Dedicated to organising, developing and promoting all forms of cycling tourism in Europe, the European Cycling Union (UECT) is a non-profit organisation created in 2002 in France. The UECT is a space for meeting, exchange and collaboration between European cycling federations and associations.
With its partners, by developing individual and cultural tourism, the UECT contributes to the protection of landscapes, tourist sites, nature, environment, it guarantees the prevention of heritage and respect for the people living in Europe.
Among the events of the UECT, the most important is, without doubt, the European Cycling Week with parallel Activities of Young European Cyclists, these two organizations take place each year in a different European country, and allow participants and tourists to discover it by bike.

UECT Banja Luka

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Association For Sport and UECT ( European Cycling Union) will organise European Week of Cyclotourism in Banjaluka, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

European Week of Cyclotourism Banja Luka

Event Info

Every day 3 bike tours with a choice of more or less hilly routes will allow you to discover this part of Europe steeped in history and unknown to cyclists. For non pedestrians, the programme of visits is focused exclusively on tourist sites and local crafts with French and English guides. During the days of this event, participants will have the opportunity to meet Banja Luka, Mrkonjić Grad, Balkana Lake, Canyon of Vrbas river, Monasteries, mountain landscapes.
Get to know better our country and culture.

Routes Info

All cyclists / cycling tourists will find likable circuits of choice, that will take them from hilly roads in the northern countryside, to the gorgeous green river Vrbas to the south. They will perform routes along the rivers or up to the top of the Tijesno canyon cliffs.
These courses will be three in number each day from Monday to Friday with more or less difficulties depending on the distance (50-80-110 km), but very accessible with a minimum of training.

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