Good cycling practice
On the “Loire à Vélo“ route, the cycle tracks alternate bikes-only tracks and small roads with no traffic. For your comfort and safety, the route is signposted in both directions. All you need to do is follow the signs!
However, cycling remains an open air nature activity, subject to the caprices of the weather. So you’d better take a few precautions before leaving so as to have the best and safest ride possible.
For your own security, and to really enjoy your trip, make sure you have the weather forecast numbers close to hand, as well as the numbers for the emergency services.
Here are a few tips to help you prepare fully for your cycling holiday, and make sure you get off to a good start.
A cycling holiday offers a great opportunity to enjoy the beauty of nature; and, of course, to respect that beauty.