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Cycling the Way of the Roses - Rachel Crolla

Cycling the Way of the Roses

Coast to coast across Lancashire and Yorkshire, with six circular day rides

Guidebook to cycling the Way of the Roses across Lancashire and Yorkshire, from Morecambe to Bridlington. A 170 mile coast to coast across the north of England split into 3 days, with alternative 4 and 5-day itineraries outlined. Les mer
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Guidebook to cycling the Way of the Roses across Lancashire and Yorkshire, from Morecambe to Bridlington. A 170 mile coast to coast across the north of England split into 3 days, with alternative 4 and 5-day itineraries outlined. Maps and route profiles are provided for each stage, with advice on preparation, equipment and accommodation.
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Forlag: Cicerone Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 176
ISBN: 9781852849122
Format: 17 x 12 cm
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Map key

Overview map and profile

Route summary tables

Introduction

Why do the Way of the Roses?

How tough is it?

Logistics - getting there and back

How many days?

Cycling the route east to west

Where to stay

What kind of bike?

Equipment

What to wear

Maps and apps

Signage

Cycling dos and don'ts

What's in a name?

Cycling in Roses country

Using this guide

The Way of the Roses

The three-day ride

Day 1 Morecambe to Burnsall

Day 2 Burnsall to York

Day 3 York to Bridlington

Day rides

Route 1 Arnside and Silverdale tour

Route 2 The Way of the Dales

Route 3 Brontë country and the dark satanic hills

Route 4 Otley and Knaresborough round

Route 5 Around the Wolds in a day

Route 6 Bridlington to Scarborough extension

Appendix A Accommodation

Appendix B Useful contacts
Rachel Crolla is an outdoors all-rounder who loves hiking, biking, scrambling and climbing. Rachel is an outdoors writer and photographer who is also trained as a journalist and teacher. In 2007 Rachel became the first woman to reach the summit of every country in Europe, and co-wrote the Cicerone guide book Europe's High Points soon afterwards.