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Bikers' Britain (Spiral Bound) & Michelin Map 798

Bikers' Britain (Spiral Bound) & Michelin Map 798

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Bikers’ Britain (Spiral Bound) By Simon Weir

The best motorcycle riding routes in Britain, tried and tested by RiDE magazine.

Written by RiDE magazine's Simon Weir and with an introduction by Charlie Boorman, Bikers' Britain is all about the best roads for motorcyclists in the UK, from open throttle straights to expert curves, from soaring mountains to windswept coastlines.

It's for the five million native riders and the tens of thousands who visit Britain each year.

Each ride is ridden and reviewed and includes a route map so that the content stays fresh whether you use it as a top box essential or bedtime reading for your next dream trip.

Automobile Association

Product details

  • Spiral-bound: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Automobile Association; Spi edition (30 April 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749573961
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749573966
  • Product Dimensions: 21.4 x 15.6 x 1.6 cm

Great Britain and Ireland Michelin Map 798 High Resistance

This map is an good planning and travelling companion for an overview of Great Britain and Ireland.  With a  scale of  1:1,000,000 it shows all the major road network and locations of towns and cities.

 

Being a "High Resistance" Michelin map it is made from waterproof and tear resistant paper making it very hard wearing and ideal for biking 4X4 touring or a heavy use environment.

 

Michelin National maps with their distinctive red covers give an excellent overall picture of the country or region and your route.  They include town plans, driving information and an index of place names. The simple folding design of the map allows them to be read like a book and easily folded back together.

 

Roads with green highlighted edges indicate scenic routes when you want to get away from the Motorway or explore the beauty of an area, and a rule of thumb is that they are generally good biking roads as well.

 

 

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