Series: 25 Bicycle Tours

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25 Bicycle Tours in and Around Washington D.C.: From the Capitol Steps to Country Roads by Anne H. Oman
25 Bicycle Tours in Coastal Georgia & the Carolina Low Country: Savannah, Hilton Head, and Outlying Areas (Backcountry Guides) by Jane G. Kahn
25 Bicycle Tours in Coastal Georgia & the Carolina Low Country: Savannah, Hilton Head, and Outlying Areas (Backcountry Guides)
25 Bicycle Tours in Eastern Pennsylvania by Dale Adams
25 Bicycle Tours in Maryland: From the Allegheny Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean by Anne H. Oman
25 bicycle tours in New Hampshire : a guide to selected backcountry roads throughout the Granite State by Tom. Heavey
25 Bicycle Tours in New Jersey by Aline Zatz
25 Bicycle Tours in Ohio's Western Reserve: Historic Northeast Ohio from the Lake Erie Islands to the Pennsylvania Borde by Sally Walters
25 Bicycle Tours in Pennsylvania's Lancaster & Chester Counties (25 Bicycle Tours) by Fred Cox
25 Bicycle Tours in Southern Indiana: Scenic and Historic Rides Through Hoosier Country (A 25 Bicycle Tours Book) by Chuck Fearnow
25 Bicycle Tours in the Adirondacks: Road Adventures in the East's Largest Wilderness by Bill McKibben
25 Bicycle Tours in the Hudson Valley: Scenic Rides from Saratoga to West Point (25 Bicycle Tours Guide) by Howard Stone
25 Bicycle Tours in the Lake Champlain Region: Scenic Tours in Vermont, New York, and Quebec by Charles Hansen
25 Bicycle Tours in the Texas Hill Country & West Texas: Adventure Rides for Road and Mountain Bikes by Norman D. Ford
25 Bicycle Tours in the Twin Cities and Southeastern Minnesota (25 Bicycle Tours Series) by Erling Jorstad
25 Bicycle Tours In Vermont ( A Revised And Expanded Version Of 20 Bicycle Tours In Vermont) by John S. Freidin
25 Bicycle Tours on Cape Cod and the Islands: Cranberry Bogs, Marshes, Sand Dunes, Lighthouses, and the Ever-Present Sea by Kevin Jeffrey
25 Bicycle Tours on Delmarva by John R. Wennersten

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  1. Short Bike Rides in and Around Washington, D.C. by Michael Leccese (1990)
  2. Rails-to-Trails New York: The Official Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Guidebook by Craig Della Penna (2002)
  3. Bicycling the Backroads of Northwest Washington (Bicycling the Backroads Series) by Erin Woods (1984)
  4. Hiking, Cycling, and Canoeing in Maryland: A Family Guide by Bryan MacKay (1995)
  5. Twin Cities Bicycling by Richard Arey (1995)
  6. Miles from Nowhere: A Round the World Bicycle Adventure by Barbara Savage (1983)
  7. Rails-to-Trails Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia (Rails-to-Trails Series) by Barbara Noe (2000)
  8. Backroad Bicycling in Connecticut: 32 Scenic Rides on Country Lanes and Dirt Roads by Andi Marie Fusco (2000)
  9. Backroad Bicycling in the Finger Lakes Region: 30 Tours for Road and Mountain Bikes, Fourth Edition by Mark Roth (2004)
  10. Backroad Bicycling Near New York City: 25 One-Day Bike Tours in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania by Gerry Brooks (2004)
  11. The Best Bike Rides in the Midwest: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin by Phil Van Valkenberg (1994)
  12. France by Bike: 14 Tours Geared for Discovery by Karen Whitehill (1993)
  13. Into Thick Air: Biking to the Bellybutton of Six Continents by Jim Malusa (2008)
  14. Urban Bikers' Tricks & Tips: Low-Tech & No-Tech Ways to Find, Ride, & Keep a Bicycle by Dave Glowacz (1998)
  15. Greater Washington area bicycle atlas by Sharon Gang (1998)

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