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Going For Broke By Andi Payne
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It all started with a book, well books, extoling the virtues of some of the greatest cycling climbs in Europe. It ended with a smile and an adventure that pushed my personal limits further than I... More > imagined. This tome follows the ups, downs and sometimes sideways moves and decisions that shaped this trip across Austria via some of the countries highest roads by bicycle. From the gripping Otztaler Radmarathon with its four passes in a day to the blasted landscape of the Gross Gloeckner Alpine Road and on into the tourist heartland of the Salzkammergut. Its not a blog, its not a diary but it is a tale with more turns than the Timmelsjoch Pass!< Less
Going for Broke By Andi Payne
eBook (PDF): $6.55
It all started with a book, well books, extoling the virtues of some of the greatest cycling climbs in Europe. It ended with a smile and an adventure that pushed my personal limits further than I... More > imagined. This tome follows the ups, downs and sometimes sideways moves and decisions that shaped this trip across Austria via some of the countries highest roads by bicycle. From the gripping Otztaler Radmarathon with its four passes in a day to the blasted landscape of the Gross Gloeckner Alpine Road and on into the tourist heartland of the Salzkammergut. Its not a blog, its not a diary but it is a tale with more turns than the Timmelsjoch Pass!< Less
The Coast of Living By Andi Payne
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2015, I decided, would be an easy summer trip, no mountains, dodgy weather or awkward travel arrangements. No instead I'd travel by ferry, enjoy guaranteed good weather and no extreme terrain. Did it... More > turn out like that? hell as like! This tome tracks the highs, lows and frustrations of not just the main trip but other rides along the way.< Less
The Coast of Living By Andi Payne
eBook (PDF): $7.68
2015, I decided, would be an easy summer trip, no mountains, dodgy weather or awkward travel arrangements. No instead I'd travel by ferry, enjoy guaranteed good weather and no extreme terrain. Did it... More > turn out like that? hell as like! This tome tracks the highs, lows and frustrations of not just the main trip but other rides along the way.< Less