Can you visit 10 countries on your bicycle?

This is exactly what cyclists will do when they join the EuroVelo 6 or EV6.

The EV6 according to the World Economic Forum is a cycling route in Europe that goes from the Atlantic Sea to the Black Sea.

Cyclists joining the EV6 will ride alongside six European rivers taking dedicated bike paths or roads with little traffic.

It’s also a way of seeing the continent’s most beautiful sights.

The EV6 starts from Saint-Nazaire in France, passing through Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania.

Some major rivers that will be crossed by the cyclists are thr Loire, Saône, Rhine and the Danube, Europe’s second longest river.

Cyclists will also get to pass through Europe’s capital cities such as Vienna, Budapest and Belgrade.

But joining EV6 is a long ride – that is 3,653 km of cycling.

Are you willing to take your bike this far?

Sight-seeing from the saddle.🔎 Learn more about cycling in Europe: https://wef.ch/2KJTj27

Posted by Video – World Economic Forum on Monday, February 18, 2019

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