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by B. J. Walsh

ePub Cycle Touring Ireland download
Author:
B. J. Walsh
ISBN13:
978-0844223919
ISBN:
0844223913
Language:
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (January 11, 1995)
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Subcategory:
Europe
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1464 kb
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1472 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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156

Irish rider Seán Kelly recorded the most wins, four. The first Tour of Ireland race debuted in 1953 and ran until 1957. It was revived in 1965 and ran until 1985. In 1985 the 5-day Nissan International Classic took over as the Tour of Ireland. This lasted for 8 years until 1992.

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Cycle Touring Ireland' is a guide to the very finest cycling routes in the country. It concentrates on coastal routes for the most part, covering the entire island. Beter than all the rest. com User, June 26, 2001. I have just returned from Ireland having cycled from Killarney to Dublin in a clockwise fashion. I cycled 1,054 miles in less than three weeks. While I took M ichelin, Lonely Planet, Irish Tourist Board guides et. I discarded them all in favour of Cycle Touring Ireland. It was the most incredible companion and I followed it faithfully.

Cycle Touring Ireland. Inspiring photos from all over Ireland, taken on cycling trips scuit Tree Cottage, Warmshower Hosts East of Galway,in semi rural Ireland. I believe one of the oldest Warmshower accommodation in the world (?).

Cycling around Ireland is just as much about the scenery and enjoyment as getting to where you’re going. Ireland's varied landscape makes the island an ideal cycling destination, here's how to get started.

Cycling around Ireland is just as much about the scenery and enjoyment as getting to where you’re going Information for cycling in Ireland. Cycling in Ireland's cities. Ireland’s president calls it home. Our island's great cycling routes. Steep ascents, winding lanes and off-road trails: Ireland is a cycling playground.

A readers list to cycling adventures around the world of all time. So, this is my personal list of the Best Bicycle Touring Books of All Time. MOODS OF FUTURE JOYS by Alastair Humphreys. A jaunt through such far-flung locations as Ireland, Australia, Mexico, South America, and beyond, here is a collection of tales woven together with one central theme: the world is a much smaller place when you view it from the seat of a bicycle. A CROSSING: A CYCLIST’S JOURNEY HOME by Brian Newhouse. When Tom Cooper decided to explore Ireland by bike, he couldn't find the guide book he wanted. The Wild Atlantic Way and Western Ireland: 6 cycle tours along Ireland's west coast (Cycling and Cycle Touring). So he set out to write this one to inspire and help cyclists to enjoy cycle touring in Ireland as much as he does. Published by McGraw-Hill (1995). Destination, rates & speeds. 3. cycle touring ireland. Walsh, Brendan; Walsh, B. J. ISBN 10: 0844223913 ISBN 13: 9780844223919.

Explore Ireland by bike with one of BikeTour. com's wonderful tour options in the Emerald Isle. Tours in Connemara, Donegal Coast, West Cork and more.

Full Tilt: Ireland to India with a Bicycle. Here is the first American appearance of a book by Irish travel writer Murphy. Accompany three forty-something biker chicks as they cycle across America. Originally published in 1965, it is the diary of her bicycle trek from Dunkirk, across Europe, through Iran and Afghanistan, over the Himalayas to Pakistan and India. For fifty-nine days, Kathy, Cindy and Mary Anne pedal 3,150 miles through ten states, from California to Virginia. Their journey takes them through lush green valleys, up steep mountains, by farms, and past desolate rangeland.

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  • I didn't think that this book could offer me anything new about Ireland's highways and byways. But I was pleasantly surprised. I have used it mainly on reasonably short trips out of Dublin. It is written in a very readable style and it allows for all levels of ability. There are a few routes that take in glorious mountain views, but yet are not too challenging. I love the fact that every route has a recommended lunch stop - very important!. I am looking forward to trying some of the routes in the west of Ireland, which I love. Hopefully there will be a new edition by the time I have tried all of the routes!

  • I have just returned from Ireland having cycled from Killarney to Dublin in a clockwise fashion. I cycled 1,054 miles in less than three weeks. While I took M ichelin, Lonely Planet, Irish Tourist Board guides etc., I discarded them all in favour of Cycle Touring Ireland. It was the most incredible companion and I followed it faithfully. I just wish I could put Brendan on a personal retainer and have him write Cycle Touring Canada, Cycle Touring USA, Cycle Touring France etc. A fantastic job!

  • I loved this book! It was obviously written by someone who really loves cycling. It is well researched, comprehensive and very easy to use. There are cycle routes suitable for all levels of fitness and the extra information on the scenery, recommended lunch stops etc add greatly to the whole experience. Don't cycle Ireland without it!