Brussels to scrutinise cycling’s economic potential for Europe

Cycle tourism under the microscope

The benefits of cycle tourism are to be investigated in a study commissioned by the European Parliament.

The economic potential of cycle tourism will be gauged by a widespread survey, according to this report from BikeRadar.

The probe asks for views on the EuroVelo touring route system, among other more general areas.

EuroVelo, a project proposed by the European Cyclists Federation, has asked the EU for cash to develop 12 long-distance cycle routes across Europe, covering 60,000km. The Federation has asked for 300,000 Euros from Brussels, to continue creating the routes.

You can find the survey here.

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