Fun, friendly, useful – this volume of City Cycling provides a new way to experience Paris
Whether navigating the corsi of Milan or the bridges of Amsterdam, the best way to get to know any city is by bike. From coffee in one neighbourhood to lunch on the other side of town, via museums, galleries and parks, the metropolis is yours when you ride.
The guides in the City Cycling Europe series give you the confidence to experience a city from the saddle. Think of them like having a local cyclist to show you around. Each volume provides mapping, with cycle routes marked, to help you find your way safely from one destination to the next, includes coffee and cake stops, and features everything you need to keep rolling: cycle-hire schemes, bike shops, places of interest and much more.
Half the fun of being on a bike is following your own instincts, so the guides do not set tight itineraries. Explore at a bicycle’s pace, and discover the best each city has to offer.
About the Author
Max Leonard is a writer and cyclist. He co-authored Fixed: Global Fixed-Gear Bike Culture with Andrew Edwards.
Andrew Edwards is a graphic designer, cyclist and a keen amateur racer.