Gravel Cycling – The Complete Guide To Gravel Racing And Adventure Bikepacking, By Nick Legan

“The long, steep climb out of the ghost town of Ashwood swallows riders in the forest.”

Title: Gravel Cycling – The Complete Guide to Gravel Racing and Adventure Bikepacking Author: Nick Legan Publisher: VeloPress Year: 2018 Pages: 304 Order: VeloPress What it is: A where-to and how-to guide to riding gravel Strengths: It looks lovely Weaknesses: Possibly it’s over-stretching itself, trying to be all things to all people Packed with more than three hundred colour photographs, Nick Legan’s Gravel Cycling – The Complete Guide to Gravel Racing and Adventure Bikepacking falls somewhere between a coffee table photo book and a guide to where to go gravel riding, and how to go gravel riding. Gravel Cycling, by Nick Legan For Legan, “gravel roads offer escape from the increasingly busy paved roads around the world. Cyclists are discovering that riding on dirt lanes and gravel roads is the calmest form of cycling, a way to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life.” Bikepacking – multiday gravel grinds ...

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