Justin Taylor has some helpful links to various Bible reading plans. I don't plan on reading through the Bible next year but I have done so in the past. The key to success for me was, oddly enough, not to stick to the plan. Once you fall behind it becomes a chore more than a pleasure. So what I would did was I read as long as I was comfortable. I inevitably would end up a couple of weeks ahead of the plan. This allowed me some breathing room for when I might miss a day or two (or three or four). Some plans have those "free" days built in but it is usually not more than a few of days. This also allowed me the freedom to stop and do more detailed study on a passage if I wanted. This happened on several occassions and I was glad to have the time to "stop and smell the roses." Finally, I never cared for the little pamphlets or cards with the passages listed. I would always lose it or forget to check something off. I prefered the One Year Bible. (I did the NLT three years in a row a loved it.) Here are the links to Taylor's blog:
Bible Reading Plans
Six Ways to Access the ESV Bible Reading Plans
ESV Reading Plans as Podcasts
Bible Reading Plan for Shirkers and Slackers
Jeff at Scripture Zealot also provides a link to 20+ reading plans. Jeff notes that most of these are for hand held type devices.
Occasionally, I get a request for a "Two Year Bible." Yes, they did make one but it is now out of print. You can find a copy on Amazon here.