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Review of some MTB book guides


1. Introduction

Exploring the land is possibly the best part of mountain biking for a lot of riders. They usually know every trail and every tight corner in the local woods. And when it is time to move on to explore other territories, book guides come handy.


Using road books or any other kind of trail descriptions is very popular way to explore new territories. You save some time, since you don't have to find the way yourself and  you know in advance what to expect - duration, climb, difficulty, etc. 


There are numerous trail descriptions available today for almost any part of the world, and it can be in a form of a book or a website like this one. I hope that classic book guides won't extinct, since I prefer reading books to clicking and staring the monitor. But a free website is available almost to everyone and thus the information reaches more people than a book. 


Anyway, there are quite some Slovenian book guides and also some foreign ones on my menu to present them in brief.





1. Intro



2. Strme kolesnice

3. Veliki kolesarski vodnik po Sloveniji

4. Gorenjska, gorskokolesarski vodnik

5. Stajerska in Koroska

6. Kolesarski izleti po Sloveniji

7. S kolesom po Kraskem parku

8. Kolesarjenje med Pohorjem in Muro

9. Bohinj za gorske kolesarje

10. Vodnik Logaske kolesarske transferzale

11. S kolesom po okolici Ljubljane

12. S kolesom okoli Julijskih Alp

13. Kolesarske poti v obcini Domzale

14. Koroska, gorskokolesarski vodnik



15. Moser Bike Guide 11 - Gardasee 1

16. Bike-Explorer Graubunden

17. Les 52 plus belles descentes a VTT ...

18. Nockberge - Bad Kleinkirchheim

19. Rad&Bike Pinzgau

20. Gennargentu in Mountain Bike

21. MTB & Bergwandern in Karnten/Osttirol

22. Les Guides V.T.T - Corse du Nord

23. Alpi Giulie Orientali e Carso in MTB

24. Trentino in mountain bike

25. In mountain-bike dall'Ortles alle Dolomiti






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28. september 2004 

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