Motorcycle Journeys Through the Alps and More

By: John Hermann

Catalogue Number: U67-C4FH

Motorcycle Journeys Through the Alps and More

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Whitehorse Press
  • ISBN: 9781884313707
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Synopsis

John Hermanns fourth edition of Motorcycle Journeys Through the Alps and More is the complete resource for any traveller to this part of Europe. Now covering more area than any previous edition, John King of the Alps Hermann brings nearly 100 trips to life. Everything has been updated: Hermanns fun-to-read text has been thoroughly refreshed, with more new trips in the Pyrenees and the Picos de Europa mountain ranges, the maps now have mountain relief backgrounds to view the exciting changes in topography, and Hermann has added spectacular new pictures. Anyone considering a European trip on two wheels needs this book. Riders of all brands of bikes the world over have kept Motorcycle Journeys Through the Alps in their tankbags ever since the first edition in 1993. And no wonder: all of the important roads and passes are described and critiqued. Every region of the Alps is covered: Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Italy, France, and other special Alpine lookalike places such as Corsica, Slovenia, and the Pyrenees are included. Each trip has a detailed route description, easy-to-follow maps, and unique photographs -- all brought to life by Hermanns informed and witty narration. Local customs, history, and amusing travel anecdotes dot every page to enrich your journey.

Author's Biography

Known in BMW circles as the King of the Alps, John Hermann bought his first bike in 1960. Since then he has clocked over 1,000,000 miles, many of them on his biannual trips to Europe to explore every nook and cranny that might possibly have a twisty road.

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