iBike WAWA – A Bicyclist’s guide to Warsaw Poland
The FREE version of ibike WAWA is no longer available for download. Thank you to everyone who made Part 1 a success and encouraged us to continue writing and complete the full version.
“i Bike WAWA: A bicyclist’s guide to Warsaw” is an e-guidebook for cycling Warsaw that will help new and experienced cyclists alike find interesting routes in and around the Warsaw metro area. We have written this book from our own experiences as new residents of Warsaw who came here 2 years ago and found very little information about where to go, how to get there and what to see along the way.
We are working furiously at present to complete the full version and make it available for you to get out and ride your bike around Poland’s capital city…
Update:the official launch party for iBike WAWA is 5 June at Black Sheep .
Come out and get your copy at a special discount for one night only! We will have contests, prizes and lots to eat & drink too!
See you there!
This will be the full featured version of 24 rides both within the city of Warsaw and out into the surrounding countryside. Inside you will find detailed route information for cycling around Warsaw, full color maps, GPX tracks, turn by turn cue sheets, short, medium and long distance routes, as well as points of interest, restaurants, cultural highlights and more great photography of Warsaw!
24 great bike rides: Included in the guide are a variety of rides; short, medium and long distance routes, designed to show you the great things about Warsaw and the surrounding areas all from the saddle of your bike. The routes are ridable on almost any type of bike and can be done by almost anyone. Go explore Warsaw by bike!
Full color maps: Each ride features full color maps with marked turn points, bike shops, points of interest, cafes, distances and interesting side trips to make your bicycle excursions around Warsaw the best they can be.
GPX Tracks: With every ride we have included downloadable and sharable GPS tracks to use with your smart phone, tablet or GPS unit of your choice. Now you will always know where you are and where you’re going thanks to the magic of GPS and the hard work of Two Wheel Travel.
Cue sheets and detailed directions: Each ride includes detailed cue sheets, turn by turn directions, areas of interest, side trips and connections to other routes. Combine with the maps and GPX tracks we have written the cue sheets after countless hours of research and riding every single meter of every ride in this guide several times over the last 3 years to insure accuracy and the highest level of detail.
Points of interest: Warsaw is a fascinating city to explore and there are so many interesting places to go, it was difficult to pare them all down into one guide. We have included several exciting points of interest, cultural highlights and fun things to see and do along each ride in this guide. Enjoy exploring Warsaw and never miss a thing!
Cafes and Restaurants: Bicyclist’s get hungry ( and thirsty!) so we have included great places to eat and drink along your way, as well as several food shops in the countryside when you just want to have a picnic. Don’t worry about not having enough to eat, Warsaw has enough great restaurants and cafes to always keep you satisfied.
Insight into Warsaw’s bicycle culture: Included in the introduction section are a variety of insights, tips and general information about cycling in Warsaw, bicycle culture, bike sharing, using public transit and general knowledge for people on bikes around Poland’s capital city. Make sure you check out the section on Warsaw’s Critical Mass rides!
Cycling resources: Sometimes you need a little help. In this section we have included links to some of our favorite bike shops, tourism organizations, navigation tools and apps and a whole lot more.
Great photography: What guide would not be complete with out great photography and stunning images to inspire you to get out and ride. Warsaw has no shortage of great places to photograph and we have captured the moments that will excite you to get out and see the city by bike.
Come back soon to download “iBike WAWA: a bicyclist’s guide to Warsaw, second edition.
COMING SOON: iBike WAWA, second edition
May 25, 2013 June 6, 2013
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