Bicycle Texas by Tom Johanningmeier

Bicycle Texas

byTom Johanningmeier

Kobo ebook | March 21, 2016

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Perfect for the cyclists in the family. Texas and its rugged beauty are best experienced by bike. This guide highlights some of the state's best rides within its 270,000 square miles. Some are scenic. Some are challenging. A lot are both. But beginners will find rides for them too -- flat routes on lightly traveled roads and dedicated paths that run for miles in a number of the state's biggest cities. The book includes A list of the best-known mountain biking trails, a calendar of top cycling events, a complete of shops and custom bike builders, as well as a directory of cycling clubs. All contained in a book that will easily slip into a bike jersey pocket. The most complete and up-to-date Texas biking guide available in print.

Acclaim for Bicycle Texas:

'Each page has a multitude of information about the featured ride... A rundown of the information provided for each ride: a route map with road numbers or street names, mileage points from start to finish, elevation profile,a brief description of the route or points of interest on the route, length of the route, a dot system showing the difficulty, peak elevation, elevation gain. It's recently published with lots of information about routes, bike shops, bicycle clubs and other resources for the casual to avid bicyclist.' -Rick Ankrum --texbiker.net blog

'What better way to see some of Texas' spectacular landscapes than from the saddle of a bicycle? To help you plan a two-wheeled excursion, Great Texas Line Press has published a pocket-sized book that maps out dozens of cycling routes throughout the Lone Star State. The 80-page book maps out more than 50 rides some long-established scenic routes such as the one starting and ending at Fort Davis in the Big Bend country, fixtures on the cycling calendar such as the Hotter N Hell Hundred at Wichita Falls and urban rambles through such cities as Fort Worth and Dallas.' --Jim Peipert, Jim's Bike Blog

'I give the book a big thumbs up. The little book packs in a lot of useful information in an easy to read format. It s the perfect size to fit in the pocket of a bike jersey, or any cyclist s Christmas stocking.' --Jami Clayman, Love to Pedal bog


'Bicycle enthusiast and author Tom Johanningmeier has put together a handy pocket guide for cyclists. The 80-page book is packed with useful information, including maps of bicycle treks from all parts of the state as well as cycling tips, lists of bike shops and clubs around Texas, and contact information about cycling events.' --Bryan/College Station EAGLE

Title:Bicycle TexasFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 21, 2016Publisher:Great Texas Line PressLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990051573442

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