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Where to Ride Eastern Victoria

Where to Ride Eastern Victoria
Where to Ride Eastern Victoria (ref#:13760)

Where to Ride Eastern Victoria features 88 fabulous rides to inspire and motivate you to get out and ride.

Peter Whiteley has spent months researching, riding and writing 57 fun and interesting rides for adults, plus 31 top trails for kids and beginners. The rides span an area from the Murray River in the north, to Wilsons Promontory in the south, and from the Hume Highway out to the eastern seaboard.
All rides have accurate colour maps and altitude profiles so it’s easy to choose what’s right for you. There is also a section with tips for beginners to help you get started and there are rides to suit people of all ages and experience levels.

This remarkable book offers a unique chance to experience some wonderful countryside under your own steam. The cities and towns of Eastern Victoria provide some of the most appealing riding, perfect for a day out on the bike. Take a leisurely roll around Phillip Island and Cowes or test your legs in the hills around Bright.

Experience Eastern Victoria on two wheels; you’ll see what you’ve been missing!

Fun exciting rides
Ride ratings makes choosing easy
Clear concise direction
GPS generated mapping
Elevation profiles




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