The Meuse cycle route
Signposting and state of the itinerary
The 443 km of the itinerary Meuse by bike are signposted and rideable. The logo of the itinerary "V54" will be indicated on the panels.
The route is mostly developped on designated lanes for cyclists.
Services and accomodations "Accueil Vélo" ("Cyclists Welcome") on The Vélodyssée
More than 15 accomodations (campings, hotels, lodges, guest houses) "Accueil Vélo" ("Cyclists Welcome") are located at less than 5km away from the itinerary and they guarantee quality services for cyclists such as a closed garage for example. We strongly advise to book your accomodations in advance (including campings), especially in touristic areas.
Trains and public transports alongside Meuse by bike
- TER railway Charleville-Mézières <> Givet (see schedule) :
⚠ Work in progress on the line ⚠
- From June 15 to August 28, 2020: continuous closure between Revin (excluded) and Givet
- From July 6 to August 28, 2020: continuous closure between Charleville and Revin.
Alternative means of transportation will be put in place. Bicycle racks will be available for buses.
- TER railway Sedan - Charleville-Mézières - Reims - Paris Est (see schedule) :
Long-time parkings on la Meuse à vélo
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