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Traffic-free Cycle Trails: More Than 400 Routes Around Britain Paperback – 15 Mar 2004
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I've only used a few rides from this book so far but it seems clear and well presented.
I liked this book its easy to understand and gives a good clear veiw of the terain that you are planning on cycling, it also shows whether it is hard standing or whether it is grass and also says where the route is down or up hill. Where you have to cross a busy main road is listed and it also gives a clear referance to other booklets for futher information. Overall a good standing buy.
What the book lacks is maps but the book makes up for this in other ways like the illistrations of where to start and what to look out for along the route, in some ways the book also proves that you are on a cycle path by showing pictures of people cycling the route.
For someone like me who has just recovered from a heart attack and not rode a bike for twenty years it shows how much the enviroment has improved where as twenty years ago cycle tracks and paths were only being talked about.
The book showed many cycle tracks where I live that I was unaware of as I live in Gloucester, I highly recomend this book
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would recomend to anybody looking to keep fit.