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Riding The Continental Divide By RawHyde Adventures
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This book is a collection of photos from RawHyde's Continental Divide Ride. This book is broken into two sections, the first being a day to day photo itinerary showing the landscapes that form the... More > Continental Divide trail, and The second half of the book gives you a glimpse into life on the road during one of RawHyde’s tours. Enjoy.< Less
Be Brave, Be Strong: A Journey Across the Great Divide By Jill Homer
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Jill Homer has an outlandish ambition: Racing a mountain bike 2,740 miles from Canada to Mexico along the Continental Divide. But her dream starts to unravel the minute she sets it in motion. An... More > accident on the Iditarod Trail results in serious frostbite. She struggles with painful recovery and growing uncertainties. Then, just two days before their departure, her boyfriend ends their eight-year relationship, dismantling everything Jill thought she knew about life, love and her identity. This is the story of an adventure driven relentlessly forward as foundations crumble. During her record-breaking ride in the 2009 Tour Divide, Jill battles a torrent of anger, self-doubt, fatigue, loneliness, pain, grief, bicycle failures, crashes and violent storms. Each night, she collapses under the crushing effort of this savage new way of life. And every morning, she picks up the pieces and strikes out to find what lies on the other side of the Divide: Astonishing beauty, unconditional kindness, and boundless strength.< Less
Be Brave, Be Strong: A Journey Across the Great Divide By Jill Homer
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Jill Homer has an outlandish ambition: Racing a mountain bike 2,740 miles from Canada to Mexico along the Continental Divide. But her dream starts to unravel the minute she sets it in motion. An... More > accident on the Iditarod Trail results in serious frostbite. She struggles with painful recovery and growing uncertainties. Then, just two days before their departure, her boyfriend ends their eight-year relationship, dismantling everything Jill thought she knew about life, love and her identity. This is the story of an adventure driven relentlessly forward as foundations crumble. During her record-breaking ride in the 2009 Tour Divide, Jill battles a torrent of anger, self-doubt, fatigue, loneliness, pain, grief, bicycle failures, crashes and violent storms. Each night, she collapses under the crushing effort of this savage new way of life. And every morning, she picks up the pieces and strikes out to find what lies on the other side of the Divide: Astonishing beauty, unconditional kindness, and boundless strength.< Less
Be Brave, Be Strong: A Journey Across the Great Divide By Jill Homer
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Jill is an unassuming recreational cyclist who has about as much in common with Lance Armstrong as she does with Michael Jordan. But despite her perceived athletic mediocrity, the newspaper editor... More > from Alaska harbors an outlandish ambition: the "world's toughest mountain bike race," a 2,740-mile journey from Canada to Mexico along the rugged spine of the Rocky Mountains. A race of that magnitude demands a daunting training plan, which Jill aspires to until she literally breaks the ice on a frozen lake in the Alaska wilderness. Serious frostbite proves to only be the beginning in a series of setbacks. But, as Jill explains to a skeptical friend, "The fact that something’s impossible has never been a good reason not to try." "Be Brave, Be Strong," is the true story of an adventure driven relentlessly forward. This is the honest account of one woman's incredible journey and simple discovery — to take on the world's toughest mountain bike race, one doesn't have to be the world's toughest woman. Not even close.< Less
Bridges of Venice, Walking Tours By James Broos
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This book provides a way to explore Venice, Italy in a manner never before available. The book divides the bridges of Venice into 27 tours. Each tour provides detailed, step-by-step instructions of... More > how to walk from one bridge to the next. A map of Venice shows the location of each tour. The book includes over 390 photographs of Venetian bridges. Tours take you to locations connected with Marco Polo, Vivaldi, Ernest Hemingway, and other famous people. This is a "must have" book for anyone who is serious about understanding and exploring Venice. A first-time visitor to Venice will discover this book to be very helpful in finding locations away from the hordes of tourists.< Less
The Founding Fathers Farewell Tour of the U.S. of A. By James Syring
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The Founding Fathers come back to life at Independence Hall, borrow a tour bus and with Paul Revere at the wheel, set off to see if the country they created has turned out as they envisioned. Hop on... More > the bus as Washington, Jefferson, Ben Franklin, Abigail Adams and crew travel around a United States that has broken up into a collection of states divided by political, social and religious beliefs. Along the way, they meet up with Teddy Roosevelt, Henry Ford, Sam Clemens, Geronimo and average Americans who all try to explain what has happened since the American Revolution. If you read only one book about politics this year, this should be the one.< Less
The Founding Fathers Farewell Tour of the U.S. of A. By James Syring
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The Founding Fathers come back to life at Independence Hall, borrow a tour bus and with Paul Revere at the wheel set off to see if the country they created has turned out as they envisioned. Hop on... More > the bus as Washington, Jefferson, Ben Franklin, Abigail Adams and crew travel around a United States that has broken up into a collection of states divided by political, social and religious beliefs. Along the way, they meet up with Teddy Roosevelt, Henry Ford, Sam Clemens, Geronimo and average Americans who all try to explain what has happened since the American Revolution. If you read only one book about politics this year, this should be the one.< Less
The Cordillera - Volume 5 By Christopher Bennett
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Each early June the world's toughest mountain bike race kicks off from Banff Canada. The race course follows dirt roads, muddy tracks, and snow covered mountains along the Continental Divide to the... More > Mexican border, some 2,700 miles in total. This race, this cannonball run of pain, is called the Tour Divide and is unique in the world of sport: the clock never stops and no outside support is allowed. The Cordillera is the journal of the Tour Divide. The Cordillera is about things that break - broken bodies, broken bikes, broken spirits. Between these covers are people at their lowest, their most physically and emotionally depleted. Volume 5 of The Cordillera describes the 2013 race. But as always, the Cordillera is about focusing and getting on with the job of trying to reach Antelope Wells. Even if your frame has cracked and is being held together by duct tape. The common thread to all stories is the incredible strength of the human spirit, and what can be achieved if we really try.< Less
The Cordillera - Volume 6 By Christopher Bennett
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Each early June the world's toughest mountain bike race kicks off from Banff Canada. The race course follows dirt roads, muddy tracks, and snow covered mountains along the Continental Divide to the... More > Mexican border, some 2,750 miles in total. This race, this cannonball run of pain, is called the Tour Divide and is unique in the world of sport: the clock never stops and no outside support is allowed. The Cordillera is the journal of the Tour Divide. The Cordillera is about things that break - broken bodies, broken bikes, broken spirits. Between these covers are people at their lowest, their most physically and emotionally depleted. Volume 6 of The Cordillera describes the 2014 race. But as always, the Cordillera is about focusing and getting on with the job of trying to reach Antelope Wells. The common thread to all stories is the incredible strength of the human spirit, and what can be achieved if we really try.< Less
The Cordillera Volume 4 By Christopher R. Bennett
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Early each June the world's toughest mountain bike race kicks off from Banff, Canada. The racecourse follows dirt roads, muddy tracks and snow covered mountains along the Continental Divide to the... More > Mexican border; 2,700 miles in total. This race, this cannonball run of pain, is called the Tour Divide and it is unique in the world of sport: the clock never stops and no outside support is allowed. The Cordillera is the journal of the Tour Divide. The Cordillera Volume 4 is about things that break– broken bodies, broken bikes and broken spirits. Between these covers are tales of people at their lowest, their most physically and emotionally depleted. But the Cordillera Volume 4 is also about fixing, about getting busy and racing south. You will be amazed and heartened by the true stories in this volume. You will laugh and possibly cry as athletes plumb the depths of their endurance and then live to share it with you.< Less