The ultimate guidebook to happy cycling
There is no happier cyclist than a Dutch cyclist. This is not only because The Netherlands is mainly flat, but also because the Dutch enjoy the most extensive cycle network in the world. This small country has over 25,000 miles of high quality traffic free cycle routes (!) and on many occasions cyclists have priority over motorised traffic. This is a cyclist’s paradise; whether you are a novice cyclist, want to give children a safe and fun cycling experience or want to do serious mileage in a unique cycling minded environment; the ultimate destination for the perfect cycling holiday!
The guidebook Cycling The Netherlands - The very best routes in a cyclist’s paradise contains over 700 kms (430 miles) of high quality cycling routes with full route descriptions, high profile mapping, visitor information and accommodation suggestions. Whether you fly to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or arrive on a ferry from the United Kingdom, clear and concise travel information is included.
To thank you for your valued order, we'll also supply you with a free article in PDF-format about the Ultimate Amsterdam Bike Ride and free GPS-tracks of this route for your outdoors navigation device!
The "Cycling in The Netherlands" Road Show:
We'll be on our way in spring to meet you at southern England's most popular cycling cafes to inform you in person about the book and its routes. Of course, you also have the opportunity to purchase a copy of the book, signed by the author. We'll also have our London-Land's End Cycle Route Book for sale. During autumn 2013 we visited Route 2 Cafe, Topsham (near Exeter),Fremington Quay Cafe (near Barnstaple, North Devon on the Tarka Trail), Maunsel Lock Canal Centre (halfway on the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal, Somerset), Strawberry Line Cafe and Warmley Waiting Room (on the Bristol & Bath Railway Path, on the east side of Bristol).