Bicycling the Pacific Coast
Cover of fourth edition
|Illustrator||Tom Kirkendall (photographer/cartographer)|
|Publisher||The Mountaineers Books|
Bicycling the Pacific Coast is a 1984 bicycle touring guide by Vicky Spring and Tom Kirkendall, published by The Mountaineers Books. The book covers a nearly 2,000-mile (3,200 km) route from Vancouver, British Columbia to Tijuana, Mexico, following mostly United States Highway 101 and California State Route 1.
It has been called "a classic" and "the Bible for touring cyclists." In its Oregon Coast Bike Route guide, Oregon Department of Transportation noted the book as an "excellent" guide to its 370-mile (600 km) portion of Spring and Kirkendall's route.
- Paul McHugh (June 5, 2005), "Nature, page by page: Books to bring you closer to state treasures", San Francisco Chronicle
- Bradley Campbell (June 27, 2007), Cycle Tour 101: Your on-bike guide to Highway 101, Willamette Week, retrieved 2012-06-22
- Oregon Coast Bike Route (PDF), Oregon Department of Transportation, retrieved 2012-06-22
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