NOW OUT OF PRINT
"Should be under the seat of every adventure minded biker" Performance Bikes
"Short of places to ride?.. gives detailed directions, local history and information. Perfect for a map pocket" Ride
"These guides should prove indispensible..." Motorcycle Voyager
"Worth squeezing into your tank bag.." Classic Bike Guide
"..numerous roads and routes for the classic motorcyclist...detailed descriptions and maps of each route" The Classic Motorcycle
Easy to follow maps
For sportsbike, tourer and classic riders
Fits in map pockets for navigating on the move
Things to see and where to stop on the road
Designed for the motorcyclist
From Campbeltown to Dalwhinnie and from Arklow to Galway these 37 detailed routes take you on a wonderful journey through the Highlands and around the wonderful scenery of Ireland. Here you will find roads that twist and turn as they snake through mountains and alongside lochs, roads that make your knee itch to feel the tarmac and above all roads that will make you want to come back for the sheer enjoyment of riding. The routes vary in length from about 70 to as little as just a few miles. Some are included for their sheer remoteness, others for the technical challenges they present and all have the stunning landscapes associated with Scotland and Ireland and provide the sense of freedom and enjoyment that can only be gained from riding.
The book is wire bound so it will easily fit in a map pocket or tank bag, and all the routes are printed in easy to follow symbols to help the rider navigate whilst on the move. The essential guide for anyone going touring in Scotland and Ireland.
Dick Henneman has covered more roads on different bikes riding through Europe and the UK than many would think possible. When he's not clocking up the miles for the sheer pleasure of doing so, he can be found hard at work in the IT industry and carrying out freelance motorcycle journalist assignments.
The Road Riders Guide to Scotland and Ireland - Dick Henneman
April 2004 NOW OUT OF PRINT
A5 wire bound, 108 pages, 37 route plans, 53 illustrations and tables
ISBN 09535098 7 7 £13.95 includes UK p&p, Europe add £3.00, Rest of World add £8.00 for p&p