Summer Book Sale! £1.99 / $2.99 / €2.99

In preparation for the publication of the final book in the popular and acclaimed European cycling trilogy (The 35 Degrees: Tarifa to Nordkapp on a Bike Called Reggie, published in spring 2017 from Summersdale) until August 31st…

CROSSING EUROPE… / ALONG THE MED… JUST £1.99 / $2.99 / €2.99

Latest Reviews for Crossing Europe on a Bike Called Reggie:

“A great read and was hard to put down, feel that you were with him all the way. Well written.”

“One of the most engaging and delightful books of any genre I have had the pleasure of reading. The fact it was about my favourite sport of cycle touring is the icing on the cake. My wife who doesn’t even ride a bike loves this book!”

“Excellent book. Makes you want to just take off on your bike. Now there’s an idea!”

“Fantastic read, couldn’t put it down. Inspired to plan some cycle touring this year.”

(Average rating on / 4.5 / 4.6)

Latest Reviews for Along The Med on a Bike Called Reggie:

“Great book, very well written covering the challenges of the journey and some great information on the destinations. A pleasure to read and with each chapter covering a day of the adventure it’s easy to pick up and put down. Great read for those who like cycling adventures.”

“I love the book. The storytelling is superb and you have a real sense of being with Andrew and Reggie during the many mini adventures. It’s a good read, and very inspiring.”

“I read many travel books, some are good, some are awful and when I started on this book, I had just skimmed a book about a cycle trip around the UK, which was really just a list of place names. This book couldn’t have been more different. I enjoyed every page of the trip. A highly recommended read.”

(Average rating on / 4.6 / 4.4)

Both books are also available in paperback from – click on the book of your choice below – and other Amazon stores worldwide and as an eBook from Apple iBooks. Signed copies of the books are available direct from the author by following this link.

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