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As the second book in a one-of-a-kind cycle-touring series, this guidebook reveals hard-to-find information about exploring Washington by bike. Learn about the states remotest ribbons of road in the Okanagan, the best bikeable berry stands in the San Juans Islands, luscious Walla Walla wine country vineyards best reached by bicycle, and routes across the Cascade Mountain Range that will transform you into an interminable lover of the Pacific Northwest. Like a cycle-touring concierge, Cycling Sojourner takes care of the logistics and removes obstacles between you and your two-wheeled adventure, so you can grab your bike and go. The nine tours in the book are meticulously laid out and include cue sheets; maps; and information about weather, difficulty level, camping and lodging options, and how to get to the rides start. Yet, the soul of the book lies in the voices of Thalheimer and the four contributing Washingtonian authors who use storytelling, local history, and humor to elevate the book beyond just an everyday guidebook to an inspirational muse that draws out your inner adventurer.

About the Author

Ellee Thalheimer is a freelance travel writer and author of Cycling Sojourner: A Guide to the Best Multi-day Tours in Oregon and Lonely Planet's Cycling Italy and the coauthor of Hop in the Saddle: A Guide Portlands Craft Beer Scene, by Bike. She is the owner of Into Action Publications and a cofounder of the Portland Society, a nonprofit business alliance that connects professional women who are passionate about bicycling. She lives in Portland, Oregon.

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cdonaldson, July 16, 2014 (view all comments by cdonaldson)
A good book for planning some loaded bike touring in Washington State. The "how to get to/from the start/finish" part is particularly helpful when working through the logistics of getting from Point A to Point B by bike. The first one by this lady about Oregon is also good.
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Thalheimer, Ellee
Microcosm Publishing
Ellee Thalheimer
Sports and Fitness-Bicycling General
Travel-US Western States
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Cycling Sojourner
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