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Old 04-04-24, 09:24 AM
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Originally Posted by irwin7638
Here's my contribution to the area...
Interesting reviews. Cute tattoo on the cover - yours?
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Originally Posted by mev
Miles from Nowhere by Barbara Savage.
That book inspired me and my (then fiancee) wife to take a summer off and ride coast to coast.
That was one of the top ten events in our lives.
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For a beginner-to-intermediate, the Bike Touring: The Sierra Club Guide to Travel on Two Wheels is a great start. I was puzzled by the ratings on Amazon which thought the book was too basic. It is comprehensive and clear. Great on the Kindle being able to skip around easily. Even though I have been at this for some time, I found interesting stuff that increased my knowledge.
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