Cycling in the Peak District

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A guidebook for the leisure cyclist, mountain biker and family rider. It features eighteen routes, between 9 and 23km in length, which explore the traffic-free lanes and off-road trails of the Peak District. It also includes suggestions on where to ride with children and a section on where to ride along dedicated cycleways away from the traffic.
Vertebrate’s “Cycling in the Peak District” is a cycling guide aimed at the more leisure oriented cyclist, the family rider and the occasional mountain biker. The book covers 20 cycle routes ranging between 9km and 23km.

The routes are divided into five sections throughout the book: family; easy; medium; hard; railway trails; and seafront trails. For every route information is given on length, nearest bike hire, the relevant Ordnance Survey map to accompany it, a gradient diagram for the types of terrain elevations you’ll encounter, even a recommended place to get food and drink. Simple, bold coloured mapping shows A and B roads, some points of interest, and the route itself, with a simple description of each part of the route as you go along.

The back of the guide contains contact numbers for tourist information offices, bike hire centres, and places to eat.
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Weight 0.000000
Author Fenton, Tom
Availability IP
Department Cycling
Edition Reprinted with
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781906148003
Pages 112
Published 26/04/2007
Publisher Vertebrate Publishing
Section Cycling Guides
Size Unfolded 18x18cm
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