What is a node?
The node network is a marked bicycle network made up of a set of sections averaging 5 to 8 km in length and meeting specific characteristics.
At ground level, each of the network’s junctions (nodes) is identified by a two-digit number. Markers, in the form of a number, indicate the nearest node and the direction to follow in order to reach it.
To plan their route, users make a list of nodes in order, and then follow the numbered markers along the way.