Cycling in the UK: An Introduction to the National Cycling Network (Hardback)

by Donna Wood, Aa Publishing

Format: Hardback 272 pages

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More and more of us are turning to cycling, whether as an inexpensive, healthy and environmentally friendly means of getting to work or school, or as a way of exploring Britain's towns, cities and countryside. More than 75 per cent of UK residents live within two miles of the National Cycle Network, and a continuous program of development led by Sustrans (the UK's leading sustainable transport charity) means it is growing all the time. "Cycling in the UK" is the official guide to the National Cycle Network, bringing together the expertise of two of Britain's great pioneering transport organizations (The AA and Sustrans) to create this comprehensive cycling guide. This updated guide contains all the essential information for planning a cycling trip in Britain - practical advice on what to take, difficulty rating and where to stop along the way, plus expert advice on practical issues such as what to wear and how to stay safe on your bike, as well as tips on basic maintenance. With clearly marked maps, recommended rides, details of what to see, and superb photography, "Cycling in the UK" provides all the information you need to see the best of Britain from the best seat in the house.

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