Moon New England Biking

More Than 100 of the Best Rides for Road, Mountain, and Cyclocross Biking

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Second Edition, May 2010
Pages: 472

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Price: $19.95 USD
ISBN: 9781598800265


Professional writer and cyclist Chris Bernard invites you to take a ride with him in Moon New England Biking. Comprehensive and packed with useful information, the book covers an array of biking trails for any skill level in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. Using his expertise, Bernard provides ideas for Best Family-Friendly Rides, Best Rides for Wildlife-Viewing, Best Historical Rides, and Best Scenic Rides. Complete with bike safety tips, an essential gear list, and advice on repairs and maintenance, Moon New England Biking gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable biking experience.


What’s inside Moon New England Biking

Enjoy the very best of New England Biking with these itineraries:
  • Best Bike Paths
  • Best Butt-Kickers
  • Best Coastal Rides
  • Best for Fall Foliage
  • Best for Families
  • Best Historical Rides
  • Best Overnight Rides
  • Best Scenic Rides
  • Best Single-Track Rides
  • Best for Wildlife-Viewing
Discover the best biking spots in:
  • Maine
  • New Hampshire
  • Vermont
  • Massachusetts
  • Rhode Island
  • Connecticut

Chris Bernard is a freelance writer and photographer based in southern Maine. Though he’s called many far-flung places home, Chris was born and raised in the northeast—and he always seems to return to his roots. So far he’s lived in four of the six New England states, and his wife’s family lives in the other two, giving him plenty of chances to ride throughout the region. He’s spent much of life on two wheels—as a kid he raced BMX and in college he rode mountain bikes. He now races cyclocross and road bikes. When he’s not at his desk, Chris is usually out on his bike, suffering his way up a hill or chasing his dog through muddy woods.

Chris has been a newspaper and magazine journalist and editor, a senior advertising copywriter, and a technical writer. While researching Moon New England Biking, he got rained on, sunburned, muddied, bloodied, scraped, and bruised—and he loved every second of it. He may not be the fastest rider—he’s often seen chasing a disappearing pack—but good luck finding someone who enjoys his time on the bike more.