Book Review – ‘Traffic-Free Cycle Trails South East England’ by Nick Cotton and Kathy Rogers

‘Traffic-Free Cycle Trails South East England’ by Nick Cotton and Kathy Rogers
Traffic-Free Cycle Trails South East England by Nick Cotton and Kathy Rogers features over 100 great cycling routes across the South East, London and into Eastern England. The book offers routes of varying lengths and difficulties, all on traffic-free paths and trails. This is a great resource for gravel cyclists and leisure cyclists looking to explore on routes off the asphalt and into the quiet country landscape of South East England. 

As well as detailed route guidance for all the route profiles, the book offers advice on refreshment stops, local points of interest, bike shops and public transport links; so, you can approach any itinerary with confidence that you have all the know-how you need for a relaxed ride. 

The guide is formatted in an easy to use way: with iconography for facilities, and an information box containing suggestions on further route advice as outlined above. 

I was personally pleased to see three routes on my home turf – the Isle of Wight, all of which I agree are great traffic-free cycle routes that are perfect for exploring with friends and/or family. You can find some more Isle of Wight route suggestions on the Isle of Wight Advice Page here on the blog. 

Beautifully presented with genuine photography and a personal touch, this is a fantastic guide for any aspiring cyclist looking to discover the road (or trail) less travelled.




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