If you want to get a printed version of the EuroVelo network map sent to you and support the EuroVelo project, you can do so here.
At the end of February 2013, the European Cyclists` Federation (ECF) published a new EuroVelo map providing an overview of the 14 long distance cycle routes that make up the European cycle route network. The map was launched to a professional audience at the ITB Berlin during the first week of March.
The new map shows the itinerary and the current status of each route (realized, non-realised and planned), the main public transport connections, as well as some of the major tourist attractions to look out for along the way. On the back of the map is a short introduction to each of the 14 routes designed to inspire potential cycle tourists to head out on their bikes. There are also links to sources of further information at a national level.
The map serves as a free promotion tool for the new EuroVelo website designed for the public: www.EuroVelo.com. The map is available online for home printing using the link below. Printed versions of the maps will be made available at various events (to be advertised on this website and EuroVelo.com) or by contacting the appropriate National EuroVelo Coordination Centre and Coordinator (NECC/C) or the ECF (please be aware that there may be an associated handling and postage fee).
Copies of the previous version of the map are still available. For more information please view here.