Long-distance cycling route
Long-distance cycling routes are designated cycling routes in various countries around the world for bicycle tourism. These routes include anything from longer rail trails, to national cycling route networks like the Dutch LF-routes or the routes of the British National Cycle Network, to the multi-state routes of the United States Bicycle Route System, to the multi-country routes of the EuroVelo network in Europe, the longest of which is over 6,800 km (4,200 mi) in length.
- New Zealand
- The Timber Trail, Point to point 85km trail crossing breath taking suspension bridges on the North Island, near lake Taupo.
- Long-distance trail, the equivalent for hikers and other walkers
- "The Iron Curtain Trail - experiencing the history of Europe's division". The Iron Curtain Trail website. Retrieved 9 December 2013.
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