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Mary Shaw and Roy Weil


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If you're interested in exploring new trails, a good guidebooks can be your best friend. If you're sticking to the familiar trails, a guidebook can help you see them with fresh eyes.

We own and have used all the books we describe on these pages. We hope you'll enjoy them as well. We have arranged for you to order them from Amazon.com (the on-line bookstore). While you're shopping at Amazon, you can find lots of other biking books -- we found over 1500 titles in a search on "bicycle".

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You are visiting FreeWheeling Easy in Western Pennsylvania, copyright 1998,1999,2000,2001 by Mary Shaw and Roy Weil. We encourage you to link to these pages or print copies for personal use. However, if you want to copy the material for any other use, you must ask us first. Other outdoor publications by the authors. Page updated 04/08/06 by Mary Shaw     Comments to maintainer.

As always we have made a serious effort to present accurate descriptions.  However we are human, trails change with time, and we occasionally receive incorrect information.  Therefore we can not be responsible for discrepancies between these descriptions and actual trail conditions.   Use common sense, judgment and be careful out there.