[OSM-talk] "The world’s best [Cycling] map"

Oleksiy Muzalyev oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch
Fri Oct 24 17:01:06 UTC 2014

Hi Pierre,

There are probably many such cycle paths. I cycled myself at North Sea
Cycle Route [1], from Hamburg to Copenhagen, Chesapeake & Ohio (Great
Allegheny Passage) [2] from Washington D.C. to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
and Danube Cycle Path.

The map is always a critical item, as a speed of a bicycle and cyclists'
endurance are limited. There is not much margin for an error, especially
if it is getting dark, or if it rains, etc. Everybody uses a map
constantly on a cycling tour.


[1] http://www.northsea-cycle.com/
[2] http://bikewashington.org/canal/

On 24.10.2014 18:39, Pierre Béland wrote:
> OSM is a good place to document information about these various
> circuits. I wonder if there is any relation like for Camino de
> Santiago trail to document such cycling route infrastructures, adding
> in a relation the infrastructures such as campings, repair shops, etc.
> Pierre

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