Book Review: Rough Stuff Cycling in the Alps (and book give-away)
the original guide to adventuring by bike in the Alps, PLEASE SEE THE BOTTOM OF THIS ARTICLE FOR A CONTEST TO WIN A FREE COPY Back in February , I told you I was excited about a Kickstarter project to finance the republishing of Rough Stuff Cycling in the Alps - a guidebook of 300 unpaved alpine cycling routes. Well time flies. The book has now been published. Exciting. From the Kickstarter program: Rough Stuff Cycling in the Alps guidebook was compiled by Fred Wright and self-published in 2002. It preserved the collective wisdom of generations of riders who pioneered riding the ‘rough stuff’ – riders who headed into the high peaks armed only with touring bikes and canvas rucksacks, sandals and floppy hats, crossing mountain ranges and joining up towns and famous cols on little-known gravel tracks, dirt trails and even icy climbs(!). This was gravel biking before gravel ...
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