75 Classic Rides Oregon

Author: Jim Moore
Editor: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1594856508
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The "classic" cycle routes for two of the nation's top biking destinations* Cycling routes that range from family-friendly paved bicycle paths to epic mountain-pass climbs* Easy-reference lists such as "Best Family-Friendly Rides," "Top Climbing Challenges," "Best Water Views," and more* Full color with maps, photographs, and lively turn-by-turn descriptionsFrom a 50-mile route around Orcas Island to an after-work ride through a Portland neighborhood, these new cycling guidebooks offer truly classic routes for two of the nation's most bike-crazy states. Whether you're soaring down a Cascade's pass or pumping along a frothy sea coast, you can bet your bottom bracket that you'll find miles of enjoyment in each of these75 Classic Rides. 75 Classic Rides is the new Mountaineers Books series authored by passionate local cyclists who've put thousands of miles on their bikes to bring you the very best road cycling routes across their state. The focus is on one-day rides (a mix of loops and one-way courses), but you'll also find suggestions for link-ups and some inspiring longer routes for touring, including at least one crossstate route. Terrain varies from flat, paved trails to epic mountain challenges.Sample routes in 75 Classic Rides: Oregoninclude:- Corvallis-Alsea Falls Loop- Crater Lake Rim Road- Wallowa Mountain Rambler- Portland's Skyline Blvd. Traverse- Astoria-Youngs Bay

75 Classic Rides Oregon

Author: Jim Moore
Editor: Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1594856516
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CLICK HERE to download two free rides from 75 Classic Rides Oregon * Bike riding trails that range from family-friendly paved biking paths to epic Oregon mountain-pass climbs * Features easy-reference lists to help you quickly find the biking riding trail for your interests and fitness level * Full-color guidebook with maps, photographs, and lively turn-by-turn route descriptions + FREE downloadable cue sheets for each route From an after-work ride through Portland's neighborhood streets or a family cycle along the flat Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway, to a multi-day tour in the salty breezes of the Oregon coast -- if you're seeking the best bike trails in Oregon, you'll find plenty of blacktop bliss in 75 Classic Rides: Oregon. 75 Classic Rides is a Mountaineers Books series authored by passionate local cyclists who've put thousands of miles on their bikes to bring you the very best bike riding trails across their given state. The focus is on one-day routes (a mix of loops and one-way courses), but you'll also find suggestions for link-ups and some inspiring, longer routes for touring, including at least one cross-state route. Terrain varies from flat paved trails to epic mountain challenges. The bonus is all rides found within 75 Classic Rides also come with FREE downloadable ride cue sheets for each trip. Downloadable ride cue sheets are free with purchase of your book. Each route description starts with the basic essentials to get you going: a brief overview, full-color map, elevation profile, difficulty level, round-trip distance, road conditions, and advice on the best season to ride. Full narrative descriptions tell what sights to expect, best towns for food or a cup of coffee, safety info on road shoulders and bike lanes, as well as turn-by-turn descriptions and mileage logs.

75 Classic Rides Washington

Author: Mike McQuaide
Editor: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1594855064
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The "classic" cycle routes for two of the nation's top biking destinations* Cycling routes that range from family-friendly paved bicycle paths to epic mountain-pass climbs* Easy-reference lists such as "Best Family-Friendly Rides," "Top Climbing Challenges," "Best Water Views," and more* Full color with maps, photographs, and lively turn-by-turn descriptionsFrom a 50-mile route around Orcas Island to an after-work ride through a Portland neighborhood, these new cycling guidebooks offer truly classic routes for two of the nation's most bike-crazy states. Whether you're soaring down a Cascade's pass or pumping along a frothy sea coast, you can bet your bottom bracket that you'll find miles of enjoyment in each of these75 Classic Rides. 75 Classic Rides is the new Mountaineers Books series authored by passionate local cyclists who've put thousands of miles on their bikes to bring you the very best road cycling routes across their state. The focus is on one-day rides (a mix of loops and one-way courses), but you'll also find suggestions for link-ups and some inspiring longer routes for touring, including at least one crossstate route. Terrain varies from flat, paved trails to epic mountain challenges.Sample routes in 75 Classic Rides: Washingtoninclude:- Packwood-Paradise-Stevens Canyon- Skagit (Mostly) Flats- Hurricane Ridge- Yakima Canyon- Walla Walla-Middle Waitsburg Loop

