Atlanta to Savannah: A Cyclist’s Guidebook

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“Atlanta to Savannah: a cyclist’s guide” describes two routes from Atlanta to Savannah, each a little over 300 miles. The book is organized so that each route is a 6-day ride of 55 miles or so each day, designed for the cyclist who wishes to avoid car traffic and enjoy sights and experiences of the small communities and countryside. Included are rough maps, turn-by-turn cue sheets, and detailed cue sheets–these offer important points of interest, historical insights, bike shops, convenience store locations, road hazards, lodgings and restaurants.

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“Atlanta to Savannah: a cyclist’s guide” describes two routes from Atlanta to Savannah, each a little over 300 miles. The Left Wing Route follows somewhat the route of WT Sherman’s Left Wing on its March to the Sea in 1864. The Right Wing Route follows somewhat Sherman’s Right Wing. The book is organized so that each route is a 6-day ride of 55 miles or so each day, designed for the cyclist who wishes to avoid car traffic and enjoy sights and experiences of the small communities and countryside. Included are rough maps, turn-by-turn cue sheets, and detailed cue sheets–these offer important points of interest, historical insights, bike shops, convenience store locations, road hazards, lodgings and restaurants. The guidebook also includes a brief telling of Georgia’s formative history and culture. This book is about 70,000 words, 300+ pages, with plenty of photos, important phone numbers, fees and hours of operations.

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