Ohio's Bicycle Trails (Second Edition)

Ohio's Bicycle Trails (Second Edition)

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by American Bike Trails Staff
     
 

Don't let the title fool you! This is not only a summer trails guide for bicyclists, it also includes alternate, seasonal uses such as Cross Country Skiing and Snowmobiling! Includes other uses such as Hiking, Horseback Riding, Leisure Biking, Mountain Biking and Rollerblading.

Ohio's Bicycle Trails tells you where to find over 90 trails throughout the state

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Don't let the title fool you! This is not only a summer trails guide for bicyclists, it also includes alternate, seasonal uses such as Cross Country Skiing and Snowmobiling! Includes other uses such as Hiking, Horseback Riding, Leisure Biking, Mountain Biking and Rollerblading.

Ohio's Bicycle Trails tells you where to find over 90 trails throughout the state. Includes directions to trail sites and accesses; trail distances, general setting, conditions; available facilities; points of interest, contacts for additional information, and more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781574301496
Publisher:
American Bike Trails
Publication date:
01/28/2011
Sales rank:
1,126,163
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

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Ohio's Bicycle Trails (Second Edition) 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ToledoBiker More than 1 year ago
This book covers the basics, but that's about all. It is a very sloppy production with many errors, from significant misspellings (Zanesville becomes Zanesfield) to wildly erroneous mileage on the mileage chart. While some trails are covered in great detail, others are lightly brushed over with little or no description of the trail, or mindless copy like "you can see evidence of wildlife, like trees where beavers have chewed the bark from the base." Maps are often woefully inadequate, not identifying terminal points of the trail, or cutting off the highlighted trail before the terminus. Maps which are related often don't have easily identified connecting points. While phone and address of supporting organizations are supplied, there are no websites listed. "Illustrated in color" means using red to highlight trails on maps. The editor seems to be just going through the motions on this one, not really interested in providing a seriously helpful resource for cyclists. Still, there is value here in identifying and locating good Ohio trails. It's just that you'll need more research than this book (including better maps) to have a good trip on most of the trails covered.