Ernest Press MBG South Pennines of West Yorks & Lancs
- Ernest Press Mountain Bike Guide South Pennines of West Yorks & Lancs
- Descriptions and Ordnance Survey Mapping
- Where to ride in this beautiful part of the country
Ernest Press Mountain Bike Guide South Pennines of West Yorks & Lancs
The Mountain Bike Guide South Pennines of West Yorks & Lancs describes and maps 26 modular routes in this beautiful part of the countryside.
For a flavour of what's on offer, the publishers have kindly authorised this free download of the Ilkley route.
- 26 modular routes – short, medium and long options plus route linking = 70+ individual rides.
- Ordnance Survey mapping and excellent photography support each route.
- 265-page paperback.
- Published 2010.
'The South Pennines guide book introduces you to the wilderness and urban trail networks of Kirklees & Calderdale, Airedale & Wharfedale and Lancashire. New riding centres: Stainburn, Healey Nab, Gisburn Forest and Lee Quarry mix freely with classic Pennine riding on London Road, around Rivington Pike and on Ilkley Moor.
This guide contains 26 meticulously researched and legal routes; most with short, medium and long modular options detailing routes that can be full day epics, half day rides or a short blast. The modular design means you can choose from over 70 separate possible rides to suit the weather conditions on the day, or simply how much of a ride you fancy. Each route is accompanied by excellent, evocative photography clearly detailing what you can expect to see on route. Ordnance Survey mapping, gradient profiles, clear route descriptions and informative text make planning your ride a pleasure in your living room and routes easy to follow from your pocket, on the trail.'
Our suppliers reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative will do all it can to maintain prices and specifications on this web site, however we do reserve the right to change specifications and prices without notice. Similarly, despite the wonders of modern computers, it is realistic to expect the colour of any item bought to differ subtly from the image online.
|No reviews yet||Submit a review|
|No Q & A's yet||Ask a question|