bicycle really allows people to go from door to door without walking. The cyclist can reach new destinations of his choice without his tool creating new locations from which he is barred. [...]

7th Hillclimb to Mount Zavizan in Croatia from 0 to 1594 m
by Rajko Malojčić, , submitted 11 April 2009
Europe: Croatia

For 7 years an amateur MTB race ``Hillclimb to Mount Zavizan from 0 to 1594'' starts from the Adriatic shore up to the mountain peak Zavizan at 1594 m. Last year organizers had to limit the number of participants because they could not accomodate them all in the tiny haven Sveti Juraj. This year they decided to extend the race to 40 km and move the starting place to Senj. You can learn more about the event which shall start on Saturday 20.06.09 from Senj by searching Yahoo or Google for ``Hillclimb Zavizan'', ``Aufstieg Zavizan'' or ``Uspon na Zavizan''. Race has no commercial interests and organizers want only to bring cyclists together and introduce them to the beauties of Mount Velebit forests. Information offered by malojcic@yahoo.com . Following pages give more information on past races:

http://www.np-sjeverni-velebit.hr/Biciklijada_2008/Fotogalerija/content/index_9.html
http://www.np-sjeverni-velebit.hr/novi_web/Velebit_htm/Karta.htm
http://www.np-sjeverni-velebit.hr/novi_web/Velebit_htm/Profil.htm

See all 4 reports by Rajko Malojčić

Nordic-Quest 24
by Johann Longwitz, , submitted 27 November 2008

These will be the longest single stage mountainbike races in Europe.

Teams have 24 hours to complete 250km courses.

Cycling before Lycra
by Allan Nelson, submitted 6 October 2008
Europe: UK

A collection of photographs and anecdotes from my father on cycling in the late 1930's and 1940's. Racing, touring, pass-storming, you name it, they did it - usually on fixed gear, and wearing corduroy shorts - ouch! No chamois leather for these boys.

See all 5 reports by Allan Nelson

Les Nelson at Lake Bank, Coniston, ready for the time-trial.
Driving your bicycle in Albania
by by Roman Zapatrin, , submitted 9 June 2008
Europe: Albania

In May, 2008, I spent two weeks in Albania. First week I stayed in the city of Vlora, during the second one I crossed the country from Ionian sea coast to the Greek border near the Prespa lake. All this gave me an opportunity to acquire my own experience in cycling in Albania, which I would like to share in this short review.

Contents: roads, maps, drivers, city driving, bicycles and parts, communicating with people.

Gribe mountains, South Albania
Anniesland to Ratho Charity Bike Ride
by Pancanal, , submitted 12 November 2007
Europe: UK

Pancanal is the website for the annual Anniesland (Glasgow) to Ratho (Edinburgh) bike ride. It follows the Forth and Clyde canal to Falkirk then the Union Canal to Ratho.

This cycle is in memory of Robin Wilkie who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in February 2005. All sponsorship raised from this cycle go directly to the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.

Castelli della Loira in bici, versione famiglie
by Voiaganto.it, , submitted 13 September 2007
Europe: France
language: it

Tour dei castelli della Loira in bici, percorso abbreviato adatto alle famiglie.
Durata: 7 giorni.
Tappe: Tours, Villandry, Chenonceaux, Amboise, Blois, Cheverny, St.Dye, Chambord.
Suggerimenti anche per altri tour: tour dei Castelli Romani, dei castelli medievali del Casentino, dei castelli del Trentino, dei castelli della Scozia.

Grazie anche a girolibero.it per i consigli.

See all 2 reports by Voiaganto.it

Tour Castelli della Loira
SPANISH CYCLEPATHS: Information about cycle touring in Spain
by Dawn Severenuk, , submitted 21 May 2007
Europe: Spain

A website dedicated to providing in-depth information about cycle touring in Spain. Great ideas for tours, weekends away and places to go; useful links to get you there and get you around, as well as a travelogue and picture gallery to tempt you to get on your bike and go!

Cycling in Poland
by PolandCycling.com, , submitted 15 April 2007
Europe: Poland

Have a look at this fantastic site and plan your first really exciting cycling holiday in amazing and surprising Poland. Here you will find practical information about roads, health and safety, money, threats and much more.

Local, polish road
The Twizi hostel directory - the cheapest places to stay on the planet
by Patrick Sexton, , submitted 6 January 2007

[The author travels around the world and reviews hostels, and has built up a large hostel directory.]

What are hostels?

