Links to other related websites (for simplicity just click on the E2E icon - the linked site will open in a new window)
The links are published here (in alphabetical order) in good faith and will be checked from time to time make sure they are not broken - if you find a broken link please let me know.
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- website dedicated to general Cycle Camping, with a section for camp sites that are in the traditional E2E corridors
- Cycle Chat website discussion forum
- a vast amount of really useful information, links, hints and tips
- website designed to offer information on routes within the National Cycle Network as well as the NCN itself and the people behind it, Sustrans.
- everything you need to know about cycling in France
- not exactly an end-to-end - more of a side-to-side
- cycling pages, with everything from cycle touring and camping advice to cycling health and fitness, humour, and safety in traffic.
- all modes of travel are covered
- Al Pewsey's site with information, maps, travelogues, help, advice and links to other End-to-End related sites
- Peter Mann's article that gives a synopsis of his anti-clockwise, 5,400 mile, trip around the coast of the UK
- a number of items including comprehensive resource materials are available
Long distance cyclist Richard Lake has a series of E2E videos - with permission from Richard the link is to his YouTube channel where the videos can be found (together with lots of other cycle-related content)
- a vast range of cycle related information from, sadly now, the late Sheldon Brown who worked at a cycle shop in Boston, USA. Renowned the world over for cycle know-how and mild eccentricity.
- excellent, definitive, guide to the Coast to Coast Cycling route across the North of England