Planet Earth's Greatest Motorcycle Adventure Tours

Planet Earth's Greatest Motorcycle Adventure Tours

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There's something about motorcycles, and the lure of freedom and the open road that they promise. Whether you're planning your first trip or seeking a new destination to add to your previous journeys, this book will inspire you. With routes taking in the very best of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada and South America, there really is a trip here for every rider.Accompanied by stunning photography from around the globe, the journeys described here are perfect for everyone, whatever the level of expertise on the bike. Each route contains a tool box telling you when to visit, other routes you can do in the area to extend your ride, and exactly what options are available to you in terms of your motorcycle - whether you take your own bike into the country, make arrangements to rent machines there, or book a bike-inclusive tour. Each trip covered includes a map showing your route and points of interest along the way.Featuring awe-inspiring journeys from the snowy passes of Patagonia to Australia's Red Centre, Planet Earth's Greatest Motorcycle Tours is the perfect inspiration for your next big motorcycling adventure.

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Product details

  • Hardback | 192 pages
  • 223.52 x 261.62 x 20.32mm | 1,043.26g
  • Motorbooks International
  • Wisconsin, United States
  • English
  • Unclassified.
  • colour photographs
  • 0760335451
  • 9780760335451
  • 306,404

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About Colette Coleman

COLETTE COLEMAN has worked for several of the UK's leading action and adventure tour operators. Travel is a big part of her life personally as well as professionally. Beginning summer 1995 she and her partner spent two years motorcycling from England to Australia. They covered some 25,000 miles and rode through Europe, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and Australia.

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