The C2C & Reivers B&B Guide provides all the essential accommodation and tourist information for the bike ride from Whitehaven to Newcastle and back again from Tynemouth to Whitehaven. It contains a brief history of areas on the journey together with maps, bike repair shops, good places to eat and interesting attractions to visit.
Pages : 120
Dimensions: 10,5 cm x 15 cm
Whether you plan to take 20 days Ot 20 hours, the Complete Guide covers everything along this 200-mile Odyssey from Newcastle to Edinburgh. Full of photographs, maps, illustrations and historicaJ background, it startS on the Tyne and ends on the Forth. The shoreijpe it follows weaves through Northumbrian fishing villages and vast sandy beaches, and is dotted with ims and castles such as Warkworth, Bamburgh and Lindisfarne. It then follows the gently winding valley of the Tweed, into the heart ofWaitet Scott country, befote descending upon the Scottish capital from the Moorfoot Hills. Whether you are into camping or pampering, it's all here...
Pages: 136Dimensions: 12 cm x 17 cm
On-road and off-road routes taking less than a day.
Superb 1:50.000 Ordnance Survey mappingGradient diagramsPlaces to seePlaces to stopTour fact boxes
In this beautifully illustrated guide to travelling across France by bike you will discover hidden lanes, stunning gorges, amazing places to eat and stay, plus the best of French cycling culture. This iconic journey of more than 1000 miles takes you through some of the country's most striking landscapes.
Illustrated guide to the iconic 1,000 mile plus journey across France, through 21 regions showcasing the country's dramatic rural landscape. Reveals hidden lanes and gorges, places to eat and stay, and the best of French cycling culture. Includes detailed directions and maps.
24 On-road and off-road routes taking less than a day.
Riders don't have to be able to strip a bike to its ball bearing to enjoy all the pleasures of the road. Time Out Cycle London is a practical and beautifully produced book with all travelers need to know to take to two wheels in London. The book's 25 rides are divided into five categories, from beginner routes and Sunday cyclists, to those who want to take their cycling to the next level. Interesting sights along the routes are reviewed, as well as suggested places to stop and have a snack. Tips from cycling pros are also included
This best selling guide to cycling in London is updated for a second edition to include full details of the Barclays/TfL London Cycle Hire Scheme. "The London Cycling Guide" is the ultimate guide for London cyclists. There are 30 leisurely routes covering both inner and outer London. Each is described in detail with a series of points of interest also pinpointed on an accompanying route map. Boxed information with each route shows at-a-glance the start point, likely duration and some suggestions for where to eat and drink along the way. The book also covers important practical information on cycling, such as choosing the right bike for your style of cycling; tips on urban cycling, social cycling and cycling with children; and, guidance on security and insurance as well as information on accessories and clothing. There is a brand new chapter that gives full details on the new London Cycle Hire scheme.
Cycling Traffic Free: London
23 On-road and off-road routes taking less than a day.
Kent - East & West Sussex - Surrey - Hampshire
23 On-road and off-road routes taking less than a day.Superb 1:50.000 Ordnance Survey mappingGradient diagramsPlaces to seePlaces to stopTour fact boxes
Ultimate Scottish C2C Guide
Coast to Coast Across Scotland by Bike: Annan - Forth Bridge
From the creators of the original C2C, this is a new cycle route through the Southern Uplands of Scotland, from coast to coast.
Linking Annan on the Solway Firth and South Queensferry on the Firth of Forth near Edinburgh, the Scottish C2C is a 122 mile signed cycle route. It is a mix of country lanes, high quality cycle paths and seaside promenades with two challenging climbs, over the classic Devils Beef Tub and through the Moorfoot Hills before opening out onto a panoramic view of the Lothians, Edinburgh Castle, and the Firth of Forth. It finishes under the mighty Forth Bridge.
This is the complete guide, including maps, directions, attractions along the way, accommodation and much more.
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