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on 26 May 2017
If you like hill climbing and want a more focused set of challenges then this is for you.
View it as the Mamils equivalent of an ''I Spy'' book of hills.
Some of the hills you will question why they are included as they seem too ''easy'' for the top 100 climbs eg Cheddar or the Rundlestone but that isn't the point of the book as the hills are all challenging either due to their aggressive inclination or simply the length of climb but usually the hills are within fantastic locations which are great cycling regions to further explore. Buy the book and give yourself a 100 challenges.
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on 2 April 2017
Excellent present for my cycling addicted friend!
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on 12 August 2017
Amazing book and very inspirational. In fact, I'm out trying to ride as many of these hills as I can! Apparently only 4 people have completed all 100!
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on 8 September 2017
Absolutely fantastic !!!
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on 19 July 2017
Easy read.clear and good description of what to expect on the ride.
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on 21 September 2017
A must for every cyclist out there.
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on 3 June 2010
What a fantastic book! As the title says, I can't believe it's taken this long for a book like this to hit the market. I haven't really got a lot to add to the other reviews beyond saying that 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs is a really good size which you can acually fit in your pocket - not always a given - and that the information is presented in such a way as to be genuinely useful - for instance, maps you can actually read but which aren't so large as to infringe upon the rest of the information.

The photos are excellent, the information is well presented and the book is the ideal size - I can see myself referring to 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs for years to come.
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on 22 March 2012
The writing is good and the descriptions are concise and useful...but ( and this is a massive BUT). Apparently, fourteen of the greatest climbing roads are in the South East and only seven in the whole of Scotland. The most populous part of the country seems to be the most mountainous, whilst Scotland is as flat as Norfolk. Mr. Warren seems to be writing from the position of sales and not from the truth.
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on 1 January 2015
Thought it might have had more detail about each climb. Just a list.
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on 10 November 2014
The formatting of the book on the iPad version cuts off part of each page making it difficult to read what the Author intended to be read.
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