The border of Belarus (including the border with Russia) can be crossed only with documents. The process includes the border control, customs and, if necessary, other types of control.
Not all Belarussian border crossings available for cyclists. Below you will find information on borders, which could be crossed on a bicycle.
UKRAINE: Aleksandrovka, Verhni Terebezhov, Veselovka, Komarin, Mohr, Nevel, Novaya Guta, Novaya Rudnya, Oltush, Tomashovka, Glushkevichi, Mokrany.
POLAND: Bruzgi, Berestovitsa,
Domachevo (now it’s closed for cyclists), 2 special tourist pedestrian-bicycle border crossing (marked as a bright green color on the map) Pererov-Bialowieza in the Bialowieza Forest and Rudavka near Augustovski channel. Also it’s bossible to cross border inbetween Poland and Belarus by electric train Brest-Terespol, Terespol-Brest.
LITHUANIA: Kotlovka, Kamenny Log, Benyakoni, Privalka, Losha.
LATVIA: Grigorovshchina, Urbana.
The information is taken from the official website of the State Border Committee of Belarus as of January 2016. Before the trip, verify information on the site: http://gpk.gov.by/en/maps/ on the page of border crossing of your interest. If there is an error in our data, please let us know.
RUSSIA: Attention! Nowaday (February 2016) crossing the border of Russia and Belarus for foreigners (non-Belarusians and non-Russians) are currently prohibited by road! This is due to the fact that there is no official international border crossing. Foreigners can cross the border of Russia and Belarus only on the checkpoint Veselovka (internatioonal checkpoint, from where you can get both in Ukraine and in Russia). Details.