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Cycling the Hebrides

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Cycling in the Hebrides.

Language: ENGLISH.
Island touring and day rides by Richard Barrett.

Comprehensive guidebook of 22 link routes, 37 day rides and 11 suggested island tours throughout the Inner and Outer Hebrides and the Firth of Clyde with ferry schedules and timings. Routes ranging from rides suitable for a weekend break to a challenging 600-mile tour covering the entire region. All the information needed to plan the perfect tour.

Seasons
best from Spring to early autumn (April to September)

Centres
Arran, Bute, Great Cumbrae, Gigha, Islay, Jura, Colonsay, Mull, Coll, Tiree, Kerrera, Lismore, the Slate Islands, Skye, Raasay, Rhum, Barra, South and North Uist, Harris and Lewis as well as the mainland ferry ports of Ullapool, Mallaig, Oban, Kennacraig and Ardrossan.

Difficulty
suitable for any reasonably fit cyclist to enjoy

Must See
skimming the white-sand beaches of Tiree and Harris on long coastal excursions; tackling the hilly terrain of Skye and Arran on inland trips; crossing the windswept peat moors of the Western Isles

Island hopping through the Hebrides and the islands in the Firth of Clyde by bike is a magical and varied experience.

The islands give a range of riding conditions that vary from the steep hills of Arran and Skye to the windswept peat moors of the Western Isles. Coll and Tiree barely rise above sea level and provide easy rides as long as there is little wind, rides on Mull are challenging whatever the weather, while visitors to a compact island like Great Cumbrae will find a surprising variety of cycling in a small area.

Whether you?re putting together a fortnight?s tour or just enjoying a few day rides from a single base, this comprehensive but pocket-sized guide is packed with useful information to make the most of your trip.

  • 22 link routes and 11 suggested tours, ranging from weekend breaks to 600-mile epics
  • over 35 day routes, covering all the essential sights in the Hebrides, with details of history and wildlife
  • all illustrated with colour maps, profiles and photographs