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Are We Doing the Stelvio Today?

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When seven weekend adventurers from either side of the Atlantic meet in Geneva, the trip that follows turns into the most memorable journey…

Pack your bags and join Martin Smith on a rip-roaring journey through the French, Swiss and Italian Alps. Filled to the brim with tips about route planning and packing, readers can also soak up the stunning scenery and meet the many of
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Paperback, 200 pages
Published April 20th 28 by The Book Guild
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Bob Womble
May 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I scheduled a day trip not too long ago on my moto and took this book along with my usual tea. I found a quaint little spot somewhere in the middle of my small adventure, broke out your book, and put the kettle on. I remember sitting back and relaxing with a bit of chuckle from the characters in the book and picturing in my mind the vivid images that jump out from your words. I felt myself holding my breath at times waiting to see what lies around the next bend. It was almost like being there. T ...more
Thermalsatsuma
Mar 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is an entertaining account of a motorbike tour of the alps, combining practical tips and advice for planning a trip with reminiscences of scrapes and banter between a group of friends. Some great pictures too, and enough detail to be able to follow the routes that the intrepid adventurers take.
John
Apr 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
A gentle easy read, I enjoyed it. A bit more adventure would have been nice, there was rather a lot of we went from A to B to C and back to A. I got a bit lost trying to follow the journey!
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Martin Smith, adventurer and author, lives in Cheadle, Greater Manchester.

He’s had a great passion for bikes since he was a child and spent many hours on the back of his father’s motorbikes travelling from Manchester across the Pennines and the occasional day trip to Wales.

He bought his first motorbike aged sixteen, while serving an electrical apprenticeship but later sold this for his first car.
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