If you are new to Cycle Tourism then a regional audit is the first step you should take.
Read on to discover how you can determine whether your region is suitable for cycle tourism development. As discussed in the introduction pages there are various types of cycle tourism and cycle tourists, therefore the question is twofold.
So, its time to determine whether your region is suitable for cycle tourism...and if so what type.
For example, your region may have excellent wide roads close to several attractions which may be suitable for families. Alternatively your region may have several wineries which are all connected by a disused rail corridor. The options are as endless as the variety of natural terrain which exists, whether is coastal views, riding through the outback or enjoying local heritage attractions. Determining whether your region is suitable for cycle tourism is easily divided into several simple steps.
This section contains an Audit Tool and an Action List to help you work out "where to from here".
This tool kit includes the following pages:
Who / What / Why / How / Audit Tools / Action List