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Eurovelo (Leg 1) - Brussels to Strasbourg

573 km Distance
2,100 m Ascent
2,000 m Descent

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Possible start to trip. Brussels is amazing and at this point of planning it's a good option for a starting point. If there is somewhere else we want to start or if we need to start somewhere else to facilitate our travelling to Europe, we can definitely work around this area. London, Paris, and Amsterdam are all relatively close. Brussels is not a bad option for an airport either. 


Leg 1. This leg of the trip wold take us from Brussels and through Belgium, through Luxembourg, and into the soutwest corner of Germany/Northeast corner of France and into Strasbourg. This whole leg follows the Eurovelo 5 route and follows a single paved path for the large majority of the leg. The rest of the leg is all on chill roads.   


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