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Wild Cycling: A pocket guide to 50 great rides off the beaten track in Britain

Chris Sidwells

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Wild Cycling, United Kingdom, Great Britain, Prose: non-fiction, Cycling, Travel & holiday, Travel & holiday guides, Travel with children / family holidays, Travel maps & atlases, Travel maps, Cycling, boarding & skating (Children's / Teenage)

An illustrated guide to 50 great, original rides off the beaten track in Britain, carefully chosen by Chris Sidwells

'A wildly inspiring adventure - from armchair to saddle.'

'A lovely concise guide.'
A. W. Baird

Here is plenty of inspiration for anyone who loves to ride off road and get out into the wild and stunning scenery of the British mainland. Each route suggests further routes and the book as a whole introduces the wild cyling potential of a range of different locations.

These natural routes to wild places link country lanes, green lanes, bridleways, towpaths, trails and often ancient ways between places.

The book is illustrated in colour and each ride includes an annotated route map and ride profile, also OS grid references. And a fact file gives further indispensable details, including an indication of how hard each ride is, and how wild.

From Chalk Cliffs and Curious Sound Mirrors in the south-east to Cape Wrath in the north-west, the purity, beauty and essential wildness of these rides will ensure that over the years many of them will become classic, even legendary cycling challenges.

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Chris Sidwells

CHRIS SIDWELLS is a freelance writer, editor and owner of independent publisher Cycling Legends He has written well over 1,000 articles for, among others, Cycling Weekly. Chris has written twenty books about cycling, as well as editing or contributing to ten others. His most recent book is Cycling Legends 01. Tom Simpson, an intimate portrait of Britain's first men's elite road-race world champion. Chris has a degree in geology, is a qualified cycling coach and an active cyclist with years of racing and riding experience in every aspect of the sport. He has won races on the road and in track and in every age group from youth to masters.

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