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Best Bike Rides Las Vegas: The Greatest Recreational Rides in the Metro Area (Best Bike Rides Series) by Paul W. Papa takes readers into places and areas that are scenic and beautiful in their diversity, but yet unexplored by discerning tourists. A little bit of exploring will show a different Vegas to tourists. Las Vegas is a bicycle friendly community and while many ride on routes that are accessible by motor vehicles, there are lots of trails that are great only for cyclists. The book gives in depth information about biking and biking trails, and helps readers discover the routes that will suit their tastes. The author captures the essence of Las Vegas from a cyclist's point of view. It is definitely a book for all those who love to explore places on two wheels.
The pictures give readers a peek into the cycling trails of the place and the book covers the biking details extensively. The local events and attractions listed, along with the maps and routes, are very helpful and informative to all those who want to go biking in that area. The tips given to bikers on how to ride on multipurpose trails, single track, on the roads, and dealing with the Las Vegas critters show how the author looks into every detail so that bikers know what they can expect while cycling in the Nevada area. Reading this book will fully equip readers to bike in Las Vegas.