75 Classic Rides Northern California

Author: Bill Oetinger
Editor: Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1594857857
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CLICK HERE to download a sample route from 75 Classic Rides Northern California Bill Oetinger calls Northern California “something approaching cycling paradise.” But, as he says in the introduction to 75 Classic Rides: Northern California, “Even paradise will be a muddled maze if you don’t know your way around it, and that’s where this book comes into play.” this guide is intended for everyone, from novice to expert cyclists. It’s accessible, friendly, and fun, highlighting truly classic rides rated from easy to epic. For Bill, this means wine country loops, Berkeley waterfronts, Santa Cruz mountains, gold Country tours, Sierra epics, and more. think redwood cathedrals and rugged coastlines, grasslands and vineyards——and all along, Bill’s expert advice guiding you down the road. Out of 75 rides, the majority are doable as one- or two-day outings; ambitious cyclists, however, will find a cross-state route to plan for or dream about, too. Each ride includes the following: • A downloadable turn-by-turn cue sheet • Difficulty level and distance • Average time to complete • Elevation gain and high point • Best season to ride • Maps and key resources, including land managers • Detailed route descriptions and photos • Easy-to-use mileage log

75 Classic Rides Colorado

Author: Jason Sumner
Editor: Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1594858594
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• Includes rides ranging from easy to epic • Features rides within easy distance from population centers, plus 2 multiple-day trips and 1 cross-state tour • Free, downloadable turn-by-turn cue sheets for each ride Jason Sumner was on his way to becoming a pro sports reporter when he happened to cover a bike race. It changed his life. He writes, “Becoming a cyclist meant exploring my home state in ways I never had before. Fifteen years and thousands of miles later, I get to share what I discovered with you.” This guide is intended for cyclists from novice to expert. It’s accessible, friendly, and fun, highlighting less-driven back roads, scenic views, epic mountain-pass challenges, and ambling routes. Each ride includes the following information: • Difficulty level • Distance • Average Time to complete • Elevation Gain • High Point • Best Season to ride • Maps/Info on land managers for reference • Directions to start of route • Description of ride: nature of the ride, sights along the way, best places for food/refueling, and more • Variations/Alternate Route details • Full map of route • Elevation profile • Photo

Cycling The Great Divide 2nd Edition

Author: Michael McCoy
Editor: Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1594858209
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CLICK HERE to download the first chapter from Cycling the Great Divide, 2nd Edition * Mountain bikers from around the world test their mettle on this 2,745-mile route each year * Ultra cycling, including this route through the Rockies, are increasing in popularity * 245 miles have been added to the route since the first edition was published and are now covered in this new update Mostly dirt roads, a little pavement, some single track, and 100% adventure await on the great Divide Mountain Bike Route from Canada to Mexico. Cyclists dream of and plan for this life-list trip that starts in Banff, Alberta and rolls through 2,745 miles of wild mountainous beauty all the way to antelope Wells, New Mexico. Michael McCoy and the Adventure Cycling Association (ACA) provide a segmented route guide for you to follow in its entirety or section ride to suit your schedule and stamina. This fully updated edition provides the information you need to stay on route and find food, water, bike supplies, and shelter (camp or stay in small-town accommodations) over the entire adventure. Updated content in the 2nd edition includes info on the 254 miles in Canada that were recently added to the route (with maps and photos), as well as changes and additions to the evolving trail, new resources to access on your trip, and new and revised maps.

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The Insiders Guide To Bend And Central Oregon

Author: James A. Vuskavitch
Editor: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9781573800730
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A passion for the outdoors brings many to Bend. Nestled along the east side of the Cascade Mountains and on the banks of the beautiful Deschutes River, Bend is noted for its invigorating climate perfect for fly-fishing, hiking, biking, kayaking, golfing, skiing -- the list is endless! But Bend and the surrounding towns of La Pine, Redmond and Sisters also boast unique galleries, quaint bed and breakfasts, outdoor eateries and enchanting boutiques. This all-inclusive guide is the ideal traveling companion to discover the most sought-after venues as well as the best places to escape and enjoy the scenery.

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