Gravel Rides Scotland

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Description

Gravel Rides Scotland contains 28 routes, ranging from 31 to 128 kilometres in length, exploring the very best gravel riding thatScotland has to offer.

The routes are clustered within six outstanding gravel destinations:
The Scottish Borders;
Dumfries and Galloway;
Argyll and Bute;
The Trossachs;
The Cairngorms; and
North West Scotland

Gravel riding is the fastest growing cycling discipline – this book showcases the finest routes in Scotland, its natural home. Each section makes the perfect base for a short break, or combine some of the routes together on a bikepacking trip.

Each route includes all the information you need to help you plan your ride, interesting background information about the local area, types of terrain covered and refreshment recommendations. In addition to detailed directions, stunning photography and overview mapping. Downloadable GPX files of the routes are also available.

This book is full of practical tips and advice on all aspects of gravel riding, including the bike itself, essential kit to carry when out on a ride, as well as a brief history of gravel riding in Scotland.

Features

Product overview

  • Written by Ed Shoote, experienced gravel cyclist and writer
  • Contains 28 routes, ranging from 31 to 128 kilometres in length
  • Includes bespoke maps and stunning action photography
  • Downloadable GPX files of the routes are available
  • Full of practical tips and advice on all aspects of gravel riding
  • Technical details

    Author

    Ed Shoote

    Published

    7th April 2022, First Edition, Vertebrate Publishing

    Specifications

    Paperback with flaps
    210mm x 148mm
    272 pages, full colour throughout

    ISBN

    9781839810503