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By Vicky Spring, Tom Kirkendall

Greater than a meticulously special direction, this can be an event highlighting what to work out and discover alongside the way in which.

*Bike the coast in a single journey or 4 separate adventures *Road instructions, sights, and on hand restrooms and provisions all outfitted into day-by-day mileage logs *Elevation profiles and new desk of necessities assessment for every day's journey *More than 50,000 copies offered in past editions.

From Vancouver, B.C. to the Mexican border, Tom Kirkendall and Vicky Spring advisor you switch via flip alongside the size of Pacific Coast Bicycle Route-all 1816.5 miles. those forty-two steered day-by-day itineraries (averaging fifty three miles every one) start and finish at campsites.
Everything you must learn about each one day's journey is integrated: from tunnel- using recommendations to the place to shop for a brand new derailer, from unique museums alongside tips to part journeys to lonely lighthouses and towering sand dunes. New to this version is a quick-glance desk of necessities for every day-by-day itinerary, directory availability of motorcycle outlets, seashore entry, mountain climbing trails, early life hostels, and actions.

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