Biking Bordeaux and the Atlantic Coast: The Villages, Vineyards, Beaches, Bike Paths & Best Routes is finally done and ready for you to read and use to plan your cycling trip to Bordeaux.
As you may (or may not) have read in this blog, I spent the month of September in Bordeaux, and rode more than 1,000 miles: south to the Sauternes region which is filled with vineyards and old castles, then up to the amazing medieval city of St-Emilion, to the huge citadel in Blaye, across the river (via ferry) to the Medoc, across the peninsula to the ocean resorts (Lacanau and Arcachon) and then back to Bordeaux.
This region is perfect for cycle touring: quiet, country roads through endless vineyards, lots of bike paths and great places to stay.
Click here to check out Biking Bordeaux on Kindle. It’s also available on the other eBook platforms. Here’s the cover…
Sorry I had to charge $6.99. I wanted to charge less, but here’s the thing: I don’t get all the money. Not even half. I know, it doesn’t seem fair, since I’m the one who did all the riding and writing, and Susan did all the formatting. But there’s really no other option. They have us eBook writers by the pedals. Oh well, ce la vie, as they say in Bordeaux.
Please give it a look and consider purchasing a copy and going on a bike trip to Bordeaux in 2019. It’s a really great place to ride, and I think you’ll really enjoy it. And there’s wine. Did I mention the wine? Biking Bordeaux has all the info you need to plan your trip (bike rental, hotels, routes, day trips).
FYI: I’m in the midst of updating my Biking Provence book, and I’ll announce when it’s ready here, on this blog. My eBooks on Biking Normandy: The Invasion Beaches and Biking the Loire (get the eBook, not the paperback) are up to date and ready for your eBook reading pleasure and bike-planning ideas. Now is the time to start planning your 2019 cycling adventures.
Thanks … and happy and safe cycling everyone.