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Colorado Gonzo Rides: A Mountain Biker's Guide to Colorado's Best Single Track Trails
by Michael Merrifield
A mountain biker's guide to single track trails throughout Colorado, including Crested Butte, Winter Park, Steamboat Springs, Durango, and Grand Junction. ...
Paperback - November 1991

Canyon Country Slickrock Hiking & Biking (Canyon Country Series, 21)
by F.A. Barnes
Introduces an approach to hiking and mountain biking that is unique to the canyon country of southeastern Utah, then describes and gives detailed directions for reaching many places where these forms of recreational activity can be sampled. ...

Classic Mountain Bike Rides: Thirty of the World's Most Spectacular Trails
by Nicky Crowther (Editor), Mike Ferrentino (Preface)
Hardcover - May 2001

Classic Mountain Bike Rides features thirty of the world's best off-road bike routes, written by the world's most experienced mountain bikers. The informative text and breathtaking photographs evoke the feel of each trip-its flora and fauna, scenery, and rich local character. These challenging...

Dirt!: The Philosophy, Technique, and Practice of Mountain Biking
by John Howard
Paperback from The Lyons Press

Fat Tire Wisconsin : A Mountain Bike Trail Guide
by Wm. Chad McGrath, Mark Parman

Front Range Rider : A mountain biking guide to Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming
by Anne Childers(Spiral-bound)

Simply the best guide to the region. The book describes 33 rides for pedalers of all abilities--complete with two-color maps, elevation profiles and ratings. This Camelback-size guide is built to last with a wire binding and heavy gloss paper. ...

Garfagnana by Bicycle : Cycle Touring and Mountain Bike
by Lucia Giovannetti, et al

The only available guide in English to cycling in the Garfagnana in northwest Tuscany includes three parts:1. Main guide (illustrated with 32 color photos, route diagrams, distance/altitude diagrams);2. Road Book (85 pages of detailed descriptions and diagrams of key route features),3. Contour map (1:50,0...

Kokopelli's Trail : The Utah-Colorado Mountain Bike Trail System : Route 1 : Moab to Loma (Canyon Country Series Number 22)
by Peggy Utesch
A complete mile-by-mile guide to this 148 mile mountain biking trail on the Utah-Colorado border, with elevation charts and additional useful information. (1998 Revised Edition)...

Bicycling Magazine's Mountain Biking Skills: Tactics, Tip, and Techniques to Master Any Terrain
by Ed Pavelka (Editor)
Since the first mountain bike came out in 1985, mountain biking has been a huge boom to the cycling industry, and it's showing no signs of slowing. This updated manual includes chapters on bike selection, proper dress, care and cleaning, the latest skills and riding techniques, backcountry skills,...
Paperback - July 2000

Mountain Bike Extreme2012 Calendar
by John Gibson
Listed under Sports Calendars

Zinn and the Art of Mountain Bike Maintenance 3 Ed
by Lennard Zinn, Todd Telander (Illustrator)

Lennard Zinn explains that it doesn't take special skills to learn how to care for one's bike, only "a passion for spreading new grease on old parts." Clearly, his ambition is to share with newcomers the Zen-like joy of bike maintenance. But it's seasoned bike mechanics that should be tripping ove...

Ride Guide : Mountain Biking in the New York Metro Area
by Joel D. Sendek

The Mountain Biker's Training Bible: A Complete Training Guide for the Competitive Mountain Biker
by Joe Friel, Ned Overend
Mountain biking presents unique challenges, and noted expert Joe Friel addresses them all in his latest book. Covering every aspect of training, he helps riders maximize their experience and minimize problems....
Paperback from Velo Press

Mountain Bike : A Manual of Beginning to Advanced Technique
by William Nealy

Mountain Biking in the Adirondacks : 25 Trail Riding Adventures
by Gary Thomann
Detailed instructions for getting to the trailhead and riding 25 mountain bike trails in the Adirondacks of northern New York. There are 7 beginner, 12 intermediate and 6 advanced rated rides. Each ride has a GPS compatible map. Distances along each trail are given. There are sections on the Adirondack Park, ...

