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Where to Ride Perth


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product no: 2804644
author: Brent Meyer
publisher: BA Press
isbn:9780987250513
edition: 2nd Edition
edition date: August 2012
pages: 288
size: 165 x 210 x 20 mm
weight: 600 g
format: Spiralbound
sales rank: 21420

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Fully revised and updated, Where to Ride Perth 2nd Edition is the ideal guide to enjoyable cycling in and around Perth.

It 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.

Designed for maximum utility on the go, the book uses a gloss paper stock, tough enough to cope with the rigours of sweaty hands and plenty of use out on the trail.

Riders will appreciate the sturdy construction and convenient spiral binding of the book, this includes a fold out overview map of all rides that doubles as a book marker with map legend, ride ratings and terrain guide. Riders can refer between the map they are using and reference information with ease.

What's new in this edition:

  • 8 new adult rides
  • 24 kids' rides
  • Family-friendly ratings
  • Extensive enhancements to mapping
  • Region overview maps
  • Detailed terrain classifications

For the past 15 years author Brent Meyer has written a number of newspapers and magazines articles on the Tour de France, plus written and presented lifestyle TV programs such as Healthy Wealthy and Wise and Totally Wild. His passion for the outdoors and cycling shines through the images and text, making this book a great read.

Where to Ride Perth will inspire you to get out and ride.

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