If youre just getting into cycling, or thinking about giving it a try, then Phils Bicycle Book will help to make your cycling experience more enjoyable, and safer!
Fully revised and updated, Where to Ride Perth 2nd Edition offers clear directions, detailed and accurate maps, written descriptions, photographs and background information for 75 rides covering the full range of cycling experience, including 24 traffic-free rides designed specifically for kids.
Where to Ride South East Queensland 3rd Edition fully revised and updated! Where to Ride South East Queensland offers cyclists of all abilities the opportunity to get out there and ride through a wide range of terrains from beach front cycle paths to narrow mountain passes winding through ancient rainforests.
Printed on water and tear resistant synthetic paper, the Where to Ride Sydney map folds down to a convenient size thats small enough to fit into a cycling jersey pocket.
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.
Craig Marshall and Sandra Lawrie collaborate to bring you the best of Western & Northern Victoria. Where to Ride: Western & Northern Victoria features 75 great rides divided into three regions, from the Great Ocean Road to the Murray.
What could be better than to get away on your bike with a friend to explore the glorious and pristine landscape of Tasmania? With stunning photography and an appealing writing style, Andrew Bain will guide you along 45 of Tasmanias most beautiful rides in this second edition.
Australian sports fans have fallen in love with
cycling’s Tour de France, especially since one of
their own, Cadel Evans, won it in 2011. One of the
wide world of sport’s most demanding challenges,
ththe three-week marathon was staged for the 100
time in 2013. As in now regularly the case,
Printed on water and tear resistant synthetic paper, the Where to Ride map folds down to a convenient size that’s small enough to fit into a cycling jersey pocket.