Mountain Biking Trail Centres (Paperback)

Tom Fenton

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"Mountain Biking Trail Centres" is the only comprehensive guide to the UK's purpose-built, off-road mountain biking trails. This guide features thousands of kilometres of singletrack, cross country, downhill, freeride and bike park riding at 67 centres across England, Scotland and Wales.Included are classics such as Dalby, Coed y Brenin and Glentress, lesser-known centres such as Balblair and Aston Hill, together with the latest developments including Whinlatter, Rossendale (Adrenaline Gateway) and many new trails at existing centres. Complete with detailed information on the facilities, the number of trails, the length, style and difficulty of trails, local info, useful contacts and bike shops all complemented with clear directions and Sat Nav coordinates.The stunning design is complemented with action photography from some of the country's best mountain biking photographers, including Wig Worland, Dan Barham, Seb Rogers and Mountain Bike Rider's staff photographers.Vertebrate Publishing (VP), the imprint of Vertebrate Graphics (VG), is one of a new breed of independent publishers, dedicated to producing the very best outdoor leisure titles. VP have critically acclaimed and bestselling titles covering a range of leisure activities, including; mountain biking, cycling, rock climbing, hillwalking and others.VP have published or produced many of the UK's bestselling cycling and outdoor titles, including "Dark Peak Mountain Biking", the "MLTUK's Hill Walking", "Rock Climbing and Winter Skills" series, peak district: bouldering and "Getting to Grips with GPS".


Product Details

  • Product code: BJCJL
  • ISBN: 9781906148010
  • Publisher: Vertebrate Graphics Ltd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 21.8cm x 16.0cm
  • Pages: 216
  • Publish date: Mon Oct 20 00:00:00 BST 2008
  • Book points: 17

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