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EuroVelo bicycle routes are a network of (currently 14) long-distance cycling routes criss-crossing Europe in various stages of completion. As of May 2013 more than 45,000 km (27,962 mi) was in place.[1] It is envisaged that the network will be substantially complete by 2020 and when finished, the EuroVelo network's total length will exceed 70,000 km (43,496 mi).[2][3] EuroVelo is a project of the European Cyclists' Federation (ECF).

A stage-by-stage description of the Rhine Cycle Route, from its source high in the Swiss Alps to its mouth at the Netherlands' North Sea coast. You will cycle through many cities, towns and villages i

Ride the Tour de France High Passes. 'Tourmalet remains one of the classic Tour ascents, drawing hordes of cycling pilgrims, as does Col du Galibier, the first Alpine climb introduced into the race (in 1911). Prime among the other famed climbs are the Alpe d’Huez (first raced in 1952) and Mont Ventoux (1951), rising mighty above the Rhône valley. All four passes have been ranked hors categorie, meaning they’re so steep as to be beyond classification.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/france

Road in Col de Turini, France. 20 miles of this road is part of the Monte Carlo Rally with 34 death-defying hairpin turns.

Alpe d'Huez - Tour De France - The climb is 13.8 km at an average 7.9 percent, with 21 hairpins named after the winners of stages there. Alpe d'Huez is the "Dutch Mountain", a Dutchman having won eight of the first 14 finishes.

Cicerone The Rhine Cycle Route: From Source to Sea Through Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands (Paperback)

A stage-by-stage description of the Rhine Cycle Route, from its source high in the Swiss Alps to its mouth at the Netherlands' North Sea coast. You will cycle through many cities, towns and villages i

Neuchâtel

Neuchatel, Switzerland along the Mittelland National bicycle route from Lake Constance to Lausanne on Lake Geneva.