30 London Cycling Routes

The London Cycling Routes eBook has had a major update. Those of you who have already downloaded the eBook will see the update in your inbox tomorrow.

Here are the updates..

5 new routes added

The biggin hill ride will appeal to Roadies

The main feedback people sent me was: “Great stuff! Simply add more of the same!”. That is exactly what I’ve done with 5 exciting new London cycling routes. I’m very pleased with the new rides as they cover some beautiful parts of London.

A new ride in North London covers off some of the undiscovered parks. Then over in South-West London there is a fantastic mountain bike route. I’ve also added an easy traffic-free route along the Lea Navigation and a tough ride along the challenging hills near Biggin Hill that I’m sure roadies will appreciate.

GPS, KML and now TCX

TCX files have been added to the london cycling routes eBook

Garmin users can rejoice as the download now includes TCX files so you can easily load them into your device.

How to use the GPS files

You can follow the coordinates on your mobile phone

What sets the London Cycling Routes eBook apart from other offerings is the included GPS files. Unfortunately, a lot of people didn’t know how to use them. Which is a shame because following the route on your mobile phone makes life so much easier. Therefore I’ve added clear instructions of how to use the GPS files.

Maps are now even easier to follow

Easy to follow london cycling maps

If the maps were not easy enough to follow before, they are now even easier. All the original 25 rides have had their maps updated.

Google Maps

The London Cycling Routes eBook now has a link to the route on Google Maps. As was requested by a couple of people. This makes it very easy to visualise the ride before you set off or to print off any extra maps.

Twitter and Facebook integration

Let your friends know about the great rides you’ve discovered and the one your about to head off on.

Now easier and faster to view each ride

The original PDF was 25mb in size! Making it tough for some computers to open. I’ve split it up into individual files. Not only are they faster to load but it is now far easier to pick a ride, view it and print if off!

How to download the London Cycle Routes eBook

If you want to discover some of the best places to go cycling in London then the eBook can now be instantly downloaded from this link. It costs just £9.95 and you can pay either using a Paypal account or a Credit Card.

Click here to download now

Look forward to hearing what people think of the new eBook…

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4 Responses to 30 London Cycling Routes

  1. LTMWB 07/09/2010 at 10:55 am #

    Andreas thank you great work love the way Google maps have been incorporated 🙂 if your thinking about purchasing go for it

  2. roger 09/09/2010 at 4:48 pm #

    Looks good to me
    especially the N London parks and the Thames Bridges


  3. Andi 09/09/2010 at 6:39 pm #

    The first version with 25 rides was fantastic. The updated version with another 5 rides is even better. The incorporation of google maps is a great addition and as a Garmin user, I really appreciate that it’s now so much easier to download the routes 🙂

    Keep up the good work Andreas. Happy cycling everyone!!!

  4. Dan 22/09/2010 at 7:16 pm #

    Just discovered the update email in a ‘cloud’ junk filter – don’t know what happened there, but fortunately still managed to download the new version some weeks after the deadline – am very much liking the Google maps link, and really hope to get off my a** soon and enjoy a route or two – too good a guide to leave in the ‘armchair reading’ dept. Nice one.

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