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High Horizons By Neil Harrison
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This book is a collection of 6 tours around the European Alps undertaken between 2009 and 2016. For each one I have taken a theme, for example Napoleon’s passes and related it to the places... More > that we see today. Not only are the Alps a great place to cycle but because of the ruggedness of the mountains and the remoteness of some of the valleys cultures and traditions have remained longer than in many other parts of Europe. Great armies and large movements of people have had to use the same passes due to the lack of alternatives over this great geological barrier. These passes have been to a degree a focus of my itineraries. All these tours were done from the perspective of a touring bicycle.< Less
Road Riding in The Columbia River Gorge By Clint Bogard
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A guide book of the best road cycling rides in the Columbia River Gorge (Hood River, OR.) Includes detailed information and directions for the best 16 rides in the Gorge.
Betty Bikes London By Jenny French
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A story about the love of cycling, travel and the pursuit of dreams. Join Betty and her Grandpa as the pair enjoy the sights and sounds of London from the comfort of their bikes. Their adventure... More > opens Betty's eyes to the wonder of London and to her Grandpa's past as well as potentially her future. Aimed at all those who love to ride, read and explore. For children who want to read it themselves, recommended age is 7-10 years. For those being read to, then any age!< Less
A Weekend in the Saddle By Daniel Williams
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Follow along with Zhe as he spends a weekend away from home racing his bike. The book is an insider’s look at the sport of cycling at the semi professional continental American level. As... More > someone who has competed at all levels of the sport for many years, the narrative provides racing tips and insights that will be useful for the cyclist just starting out as well as for those who have logged thousands of miles. My intent in writing this book is to share with the reader the triumphs, failures, and insights gained from my experiences. In turn, I hope that the reader learns something about him or herself. There are many reasons to ride a bike. I hope that you have found the right one. Images in “A Weekend in the Saddle” were produced using various oil, block printing, technological and watercolor methods.< Less
A Weekend in the Saddle By Daniel Williams
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Follow along with Zhe as he spends a weekend away from home racing his bike. The book is an insider’s look at the sport of cycling at the semi professional continental American level. As... More > someone who has competed at all levels of the sport for many years, the narrative provides racing tips and insights that will be useful for the cyclist just starting out as well as for those who have logged thousands of miles. My intent in writing this book is to share with the reader the triumphs, failures, and insights gained from my experiences. In turn, I hope that the reader learns something about him or herself. There are many reasons to ride a bike. I hope that you have found the right one. Images in “A Weekend in the Saddle” were produced using various oil, block printing, technological and watercolor methods.< Less
One Man and LEJOG By Antony Last
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On Friday May 14th 2010, Antony Last boarded the Riviera Sleeper service from Paddington to Penzance and, nine or so hours later, got on his bike, set off on a nine-mile pootle to Lands End before... More > turning round and heading up to John O’Groats. 1,056 miles end to end (and a journey commonly abbreviated to LEJOG), topped and tailed with stops at Britain’s most southerly and northerly points. A collection of pieces from his blog and photos taken along the way, this book charts his progress as he made his way up England’s green and pleasant land (taking in bits of Wales along the way) and through Scotland’s Lochs and Highlands. Whilst David Walliams’ Sport Relief team had a satellite van, executive coaches, support vehicles, a pacemaker alongside them as they cycled and motorcycle outriders to assist them on their journey in 2009, Antony’s attempt was solo and unsupported. This is a book about One Man and LEJOG.< Less
One Man and LEJOG By Antony Last
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On Friday May 14th 2010, Antony Last boarded the Riviera Sleeper service from Paddington to Penzance and, nine or so hours later, got on his bike, set off on a nine-mile pootle to Lands End before... More > turning round and heading up to John O’Groats. 1,056 miles end to end (and a journey commonly abbreviated to LEJOG), topped and tailed with stops at Britain’s most southerly and northerly points. A collection of pieces from his blog and photos taken along the way, this book charts his progress as he made his way up England’s green and pleasant land (taking in bits of Wales along the way) and through Scotland’s Lochs and Highlands. Whilst David Walliams’ Sport Relief team had a satellite van, executive coaches, support vehicles, a pacemaker alongside them as they cycled and motorcycle outriders to assist them on their journey in 2009, Antony’s attempt was solo and unsupported. This is a book about One Man and LEJOG.< Less
(Life in the) Breakdown Lane By Paul Maurer
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As a twenty-two year old dreamer, Mike Johnson bicycled across the country. Four decades later, bitter and haunted, he again seeks the solace of the open road. It is there both physical and emotional... More > exhaustion battle redemption one pedal stroke at a time.< Less
End 2 End 4 Parkinson's By Colin Bycroft
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Colin Bycroft's second midlife crisis struck in 2004 when he sold his motorbike (fruits of the first midlife crisis) and bought a pushbike. This book tells how Colin cycled ‘End to End' from... More > Land's End to John O' Groats to prove to himself he was still as resourceful as he used to be, and to raise money for The Parkinson's Disease Society. Profits from this book will also go to the PDS.< Less
End 2 End 4 Parkinson's By Colin Bycroft
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Colin Bycroft's second midlife crisis struck in 2004 when he sold his motorbike (fruits of the first midlife crisis) and bought a pushbike. This book tells how Colin cycled ‘End to End' from... More > Land's End to John O' Groats to prove to himself he was still as resourceful as he used to be, and to raise money for The Parkinson's Disease Society. Profits from this book will also go to the PDS.< Less

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