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New Book: "Bicycling the Lewis & Clark Trail" 06.26.2003

June 26, 2003
Pedal through the past with the Corps of Discovery.

Saddle up on the ultimate touring machine-your bicycle-and discover the fascinating story of the Lewis & Clark expedition at a truly unique pace. Retrace the famous journey of the Corps of Discovery from Hartford, Illinois (outside of St. Louis) to the mouth of the mighty Columbia River at Astoria, Oregon. No need to fret over details, just be sure to have your own copy of BICYCYLING THE LEWIS & CLARK TRAIL (The Globe Pequot Press, $16.95 paperback, May 2003) by Michael McCoy and the Adventure Cycling Association. BICYCLING THE LEWIS & CLARK TRAIL is the cyclist's indispensable handbook to the route of the Lewis & Clark expedition, and traveling by the power of your own legs provides the ultimate feeling of adventure and accomplishment. Discover the latest rage and join the thousands who are cycling their way to Lewis & Clark wonders. Pedal through the Missouri and Columbia river basins, muscle along miles of scenic corn and wheat fields, roll amongst vast prairies, descend into deep gorges, and penetrate the Pacific Northwest rain forest. To help you enjoy your journey, this guide is filled with detailed maps, information on road surfaces and traffic, and a wealth of historical details. ABOUT THE AUTHOR MICHAEL MCCOY and THE ADVENTURE CYCLING ASSOCIATION. The Adventure Cycling Association was founded in 1973 as Bikecentennial. Headquartered in Missoula, Montana, it is America's premier member-supported, not-for-profit organization dedicated to bicycle travel.

BICYCLING THE LEWIS & CLARK TRAIL is the cyclist's indispensable handbook to the route of the Lewis & Clark expedition, and traveling by the power of your own legs provides the ultimate feeling of adventure and accomplishment. Discover the latest rage and join the thousands who are cycling their way to Lewis & Clark wonders. Pedal through the Missouri and Columbia river basins, muscle along miles of scenic corn and wheat fields, roll amongst vast prairies, descend into deep gorges, and penetrate the Pacific Northwest rain forest. To help you enjoy your journey, this guide is filled with detailed maps, information on road surfaces and traffic, and a wealth of historical details.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

MICHAEL MCCOY and THE ADVENTURE CYCLING ASSOCIATION. The Adventure Cycling Association was founded in 1973 as Bikecentennial. Headquartered in Missoula, Montana, it is America's premier member-supported, not-for-profit organization dedicated to bicycle travel.