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Find my cycling route

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Practical Info

Where to sleep ?

Hotels, campsites, hostels and other accommodation for groups are available all along the route. Many of them offer specially adapted services to cycle tourists.

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Guides and informations

Maps and topoguides to prepare your cycling trip on the Tour de Manche

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Where can I hire or repair a bike ?

Renting a bike is a good way to kit out a group or to ensure that what you are riding is of good quality and properly equipped.

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Train & bicycle

To travel green, consider the train! The TER and other trains provide a practical way to begin your journey, get back to the start, organise a weekend get-away or even skip a stage.

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The Cross-channel Connection

The Tour de Manche route crosses the Channel via ferry from six main ports along the route: Roscoff, St Malo, Cherbourg, Plymouth, Poole - adding the pleasure of a sea cruise to that of your bike trip.

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Setting off on your journey

What could be more exciting than setting off on your bike to discover new landscapes in your own time, and explore a new stage each day? If well prepared, this easy-going adventure is within everyone’s reach.

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The GPS tracks

You can download the GPS tracklog of the cycle trail on this page.

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Your Own Cycling Roadbook

Create your own cycling travel roadbook and diary on Tour de Manche, including stages that interest you and adding photos of your trip. Then have fun sharing your roadbook with other users !

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Frequently Asked Questions

Creating an account, GPS tracks...

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Cyclists Welcome services

Cyclists Welcome (Accueil vélo) is a national french mark guaranteeing a high quality of welcome and of services for cyclists using the Tour de Manche cycle route.

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