National cycling route network

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A national cycling route network is a nationwide network of designated long-distance cycling routes found in various countries around the world for the purposes of bicycle tourism. They are often created and maintained by the government of the country, or at least with the backing or co-operation of the government of the country. Some of the routes in these national networks can be part of international long-distance cycling routes, such as the EuroVelo network of European cycling routes.

Examples of these national networks are the Dutch LF-routes, the routes of the British National Cycle Network, and the USA's United States Bicycle Route System.

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