101 Bike Routes in Scotland is the first cycling guide to cover the whole of Scotland: from the Orkney Islands to the Borders, it includes a galaxy of bike routes. Whatever type of bike you ride there are routes for you: mountain bike routes, quiet, country routes and routes particularly suitable for junior cyclists. Both popular and less well-known areas are explored and clear instructions are provided on how to navigate the new bike paths in Glasgow and Edinburgh. However far you want to go - be it a circular day ride or a week-long tour - 101 Bike Routes in Scotland leads the way to the most spectacular parts of the country. It takes in Dumfries and Galloway, routes to and from Edinburgh and Glasgow, the central and northern Highlands and the Scottish islands, concentrating on cycle-friendly routes and avoiding roads prone to heavy traffic. 101 Bike Routes in Scotland in the essential reference book for cyclists of all abilities. Packed full of handy tips and useful information, it is sure to help cyclists get the most out of their sport.
Harry Henniker has been organising bike events in Scotland for over 20 years. He is also the author of Scotland: the National Cycle Network and 101 Mountain Bike Routes in Scotland. He lives in Edinburgh.