Great Cycle Journeys of the World

Great Cycle Journeys of the World

Hardback

By (author) Steve Razzetti

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  • Publisher: New Holland Publishers Ltd
  • Format: Hardback | 192 pages
  • Dimensions: 226mm x 262mm x 24mm | 1,021g
  • Publication date: 16 April 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1847734634
  • ISBN 13: 9781847734631
  • Illustrations note: 190 colour images, 34 locator maps
  • Sales rank: 9,093

Product description

Featuring 34 classic cycle routes through the some of the world's most stunning natural landscapes, "Great Cycle Journeys of the World" is the perfect companion for cyclists and adventure travel enthusiasts. With the very best routes from Africa, Asia, Australasia, the Americas and Europe, each journey showcases amazing photography that will inspire the reader and open up a world of cycling possibilities. Whether you regularly go on cycling holidays or are new to them and looking for inspiration, there is something here for everyone, whatever their level of expertise. Each route is described in detail, and includes a handy feature telling you when to visit, how long the trip should take, any equipment required, what permits and restrictions are in operation and any points of interest along the way. A locator map also illustrates the route. The next title in the popular series featuring "Walking the World's Natural Wonders and Great Motorcycle Journeys of the World", this book is the perfect inspiration for your next cycling holiday.

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Steve Razzetti is one of the UK's leading adventure sports writers and photographers. He has been an avid climber, mountaineer and cyclist all his life, and is the author of New Holland's Trekking and Climbing in Nepal. He also edited Top Treks of the World and contributed to Trekking Atlas of the World, both New Holland. He lives in Cumbria.