Welcome at the “BaltiCCycle”!

Welcome at the “BaltiCCycle”!

We collect information on cycling in the so called “Baltic States” – Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia

& provide service / help

Here our latest news:
(Our newsletter appears irregularly several times per year)


Finally online: the Guide to the Nieman Trail!

Finally I put the texts and maps of the Nieman cycle guide together, put them into a pdf and made them available for download here ( for € 2): http://www.balticcycle.eu/shop3/de/spezialkarten-und-reisefuhrer-zum-radfahren/6-lt2-memelnemunasradweg-kaunas-.html Still the booklet is COMPLETELY in GERMAN Lithuania, Nemuno dviračio trasa / Neman cycle trail Vilnius-Kaunas-Klaipėda, News (Blog), Web shop, mapshop

Cycling Map Estonia!

During our visit to Estonia we grabbed some 15 (waterproof) paper copies. So here AVAILABLE only for a short time in the web shop. The new edition shall be available in Summer (but nobody  knows exactly when) http://www.balticcycle.eu/shop3/en/special-guides-and-maps-for-cycling/1-cycle-map-estonia.html News (Blog)

Newsletter ; Daugava river

Well, I’m just working on a newsletter, during the recent 16 month I was mainly occupied with childcare 🙂 Then I got this e-mail. So, if you have some impressions to share, you’re always welcome iki Frankas   Hallo Frankas,   Today I found on my computer a bunch of BaltiCCycle newsletters. It is some more » News (Blog)
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2 thoughts on “Welcome at the “BaltiCCycle”!”

  1. Hi. I hope to cycle on the coastal route through the Baltic Stares this summer. My question regards the wind direction. Is it easier to travel from East to West or West to east.

  2. good question and hard to say: I see a slight tendency that there is more wind comming from the sea (if you are close to the sea), so from the West.
    But if you are deeper in the land it might be different.

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