Along The Med On A Bike Called Reggie: Review Round-Up

It’s been a while since I’ve gathered together recent reviews for Along The Med… (which is now just £8.99 in paperback, £1.99 on Kindle) but here are some that have been posted over the summer:

A thoroughly engaging, well written account of an inspiring journey. (DB63)

Inspiring and every bit as good as his first book, but read that one first! (Dr David Sykes – no relation!)

Only half way through but worth 5 star rating. (Colin Mills)

919SWQfFW8L._SL1500_The follow up to Andrew Sykes debut book ‘Cycling Europe…’ that was ordered and en route before I’d finished the aforementioned. Going to have to wait now for Andrew to put fingers to keyboard and write his next epic ‘South to North’ following his latest cycling adventure. Not sure what Andrew and his faithful two wheeled companion Reggie will do next but whatever it is I’ll be pre-ordering. (Malcolm J. Ratcliffe)

It doesn’t matter if you cycle or not, a great way to escape when you are “between” your own adventures. (Jude)

Self-published books on Amazon inevitably vary and some bike books are really good and others rather disappointing. Get this one without hesitation: [a] well written account of a great journey. If you are a cyclist there’s plenty to enjoy, but if you are not get it anyway: this is a great travel read. Get the other one about Crossing Europe as well! (Graham)

I loved this book even more than the first. I loved the detail – not too much to be boring but enough to give you a feel for all the places the author visited and the emotions he felt. (Xhristoper J Ellis)

It’s kind of sad to actually finish the book to be perfectly honest. What a great read and adventure it was from start to finish. Personally, we like to have our luggage delivered to the next luxury hotel when we’re cycling long distances!! I’m now looking forward to the 3rd book in the series. Well done Andrew P and Reggie. (DGC)

A super read. (Les Finney)

Excellent second book of cycling through, or across Europe by Andrew Sykes. This time from Greece to Portugal. Not skipping over the hard bits, including the mentally hard bits, this book is a great read and excellent guide for anyone planning their own jaunt over all or any part of the route. Many place names and road sections give clues as what to expect if you go that way. Alternatively even if you are an armchair traveller this book is worth picking up. (Moonwillow)

What do you think?