Cycling Climbs of North East England – Simon Warren
When it comes to choosing a top cycling destination, there are three key ingredients to keep in mind; beautiful landscapes, empty roads and, of course, killer climbs. North-East England, from the Pennines all the way up the border with Scotland, has all three in spades. Among its classic climbs are Chapel Fell and Crawleyside in County Durham and the brilliant Plenmeller Common and Prospect Hill of Northumberland. In fact, whichever county you pedal into, you’re never too far from a real challenge, and a cycling trip to remember.
Title - Cycling Climbs of North East England
Author/Editor/Introduction - Simon Warren
Publisher - Frances Lincoln
Date Published - 2017
Edition - First Edition
Cover - Paperback
Pages - 124
Dimensions - 11cm x 16cm
ISBN - 978-0711237056
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