Mountain Biking Arizona Guide: Fat Tire Tales & Trails
by Cosmic Ray
Paperback from Cosmic Ray

Mountain Bike Like a Champion
by Ned Overend, Ed Pavelka (Contributor)

Mountain Biking Arizona Guide : Fat Tire Tales & Trails
by Cosmic Ray

Mountain Bike! Southern California: A Guide to the Classic Trails
by David Story, et al

Mountain Biking Flagstaff and Sedona
by Bruce Grubbs
Paperback from Falcon

Mountain Bike America Greater Philadelphia
by Bob D'Antonio

Mountain Biking Pennsylvania (FalconGuide)
by Rob Ginieczki
Take a ride through history with Mountain Biking Pennsylvania. Author Rob Ginieczki leads you on an exploration through lush, wooded mountains and rolling hills and uncovers the history behind some of Pennsylvania's most exciting trails. Test your technical skills on sweet single-track; meander...
Paperback - May 2000

Mountain Biking Utah (rev)
by Gregg Bromka
Paperback from Falcon

Mountain Bike Magazine's Complete Guide to Mountain Biking Skills: Expert Tips on Conquering Curves, Corners, Dips, Descents, Hills, Water Hazards and Other All-Terrain Challenges
by Bicycling Magazines
If road riding is the arrogant godfather of the cycling world, mountain biking is the fun-loving, black-sheep stepson. The Mountain Bike magazine editors reflect this spirit, tuning their highly accessible guide to both those with dreams of widowmaker descents as well as others just looking for a...
Paperback from Rodale Press

25 Mountain Bike Tours in New Jersey
by Peter Kick
Paperback - October 1997
In the Garden State, whose official policy encourages bicycling - and whose governor owns a mountain bike - there has been no guidebook to mountain bike trails. Peter Kick's authoritative volume fills that gap. The 25 carefully created tours range from 2 to 28 miles in length—from family...

Mountain Biking in Boise
by Stephen Stuebner
This 112-page book details 30 mountain biking trails in Boise, Idaho, a lovely Rocky Mountain town located next to 80 miles of jeep roads and singletrack trails in grassy foothills and forested mountains behind Boise. Families will enjoy the best maps available on the city's beloved Boise River Greenbelt, ...

Mountain Biking New Hampshire's State Parks and Forests
by Linda Chestney
Paperback - April 1996

Mountain Biking South Lake Tahoe's Best Trails
by Carol Bonser, R. W. Miskimins
Paperback - March 1998

Mountain Bike! the Mid-Atlantic States: New York to West Virginia: A Guide to the Classic Trails
by Joe Surkiewicz, Dennis L. Coello (Editor)

Veteran author Joe Surkiewicz explodes the myth that the real outdoor action has moved West. To the contrary, there's plenty of wilderness action and adventure in the East for those who know where to look. Surkiewicz guides enthusiasts in their quest for the perfect trail for each outing - from...

Mountain Bike Here: Ontario and Central & Western New York
by Sue Lebrecht
Paperback - May 1999

The Mountain Biker's Guide to Central Appalachia: West Virginia, Western Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York (Dennis Coello's America by Mountain Bike)
by Joe Surkiewicz, Dennis L. Coello (Editor)
Paperback - May 1993

Mountain Biking the San Gabriel Mountains' Best Trails, With Angeles National Forest and Mt. Pinos
by Mike Troy, Kevin Woten
Paperback - June 1997

Bike and Brew America: Midwest Region
by Todd Bryant Mercer

VeloPress's Bike and Brew America series pairs a region's best mountain bike trails with its finest brewpubs. Each chapter is organized by state, with this edition covering North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. The book includes an introduction to each state's bike and brew character; ...
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Mountain Biking Wisconsin (FalconGuide)
by Colby Thor Waller
Paperback - August 1998

Mountain Bike Oregon: An Atlas of Oregon's Greatest Off-Road Bicycle Rides
by Lizann Dunegan (Preface), Scott Adams (Introduction)

Mountain Biking Wyoming (FalconGuide)
by Amber Travsky
Paperback - June 1999

The 64 rides in this guide run the gamut from gentle, gravel roads to gnarly descents in crag country. From the Tetons in the northwest to the Medicine Bow National Forest in the southeast, this guide has something for every fat-tire enthusiast. Explore the Bighorns and the Wind River mountain ranges; ...