The quickest answer I can give to you is that hostels are budget accommodations where you share a room with other travelers. To be more specific though and to give you a better idea of what to expect I will say that a hostel room is like a hotel room but instead of being just one bed there are a couple (or a few) bunk beds. There are also (gasp!) other people. People you do not know! These other people are travelers who are most likely very much like you in the sense that they are exploring and traveling and doing it as absolutely cheaply as possible. Hostels have been around a long long time. There are over 20,000 of them around the world. Hostels are very much a part of the culture of Europe, and are starting to be known in the USA as well. Hostels are a cheaper way of staying in a city where you do not live.

world map
World Bikes
by Daniel Sciboz, submitted 13 December 2006
Europe, Asia, America, Africa

This search engine helps to find information provided directly from about 490 bike manufacturers.

Mount Zavizan Climb 0 - 1598 m
by Rajko Malojčić, , submitted 7 June 2006
Europe: Croatia
language: hr

Since 2003 in the second half of June a race is beeing organized by the Senj Mountain Bike Club which starts from the village Sv. Juraj near Senj at the sea level and ends at the mountain hut Zavizan 1568 m above. Trek is 33 km long and is graphically represented on the web page. About half of it goes on a paved road and another half on unpaved road through the forest which belongs to the North Velebit National Park. Participation for less trained cyclists is facilitated by the second start at 1000 m from the village Oltari. Traditional evening reunion of participants takes place in Sv. Juraj harbour restaurant after the race. The event is a good introduction to the beauties of cycling in mount Velebit forests. Accomodation for foreign visitors is provided through http://www.tz-senj.hr.

See all 4 reports by Rajko Malojčić

A useful website page for cyclists coming to the quiet roads of the Alps Maritimes, inland from the busy Cote D'Azur, France.
by Ruth Jessop, , submitted 10 April 2006
Europe: France

This website gives information for on and off road cycling in the Alpes Maritimes inland from the busy roads of the Cote D'Azur.
Detailed descriptions of on and off road cycles, including height graphs and distances.
Photo gallery.
General information about the area - market days, restaurant phone numbers etc.
Information about cycle friendly accommodation with a shopping service to save cyclists carrying heavy shopping on bicycles when coming to an area devoid of shops. There are cycle tools, a lockable garage, all maps are provided, washing machine available.

A great day out cycling to Aiglun, then returning to Les Basses Beaumettes via the Clue de St Auban.
The Loaded Touring Bike - Homepage and Photo Gallery
by Ron Wheeler ''miles2go'', submitted 27 March 2006

A high quality photo gallery of over 350 loaded touring bicycles from around the world. A tribute to the loaded touring bike and the places the bikes take us. Expedition links and tourer profiles. Tailwinds!

One of the many touring bike photos in the gallery.
DBS Viking Tour
by Resykkelclubb, , submitted 9 January 2006
Europe: Norway
language: en, fi, no, de

The World's most beautiful cycling tour. July 23rd - 28th 2006. Geiranger, Trollstigen, Sognefjord, Jotunheimen, Nærøyfjord...

The Viking Tour takes you everywhere! Six days, eight fjords and nine mountain passes shared with 230 cyclo-tourists and former Tour de France competitors. Great international atmosphere and informal Fjordland hospitality dearly welcome all cyclists whatever goal they have for the tour. Competition classes are only timed for parts of each stage, giving everyone a much appreciated chance to ride with people normally at the other end of the ``peloton.'' No time limits. Our welcoming you at the stage finish only gets warmer the later you arrive. You can choose to stay in the Valhall Camps which include simple breakfasts, showers and some places pools & sauna. Or you can rent your own room, share a cabin with friends, bring a camper-van or...

The organizer Re Cyling Club provides luggage transport, feeding stations, bicyle repair service, first aid and everything needed for you to focus enjoy the experience. The cycling- and social thrills are unlimited. Available starting places are not...

Bicycle touring in Tuscany
by David Cleveland, submitted 28 December 2005
Europe: Italy

David has written a book on bicycle touring in Tuscany. The site offers many useful links for Italy in general, Tuscany, Umbria, Marches, and Lazio, and miscellaneous travel sites; as well as a picture gallery.

How to travel with your bike on trains in Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic
by Brian Wasson, , submitted 7 November 2005

A Web site devoted to the challenges of getting you and your bicycle on a train and to your destination in Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic. Specific ``how-tos,'' detailed photos, hints and tips, useful links, etc.

