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Kissing the Trail: Northwest & Central Oregon Mountain Bike Trails (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 22 jun 2008


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Accurate, Humorous, and Invaluable 31 de enero de 2013
Por Daniel Murphy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The price of this book gave me a millisecond of pause, but here's the deal: it's worth several times as much as the $20 ($19.95) you'll plop down for it.

Bit of background: I'm an intermediate rider in good physical condition, with no aspirations to learn how to bunny hop over picnic tables or take of trial riding.

The list of positives for this book includes great maps, good directions to trail heads, rating systems for fitness challenge and technical challenge that are consistent and accurate, and a very useful "Who Will Like This Ride" prologue to each ride description. Examples: "Families and Single Track Virgins" for a gentle meander, or "You Love the Smell of Burning Lungs in the Morning" for a grunt of a ride.

The descriptions are carefully done, with mileage markers that clearly describe where to turn, where NOT to turn, all of which in real life use (yes, the book is small enough to pack with you on your ride)have repeatedly saved me from getting flummoxed.

The range of rides contained in the book (84 in all)include pancake flat 2-4 milers for families with young kids, or first-timers, to epics with many thousands of feet in elevation gain and over the half century mark in distance.

There are several mountain biking books that describe Central Oregon off road riding, I think I own them all. Bypass the more pedestrian versions, go straight to the Porsche Carrrera of the genre: Kissing the Trail.
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great book 4 de octubre de 2013
Por Rebecca Lynne Wolfe - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Really helpful, good info and maps. Descriptions are what sets it apart. This guy has done his homework. Highly recommended.
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Great Book! 26 de julio de 2013
Por abigail - Publicado en Amazon.com
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So far I have done one of the trails listed in this book, but I was VERY pleased with the outcome!

Easy directions to the trailhead and clear maps of the trails. What was a real life saver for me was the detailed, mile marked, trail descriptions and GPS mark points!

Without those I would of MOST definitely had gotten lost as these trails are not usually point to point.

With the GPS I just downloaded the FREE 'GPS Essentials' app onto my Android and boom I had a full on GPS device that I could use in conjunction with the book.

I have to say I am very pleased and look forward to trying out the other 83 trails the book has to offer.
Well researched. 2 de mayo de 2014
Por Billski - Publicado en Amazon.com
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A good selection of rides for the Portland area. The best comprehensive guide for the area I've found. The rides are well researched. I can't wait to explore them.
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Awesome book! 14 de marzo de 2013
Por Alpenglow Vacation Rentals Smith - Publicado en Amazon.com
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When you use this book in conjunction with COTA's awesome maps, as a guest checking out Bend, this combo will make you feel like a local when riding our trails. LOVE IT, which is why both items are in all of the vacation rentals that I manage!