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Bicycling The Pacific Coast

Vicky Spring, Tom Kirkendall

Covering the almost two thousand miles of the Pacific Coast, an updated guide offers detailed route information from Vancouver, B.C., to the Mexican border, with information on pre-trip planning, road conditions, campgrounds, and more.

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Cycling Across North America: A Leisurely Route from Coast to Coast

Lue Christian, Shannon Christian

These senior authors had one mission: try to travel across the U.S. and avoid the big climbs and the vast open spaces.

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Cycling Along Europe's Rivers: Bicycle Touring Made Easy and Affordable

Michael Lyon

Covering the almost two thousand miles of the Pacific Coast, an updated guide offers detailed route information from Vancouver, B.C., to the Mexican border, with information on pre-trip planning, road conditions, campgrounds, and more.

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Cycling in the French Alps (Cicerone Guides)

Paul Henderson

Taking in 12 cycling challenges, one a month for a year, across Britain and southern Europe, this book looks at what it takes to tackle some of the most iconic events in cycling.

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Cycling Past 50 (Ageless Athlete Series)

Joe Friel

Provides a training schedule, exercises, nutritional guidelines, equipment suggestions, and tips on technique for safe and healthy cycling for the middle-aged

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Cycling's Greatest Misadventures



Erich Schweikher, Paul Diamond. All amateur racers who head to Belgium to test their mettle get an official welcome. When I arrived five years ago, I got poached on every training ride I took. Recreational cyclists would see me riding solo and ...

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Every Woman's Guide to Cycling: Everything You Need to Know, From Buying Your First Bike toWinning Your First Race

Selene Yeager

The Fitness Chick columnist for Bicycling magazine compiles a comprehensive guide to the sport of cycling for women of all ages, abilities, and fitness levels, with helpful suggestions on how to find the perfect bike and other accessories, ...

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Half Man, Half Bike: The Life of Eddy Merckx, Cycling's Greatest Champion

William Fotheringham

A number-one bestseller in the United Kingdom, Half Man, Half Bike is the definitive story of a man whose fear of failure drove him to the highest pinnacles before ultimately destroying him.

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It's Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life

Lance Armstrong, Sally Jenkins

The champion cyclist recounts his diagnosis with cancer, the grueling treatments during which he was given a less than twenty percent chance for survival, his ...

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Need for the Bike

Paul Fournel

An extended meditation on cycling as a practice of life, the book recalls a country doctor who will not anesthetize the young Fournel after he impales himself on a downtube shifter, speculates about the difference between animals that would ...

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