Ultimate Cycling Trips: World features 20 handpicked destinations for the best slow travel on two wheels.
Including detailed descriptions, suggested itineraries, maps, photos and even interviews with world cyclists, the Ultimate Cycling Trips: World is the perfect guide for planning your own cycling adventure. There are trips to suit every fitness level, from riding through the Italian and French Riviera, to Canada's wildlife-rich Icefields Parkway, and the volcanic island of Jeju off the southern tip of South Korea.
As we grow more anxious about our planet, author Andrew Bain offers cycling trips as one way to minimize our environmental impact while on holiday. If that wasn't enough, there are also the added benefits of improving your fitness and becoming more immersed in your surroundings.
Now has never been a better time to see the world by bike.
About the Author
Andrew Bain is an award-winning travel writer, specializing in outdoor adventure, who can usually be found cycling when he should be working. He's the author of Headwinds (2003, Hardie Grant Books), the story of his 20,000-kilometre bike ride around Australia, and is also the author of Where to Ride Tasmania and Lonely Planet's Cycling Australia guidebook. He continues to write stories on cycling around the world for various publications, including Lonely Planet's Epic Bike Rides of the World, Australian Geographic Adventure and The Age/Sydney Morning Herald 'Traveller' lift-out.