Lost Lanes Wales: 36 Glorious Bike Rides in Wales and the Borders
The second in the Lost Lanes series of cycling guidebooks is a celebration of cycling in Wales and the English border counties of Cheshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire and western Gloucestershire. It takes the form of 30 original guided rides and six fantastic organised rides, with detailed ride descriptions, evocative photography and comprehensive online resources including GPX files for GPS navigators and smartphone apps and turn-by-turn route sheets. The rides take in all the most scenic areas of Wales, from the towering peaks of Snowdonia to the rugged coastline and sandy beaches of Pembrokeshire, the big sky country of mid-Wales and the rich, rolling landscape of the Marches.
Here’s a short online excerpt:
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Please note that I am away from 16-24 June. Any orders placed during this time will be posted on the 25 June.
Lost Lanes Wales Art Print
The original cover illustration for Lost Lanes Wales is available as a limited edition art print signed by the artist Andrew Pavitt. The print is 30cm x 40cm and fits perfectly ready-made mounts and frames. It is giclee printed using archival inks on acid free 300 gsm Innova paper. It’s stunning, better than the book cover itself. Each print of the edition of 200 is signed and numbered by Andrew.
Lost Lanes: 36 Glorious Bike Rides in Southern England
Published in 2013, Lost Lanes is a best-selling cycling guidebook to the best places to ride within easy striking distance of London: day rides and longer weekends away, mostly in the countryside but a few hidden corners of London too. The rides are mostly in the home counties but some are far afield as the Isle of Wight, the Cotswolds and the Suffolk/Norfolk border. Here’s a 64-page preview (click to scroll through).