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The London Cycling Guide: 30 Great Routes for Exploring the Capital

The London Cycling Guide: 30 Great Routes for Exploring the Capital (Paperback)

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"The London Cycling Guide" is the ultimate guide for London cyclists. There are 30 leisurely routes covering both inner and outer London. Each is described in detail with a series of points of interest also pinpointed on an accompanying route map. Boxed information with each route shows at-a-glance the start point, likely duration and some suggestions for where to eat and drink along the way. The book also covers important practical information on cycling, such as: choosing the right bike for your style of cycling; tips on urban cycling, social cycling and cycling with children; and, guidance on security and insurance as well as information on accessories and clothing. Finally a 14-page map section at the back shows all of the TfL cycling routes in central London. It is suitable for anyone who wants to begin or is already cycling in London - either for commuting or leisure.

Sport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationCyclingTravel & MapsTravel & holiday guides Publisher: New Holland Publishers Ltd Publication Date: 01/03/2010 ISBN-13: 9781847735461  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Tom Bogdanowicz is Campaigns Manager of the London Cycling Campaign. He is a highly experienced journalist and former CNN correspondent. He has written cycling articles for national newspapers such as the New Statesman, Guardian, and Financial Times. He lives in Islington, London. The London Cycling Campaign is the largest urban cycling organisation in the world. It has 10,000 members and receives 250,000 unique website hits per year. They have a bi-monthly magazine (London Cyclist) delivered to members.

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