21. May 2012 10:23
Getting around London by bicycle has never been so accessible. With the city’s public cycle hire scheme, cycle superhighways around the capital and improvements to cycle paths in preparation for the 2012 Olympics, there has never been a better time to get on your bike. Cycling is a great way to get fit and experience another side of London as well as saving money on transport. Whether you are a visitor to the city or a life long resident, discover London from another perspective with the best of our cycling books and guides.
Overview: Cycling in London Part of the AA Cycling in Britain Guides produced in conjunction with Sustrans, the UK’s leading transport charity, this handy guide provides a great overview to cycling in the city detailing regional routes on the National Cycle Network. This guide contains useful information on each route including distance, surface conditions, things to do and the national route number. With 20 route options including maps, places of interest, wildlife, local history and views, this guide is a great introduction to cycling routes around the city.
Introduction to Cycling London:Cycle London 2012 From the Time Out series, Cycle London 2012 combines 32 bike rides around the capital suitable for all abilities with each route including bike and kit advice. A great introduction to cycling in the city.
Comprehensive Coverage: The London Cycling Guide The bestselling guide to cycling in London is now updated to include the Barclays/TFL London Cycle Hire Scheme. The ultimate guide for cyclists, it contains 30 leisurely routes including both inner and outer London each accompanied with a route map.
Family Cycling: London WheretoRide Divided into chapters of cycle routes in central, south west, south east, north, west and east London, this guide contains details of 50 routes around the city including the TFL cycle scheme. With a kids section, tips for beginners and public transport information, this guide is perfect for planning a family cycle in London.
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