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25 Mountain Bike Tours in the Adirondacks (Bicycling)

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Synopsis:

"The Park" is how Northeasterners refer to Adirondack State Park, a 6-million-acre wilderness of hemlock stands, beaver ponds, mile-high peaks, solitude, adventure — and world-class mountain biking. Inside the Park's Blue Line you'll find mile upon mile of hard-packed dirt roads, not to mention a well-developed network of bike trails ranging from the gentle to the exhilarating.

Now Peter Kick, author of two previous mountain biking guidebooks, has selected 25 of the Park's best trails, including tours for every rider at every level of skill. Kick has scrupulously sought out only legal mountain biking trails; most importantly, he places special emphasis on riding each trail responsibly, without damaging the Park's unique and fragile ecology. In addition to providing directions to the trail, each write-up includes up-to-date maps and regulations, surface conditions, trail highlights, nearby bike repair shops, and detailed, mile-by-mile directions.

Synopsis:

Six million-acre Adirondack Park is the largest wilderness east of the Mississippi-and an underappreciated destination for world-class mountain biking. Peter Kick has selected 25 of the Park's best tours, ranging from 4 to 80 miles in length and including something for riders of every level. More importantly, he urges mountain bikers to ride each trail responsibly, respecting the Park's unique and fragile ecology as well as the rights of other trail users. Each tour includes directions to the trail, up-to-date maps and regulations, surface conditions, trail highlights, nearby bike repair shops, and detailed mile-by-mile directions.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780881504095
Author:
Kick, Peter
Publisher:
Backcountry Guides
Author:
Kick, Peter
Location:
Woodstock, Vt. :
Subject:
Guidebooks
Subject:
United States - Mid Atlantic - New York
Subject:
Cycling
Subject:
Bicycle touring
Subject:
All terrain cycling
Subject:
Adirondack mountains (n.y.)
Subject:
Bicycle trails
Subject:
Adirondack Mountains (N.Y.) Guidebooks.
Subject:
Adirondack Mountains.
Subject:
Bicycle trails -- New York (State) -- Adirondack Mountains -- Guidebooks.
Subject:
Mountain biking - New York (State) -
Subject:
Travel-New York
Subject:
Travel - U.S. - General
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Series:
Bicycling
Publication Date:
20080831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
192
Dimensions:
8.28x5.39x.60 in. .56 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , "The Park" is how Northeasterners refer to Adirondack State Park, a 6-million-acre wilderness of hemlock stands, beaver ponds, mile-high peaks, solitude, adventure — and world-class mountain biking. Inside the Park's Blue Line you'll find mile upon mile of hard-packed dirt roads, not to mention a well-developed network of bike trails ranging from the gentle to the exhilarating.

Now Peter Kick, author of two previous mountain biking guidebooks, has selected 25 of the Park's best trails, including tours for every rider at every level of skill. Kick has scrupulously sought out only legal mountain biking trails; most importantly, he places special emphasis on riding each trail responsibly, without damaging the Park's unique and fragile ecology. In addition to providing directions to the trail, each write-up includes up-to-date maps and regulations, surface conditions, trail highlights, nearby bike repair shops, and detailed, mile-by-mile directions.

"Synopsis" by , Six million-acre Adirondack Park is the largest wilderness east of the Mississippi-and an underappreciated destination for world-class mountain biking. Peter Kick has selected 25 of the Park's best tours, ranging from 4 to 80 miles in length and including something for riders of every level. More importantly, he urges mountain bikers to ride each trail responsibly, respecting the Park's unique and fragile ecology as well as the rights of other trail users. Each tour includes directions to the trail, up-to-date maps and regulations, surface conditions, trail highlights, nearby bike repair shops, and detailed mile-by-mile directions.
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