ac More than 50% new photos throughout ac 60 rides total, up from the original 50, chosen for their interest, beauty, and safety ac Read a Rideadownloadable cue sheets! Nothing beats riding a bike on a sunny day, and this popular cycling guidebook has been lovingly updated with more fun than ever. As with the first edition, author Bill Thorness includes interesting sights, delicious break stops, and other novelties along the routes to make your outings more than just a sum of the miles ridden. Says Thorness, aIave filled a lot of holes in regional cycling info, due to the expansion of the cycling trail network and addition of new bike facilities since the first edition. Iam excited about the result.a Thorness reviewed and rechecked all of the rides from the first edition. Also in this edition are new aRoute Connectionsa that help riders link up multiple routes to give themselves a longer one-day ride or even create multiday tours.30.9 Left at corner onto Paradise Lake Rd. to cross SR 522. 31.0 Right onto ... 35.9 Cross 140th Ave. NE at stoplight. Continue forward. 36.5 Left onto 131st Ave . NE. Caution: heavy traffic. 36.6 Arrive at Wilmot Gateway Park to end ride.
|Title||:||Biking Puget Sound, 2nd Ed.|
|Publisher||:||Mountaineers Books - 2014-09-24|