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Where to ride London, England - Nick Woodford
Cycling in London is booming! Everywhere you look cyclists are zipping around the city; commuting to work, visiting friends or just riding for the pleasure of it. This book is written for anyone looking to ride new and interesting paths through the city. Detailing 50 beautiful rides that will charm and inspire you and indeed help you discover the city anew, Where to Ride London is the ultimate guide for recreational cyclists either native Londoners or riders visiting from abroad. There are 5 kids specific rides, great for youngsters and learners-and a further 21 tagged as 'kid friendly' for fledgling riders, helpful information for parents looking to get the family out and about on two wheels. Along with brilliant text from Nick Woodford, author and contributor to many other travel books like Rough Guides and Alistair Sawdays, there are around 180 evocative colour photos that capture the essence of life on two wheels in London. Crammed full of information on the history, culture, and people of London there is also loads practical help on how to prepare and what to take with you. About the Author Nick Woodford: Born and raised in London, Nick thought he had the city pretty well sussed, but creating this guide has been a voyage of discovery rekindling the excitement a first time visitor would feel. Nick has journeyed the world, writing and contributed to many other travel books including Rough Guides and Alastair Sawday's, but this is the first time he has had the chance to cover his own beloved city and in his words "there is no better way of doing it than by bike".
No of Pages: 256
Page Size: 210 x 148
Publisher: BA Press
Published Date: August 2010
Cover: paperback, wir-o-bound Illustrations: 180 col photos
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