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Where to Ride: Melbourne MTB

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Where to Ride is an instructional map book written specifically for Melbourne mountain bikers. Where to Ride caters for riders of every mountain bike ability and fitness level, offering a variety of rides all within two hours of Melbourne.

The book is supplemented with gorgeous photos of forests, trails and vistas to inform and inspire you.

Features:

  • Fun rides
  • Challenging adventures
  • Scenery, pristine environments and a huge range to choose from
  • Comprehensive rating system, accurate mapping
  • Concise directions, elevation profiles QR codes for smart phones that link to the trailheads, and an iPhone app makes navigation even easier

Kieran Ryans expertise in mountain biking is well recognised. He established Off Road Cycling Adventures, provided a wide range of innovative MTB programs, coahed many competetive riders at various levels, taught MTB leadership courses at Victoria University, ran pre-season fitness training for an AFL Club, negotiated access issues for MTBs with government departments, and researched and selected MTB sites for the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

West

North West

Urban

North East

East

Mornington Peninsula

  • Cycling legend Cadel Evans referred to the Authors first mountain bike guidebook as "the perfect ride companion". In this edition we also include a couple of training routes ridden with Cadel when he was a teenager
  • Full colour throughout, printed on quality heavy coated stock
  • Colour coded into five logical geographic sections
  • All rides have a one to five star WTR Rating from Beginner through to Experienced Cyclist, which is explained in detail. It’s based on a combination of length, climbing and riding surface
  • Includes a ride overview table at the front which classifies the rides by their distance, terrain and difficulty rating





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