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Bilingual or trilingual presentation of radweit-routes:

Cycling connections between Paris and the Rhine:
Paris – Maubeuge – Louvain – Venlo – Wesel (for various destinations in nrthern Germany)
Paris – Bar-le-Duc – Toul – Strasbourg and – Pforzheim – Weil der Stadt (for various destinations in southern Germany)
    • Nancy – Freiburg im Breisgau followed by Strasbourg – Zürich
    • München (Munich) – Ulm – Karlsruhe (only in German)

Cycling connections between Reims and Germany:
Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle) – Namur – Charleville-Mézières – Reims
  farther north: Venlo – Namur
Köln (Cologne) – Eifel – Ardenne belge – Charleville-Mézières – Reims
Reims – Dun-sur-Meuse – Nord de la Sarre – Mainz (Mayence)
    connected (only German presentation):
    • Bad Kreuznach – Miltenberg (towards the valley of river Main; only in German)
    • Mainz (Mayence) – Frankfurt (Francfort-sur-le-Main) – Hanau (towards central Germany; only in German)

Cycling connections inside France:
Paris – Reims
Reims – Bar-le-Duc

Cycling connections with Brussels:
Paris – Brussels, jusqu'a Maubeuge comme Paris – Wesel
Brussels – Leuven (Louvain) – Köln (Cologne)
Brussels – Leuven (Louvain) – Düseldorf,
  in Belgium and the Netherlands like Brussels–Cologne by bike
• Brussels – Leuven (Louvain) – Duisburg – Dortmund, see also Paris – Wesel by bike, sections
  IV: Brussels (*) – Leuven (Louvain) – Heusden-Z. and
  V: Heusden-Z. – Venlo (– Wesel) and
   the trail (**) Dortmund – Duisburg – Venlo or Kessel (in Limburg NL).

(*) Section III of the cycling recommendation Paris–Wesel is included in map I
  of the routes from Brussels to Cologne and to Düsseldorf.

(**) Two maps, one for Dortmund–Venlo by bike and one for Dortmund–Kessel by bike,
  different only between Grefrath and river Maas, only in German,
  almost the entire tracks are in Germany.