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Book of the month: Traffic-Free Cycle Trails

Tuesday, 2 August 2016

The Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games begins this month so while we’re all fired up to watch elite athletes in action, there seems no better time to revisit one of our most popular guidebooks – Traffic-Free Cycle Trails – to inspire us get out there and test our mettle. 

To help you make the most summer too, we’ve selected three Yorkshire trails from the fully updated third edition of the book, and made them available to download as a PDF. Yorkshire is known for its grand coastline and rolling countryside, which incorporates two national parks.

Traffic-Free Cycle Trails contains over 400 cycle routes around Britain, including a great variety on former railway paths, canal towpaths and forest trails in England, Scotland and Wales. Click on the PDF icon to download route descriptions for the following rides: Rother Valley County Park south to Staveley, Rotherham to Sheffield via the Five Weirs Walk and Wharncliffe Woods north-west of Sheffield.

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