See all 3 reports by Brian Wasson

Viking Tour 2006 - Noorwegen - 23/07/2006 - 28/07/2006
, submitted 1 November 2005
Europe: Norway
language: no

's Werelds mooiste fietstocht

Zesdaagse cyclosportieve en recreatieve tocht toegankelijk voor wielertoeristen en zij die willen wedijveren met ex-profs. Ontdek Geiranger, Trollstigen, Jotunheimen, Peak Road, Sognefjorden, Vikafjell, Eagles Road, Dalsnibba... 600 km en 11000 m hoogteverschil vanuit Aurland tot Åndalsnes. Een unieke kans om kennis te maken met een exclusieve meerdaagse tocht waarbij de wegen verrijzen uit de Atlantische Oceaan en klimmen tot de pieken in de wolken van West-Noorwegen. De etappes zijn voorzien van gechronometreerde zones, waarvan een klassement word opgemaakt, maar u kan ook gewoon recreatief deelnemen zonder tijdsopname. U fiets 'Touring Class' of voor de dames 'Ladies Class' naast de 'Competition Class' netjes in vijf leeftijdscategorien bij de mannen en de vrouwen onderverdeeld. De organisatie ``Re sykkelklubb & DBS Viking Tour'' zorgt voor transporten van bagage en bevoorrading zones zodat u zich kan focussen op de bergpassen, de fjorden, de watervallen, de gletsersn en de meren.

Biking in Ukraine: tips on where and how to cycle around Ukraine
by Rick DeLong, , submitted 17 October 2005
Europe: Ukraine

All about cycling in Ukraine. Routes and detailed info for Kiev, Carpathians, and Crimea. Trip reports and pictures of trips. General info on Ukraine, transportation, weather, getting your bike on the train, etc.

How to Bicycle In and Out of Paris
by Quoth May,
Europe: France

What you need to know about renting bikes in Paris; bicycling in Paris; subways, trains, and the RER; and cycling out of Paris. French pronunciation; French bicycle types and repair vocabulary; Road signs and their observance; helmets. How to get regional maps, lodging, and tourist sight information. Six bicycle routes and tours out of central Paris, avoiding almost all traffic: Detailed Directions and Photos. On the same site: Seventeen Best Bike Tours in France, Holland, Italy, Germany and Austria.

See all 2 reports by Quoth May

French Trains - our experiences
by Darren Martin,
Europe: France

Eurostar, Paris Metro, TGV, local trains.

A law against cyclists in Spain
by Hildegard Resinger,
Europe: Spain

Henry Kingman's Vanity Page
by Henry Kingman,
Europe: France

This page has a report of the 1999 edition of Paris-Brest-Paris, a history of the Paris-Brest-Paris tour, and other material.

Biking in Abruzzo
by Angelo Bandini,
Europe: Italy

Situated almost in the center of the Italian peninsula only one hour away from Rome, Abruzzo it's one of Italy best kept secrets. Most of its economic life takes place on the coast facing the Adriatic Sea but its very heart lies among the many mountains ranges that run along its territory. Here you can find the highest peaks in the Apennines. Coast and mountains are fastened together by a green belt of gentle hills lined with olive trees and vineyards. Thanks to a foreseeing policy of land preservation now thirty percent of its territory is protected as National Park (4 right now) or wildlife reservation.

See all 2 reports by Angelo Bandini

Amsterdam - City of Bikes
by Scott Munn,
Europe: Holland

Then we saw the bikes. My God, the bikes.

How can I describe them? Should I even try? Well, why not. They were just normal bikes, after all. A bit clunky-looking. Fat and heavy, but not in a judgmental way. After all, they weren't meant for racing. They were meant for lumbering over cobblestones and kerbs and dumbstruck pedestrian tourists and tram tracks and probably along the bottoms of canals, should the need arise.

And they. Were. Everywhere. Even the city aquarium had one in a display tank, dangling like bait above a couple of uninterested fish, and graphically proving, to me at least, that the saying ``A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle'' really means something, at least to fish.

The Romania Pages
by Jeroen van Marle,
Europe: Romania

Romania is an amazing country. Most people imagine the country as rough, poor, violent, dark, or even asiatic. Dracula remains to be the first association with the word Transylvania [...] the black images linger in the minds of people who never were there, and don't consider ever going there. Maybe these pages about this special Eastern European country will enlighten a few of you, and convince you that Romania is a country to be experienced. Travelling there is partly stepping into another concept of time. Things seem to go slower than in our hurried West, and some regions seem to have decided to stop altogether for a century or two. Still, Romania is not a large open-air museum; it is on the move, and sometimes more dynamic than we'd expect. Since 1989 the inhabitants have got acquainted with the concept of freedom. Even though lots of people I spoke to were worried about their economic situation, most were happy to be able to speak aloud again after fourty years of pretty awful repression.

See all 2 reports by Jeroen van Marle

The fortress-church of Homorod/Hamruden in winter
El Camino de Santiago
by Luis E. Arlegui,
Europe: Spain

El Camino de santiago is the most important pilgrimage trail all over Europe. Gotescalco, Bishop of Le Puy, was one of the first pilgrims as far as we know, he did the trail in 950 AD (more than 1000 years ago!!). The first guide of the CdS was written by Aymeric Picaud, priest of Potou, in the XIIht century: Codex Calixtinus. Today, the CdS is called also GR-65 in the International Code, GR means Gran Recorrido or Grand Randonne. It starts in France and ends in Santiago de Compostela.

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