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by Christine Maxa

eBook Cycling Arizona: The Statewide Road Biking Guide download ISBN: 1565795377
Author: Christine Maxa
Publisher: Westcliffe Publishers (June 30, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 280
ePub: 1416 kb
Fb2: 1564 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Traveling
Subcategory: Specialty Travel

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Cycling Arizona: The Statewide Road Biking Guide. I ride and my partner doesn't, and she loves National Parks, where good riding can be hard to find, so this book saved our lives-she would visit the park and I would head out to find a nearby ride. Bicycling America's National Parks: California: The Best Road and Trail Rides from Joshua Tree to Redwoods National Park. Road Biking New Mexico (Road Biking Series).

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Some Roads to Try. by Christine Maxa. Author's bio: Christine Maxa book (photographed by David James), Cycling Arizona – The Statewide Road Biking Guide (Westcliffe Publishers) will publish this fall. There’s always a time and a season to road bike in Arizona, which carries a special appeal because of the diverse array of landscapes. Moreover, the state, with more than 80 percent of its countryside belonging to the public, offers dozens of blue-line highways with hundreds of scenic miles of cycling. In the summer, northern Arizona’s high desert and mountain towns make for especially appealing day trips.

The advice included here applies to all forms of road cycling, but it may be overkill for the person who rides only an. .

The advice included here applies to all forms of road cycling, but it may be overkill for the person who rides only an occasional trip the library or grocery store and be insufficient for those planning to ride self-contained tours or participate in competitive bike racing. While you could start there, a better beginning point is to look at what bicycle you may already have on hand or can borrow or rent.

Complete mountain biking information for Flagstaff, Arizona with maps, photos, trail descriptions, biking guides .

Complete mountain biking information for Flagstaff, Arizona with maps, photos, trail descriptions, biking guides and outfitters, and more.

Christine Maxa’s encyclopedic guide has everything from culture and history to the perfect 18 holes of golf; from luxurious spas to rugged backcountry adventures.

The Road Book is essentially a statistical summary of the professional cycling season, with many added extras. Whether it is a long overdue and welcome arrival, or an idea that has no relevance today, only time will tell. Either way, it does a fine job of delivering on the promise to be 'the first ever comprehensive cycling almanack'. The Comeback, Greg LeMond, by Daniel de Visé - £1. 5. Greg LeMond remains the only American rider to have officially won the Tour de France.

An extensive guide to riding the Grand Canyon State's most scenic routes, Cycling Arizona will show you where to experience Arizona's beauty on two wheels. Elevation profiles and detailed maps help you plan your trips or even combine rides for a statewide tour. Whether you're a casual rider or a cycling enthusiast, road biking Arizona has never been this easy.
Comments: (7)
Ka
Yes there are 106 routes organized into 10 regions, and some good pictures. BUT ... the directions to the starting points of the routes are often inadequate and the maps are confusing and incomplete. If you are able to do your own additional research, this can be a useful guide, but it's disappointing as it is. Althought the route descriptions include a "degree of difficulty", they don't even say if they are paved or dirt. And many include dirt segments that would be unsuitable for a road bike. Too bad, with a little more work, this could be an excellent resource. As it is, you have to do a lot of additonal research on your own.
Dorintrius
I had read reviews about the book that some of the maps were too vague for use. I found that to be true for my first ride. The instructions for the start point were terribly inaccurate and it took us quite a bit of time to find the start point on our own.
Shliffiana
Decent guide book, but route descriptions can be a bit confusing
Agamaginn
Lots of routes....
Vathennece
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Dori
A must have for any Cyclist living in the State of Arizona. If you are from out-of-state and are planning to spend some time cycling in Arizona (and I highly recommend it), buy this book - you will be glad you did :) The info in the book is very accurate and informed me about many routes that I was not aware of (even after living in Arizona for 20 years).
Fearlessdweller
Intended to use it on a cycling trip around Arizona but it was cancelled due to ride leader heath problems. It is still sitting on my shelf so maybe I'll get to use it sometime in the future.
"From trips long the Grand Canyon's rim to roller coaster rides through the Sonoita Wine Country, this book contains 106 routes within day-trip range from cities throughout the state. Whether you're a skilled cyclist looking for a challenge or a casual rider in search of scenery, this guide provides all the information you need...."

"Each ride is accompanied by an elevation profile, as well as a guide to mileage, difficulty, and peak cycling periods. Find out where to stay and where to eat and plan your trek using regional and local maps...."

- 106 routes
- 101 color photographs
- 11 regional maps
- 13 detailed local maps
- 280 pp