Mountain Bike! Washington: A Guide to the Classic Trails (America by Mountain Bike Series.)
by Alan Bennett, et al

Forget about the espresso bars - the best buzz in Washington is on its fantastic mountain biking trails. From freshwater lakes to towering peaks and green valleys, Washington's landscape is as exciting as it is diverse. And with so much to discover, it pays to have the inside scoop on mountain biking in the Evergreen state. ...

Mountain Bike! Southern California: A Guide to the Classic Trails (Mountain Bike)
by David Story, et al

From its beloved beaches to its ancient sequoia groves, the region that gave birth to mountain biking is an off-road biker's dream come true. Southern California offers a myriad of fat-tire adventures; take in a vista of mountain peaks one day and marvel at a painted desert the next. With so much to...

Mountain Biking in New Jersey: 37 Off-Road Rides in the Garden State
by Christopher MacKinnon
Paperback - April 2000

The ultimate guide to mountain biking in a small state with a surprising number of great off-road cycling destinations. This book presents 37 of the best of these rides, from the nearly level rail trail beside the Delaware River to the challenging singletrack of the Round Valley Recreation Area....

Mountain Bike America Moab
by Lee Bridgers

Moab is a mecca for mountain bikers, who come from around the world to ride its challenging trails. Whether you're a newcomer to the area or a frequent fat-tire flier, Mountain Bike America: Moab is a great addition to your fanny pack. Local cyclist Lee Bridgers blends his passion for mountain...

Mountain Bike America Vermont: An Atlas of Vermont's Greatest Off-Road Bicycle Rides
by Jen Mynter, Scott Adams
Paperback from Beachway Pr

Mountain Biking Grand Junction and Fruita (2nd Edition)
by Bob D'Antonio, Troy Rarick
Paperback - January 2002

Mountain bikers, beginner to expert, all share a common need - a place to ride. Mountain Biking Grand Junction and Fruita gives fat-tire enthusiasts the skinny on where to ride. Here are twenty-two of the best rides in the Grand Junction and Fruita area, from the Roller Coaster north of Grand...

Mountain Biking the Appalachians: Brevard-Asheville/the Pisgah Forest
by Lori Finley
Paperback - August 1995

Mountain Biking Santa Monica Mountains' Best Trails
by Jim Hasenauer, et al
Paperback - June 1998

Mountain Biking: Over the Edge
by Bill Strickland, Susan Demattei
Paperback from International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press

Mountain Bike! Florida: A Guide to the Classic Trails
by Steve Jones
Paperback - November 2000

Disney's Magic Kingdom isn't the only magical place in Florida. America's Sunshine State offers mountain bikers a fantasyland of off-road trails, and Mountain Bike! Florida will help you discover its most unforgettable rides. Newly revised, this guide provides detailed information on over 80 trails...

Mountain Bike!: Northern California
by Linda Gong Austin

From the Redwood forests of northern California to the mountains around Lake Tahoe, this land was made for mountain biking. With so much to explore, it pays to have the inside scoop on mountain biking in the region. Mountain Bike! Northern California will introduce you to the thrill of exploring...

Mountain Bike! the Mid-Atlantic States: A Guide to the Classic Trails (America by Mountain Bike Series)
by Joe Surkiewicz

Plunge into off-road nirvana with Mountain Bike! The Mid-Atlantic States. Veteran mountain bike author Joe Surkiewicz delivers the lowdown on the ultimate places to spin your cranks in the southern Mid-Atlantic region. From interesting historical sites around Washington, D.C. and its environs to scenic ferry rides near Charleston, ...

Mountain Bike!: The Ozarks: A Guide to the Classic Trails
by Steve Henry

In the rugged hills and hollows of what is now southern Missouri, northern Arkansas, and western Kentucky, mountain bikers will encounter haunting vestiges of former human habitation in the deep woods. With so much to discover, it pays to have the inside scoop on mountain biking in the Ozarks. This book will introduce you to the thrill of exploring this south central wilderness while you experience its most unforgettable rides. ...

Vermont Mountain Biking: The Best Back Road and Trail Rides in Southern Vermont
by Dick Mansfield
Paperback - April 1999

Backcountry Moab - Where The Tours Don't Go
by Jack Bickers(Mass Market Paperback)
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