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Cycling Paradises: 100 Bike Tours of the World's Most Breathtaking Places to Pedal

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Dramatic and panoramic, these are the best routes to ride on two wheels whether you are a passionate newbie or a seasoned pro

Discover the best places to bike in this carefully curated guide to seeing the world on a bike. Organized by terrain - urban, mountain, on-road, scenic - each tour was constructed by leading French cycling expert Claude Droussent who co-founded "L'�t
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Paperback, 208 pages
Published October 16th 2018 by Universe Publishing(NY)
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This is a very attractive coffee table book of cycling places. Divided into four parts: road cycling, mountain biking, city and touring. The sections flow together well. There are lots of fun nuggets of cycling information. Did I mention the pictures are amazing. One of the best shots of the Stelvio I've seen. It would make a good gift for the cyclist in the family.
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