The Cyclist's Civil War Travel Guide.
Available on Amazon.com
Take a 23.8-mile ride back in time and learn the three-day story of the Battle of Gettysburg (July 1-3, 1863) from the perspective of a bicyclist using the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park. Written for history buffs and bicyclists alike, this 286-page, 6"x9" full-color travel guide is packed with 34 color maps and hundreds of photos and GPS points. $37.00.
"The best ways to truly see a battlefield are by walking and biking. And biking a battlefield such as Gettysburg provides a rush like no other. Sue has produced a valuable book about how to ride that most hallowed Civil War ground. A definite keeper." ~ John Banks, journalist, blogger, author
"Three days in July 1863 changed America. Whether you are an experienced cyclist or just starting out, a serious historian or history buff, you will want to visit Gettysburg more than once. Make sure you take this guide along." ~ Ken Rich, Gettysburg history buff
"Quite fascinating, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park is a great, easy to read book for history buffs and rookie history learners alike. It is a pictorial book that also has detailed information about the Battle of Gettysburg. I am excited to use the maps and images on my next visit to Gettysburg." ~ SPC Kevin Kozlowski, U.S. Army veteran, American Studies graduate student
All Civil War Cycling products are designed to minimize exposure to town traffic, preferring instead to describe safe, circular routes through park land. The book and (optional) PDF companion maps provide an outdoor, experiential learning framework for adventurous, self-directed students of all ages.
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