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|Subject:||sports & pastimes|
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|1851589368||101 Mountain-bike Routes in Scotland||Henniker, Harry||Mainstream Publishing||1998||This cycling guide features routes in many parts of the country. The route descriptions are accompanied by maps and photographs.||206|
|1840186178||Ultimate Scottish Cycling Book, The||Lamarra, Paul||Mainstream Publishing||2003||Nine cycle tours of the country are described and maps and other information is included. The author`s own experiences on these routes are woven into the text.||200|
|1840183381||Scotland: The National Cycle Network||Henniker, Harry||Mainstream Publishing||2000||The National Cycling Network provides cycling routes in many parts of the country. This guide describes routes around Scotland and the text is accompanied by maps and essential information.||208|
|0953503682||Coasting around Scotland||Fairweather, Nicholas||Cualann Press||2002||This is the story of a cycling trip around the coast of Scotland, mainly on the mainland but with excursions to islands such as Arran, Mull, Skye and Orkney. The route starts at Portpatrick and ends the coastal journey at St Abbs Head, before a cross-country journey to the Mull of Galloway.||226|
|1840188553||no image available||Scotland: The National Cycle Network||Henniker, Harry||Mainstream Publishing||2004||This cycling guide includes over 50 routes in mainland Scotland which are part of the National Cycle Network.||942|
|184018843X||101 Bike Routes in Scotland||Henniker, Harry||Mainstream Publishing||2004||This collection of cycling routes covers the whole country, including the urban Central Belt as well as the rural areas of southern and highland Scotland. Day trips and longer tours are catered for. There are routes for mountain bikers, children and commuters.||1113|