All bicycles and landscapes photos are free to use, including for commercial purposes; however please do not use pictures with recognisable people as it is very hard to get every one’s permission; those are souvenir photos of memorable bike tours.
Official cycling routes
National cycle routes
In Luxembourg there’s a network of national of 23 cycling routes (as of 2017), locally called Pistes cyclables (PC for short). They are managed by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Sustainable development.
I have been taking photographs of them for some years and it is still a work in progress, so please find the links to my gallery. There are also photos of points of interests next to the different cycling routes.
The pictures of the different PC routes are in the sub-albums of this gallery page (some are missing, either because the PC hasn’t been built yet or doesn’t have enough photos to make an album).
Regional cycling routes
Pictures along the Wisen West Tour, Dällchen West Tour, etc. are located on this page.
- Komoot: my Komoot profile where I publish some of my bike tours and is sometimes behind schedule.
- Strava: follow my ordinary life behind bars and on foot; also check out the Bike2Work Luxembourg and Siggy the Cyclist Strava Clubs.
- Facebook groups: Bike Rides in Luxembourg is a group where users propose bike rides with other members.
- B:loft: originating from Baff.lu, B:loft aims to foster cycling culture in Luxembourg by organising cycling events.
- Cycle Luxembourg: aims to encourage everyday urban cycling in Luxembourg by offering advice, training and community events.
- ProVelo: the first cycling association in Luxembourg (former LVI – Lëtzebuerger Vëlos-Initiativ)
- Luxembourgize! (Twitter, medium, homepage): devil’s advocate of today’s & future everyday walking & cycling infrastructure.
- Siggy the Cyclist (Twitter): Urban Cycling Guerilla; Paint is not infrastructure.
Old pages which are today obsolete but kept for prosperity:
- Bicycle trip from Luxembourg to Strasbourg. That map was done a while ago, it did more or less follow the EuroVelo 5 route being designed today (despite not being signposted all along the way, an OpenStreetMap relations are available in Luxembourg, Germany and France).
- Bicycle friendly routes in Luxembourg. An old collection of GPX files printed into a Google Map and exported as a screenshot. Also made obsolete by OpenStreetMap; I only publish some tips about bicycle friendly non-cycling routes (means idyllic landscape + low or restricted motorised traffic), usually with cycling associations.