“Longer! Higher! Steeper!” cries the blurb on the follow-up to Simon Warren’s popular 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs book.
The sequel – Another 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs: A Road Cyclist’s Guide to Britain’s Hills – is due for release in early May.
The original pocket-size book (reviewed on RCUK here) provided a ride-through guide to each ascent, along with a map and fact file, while most had a profile – and the second book is set to follow the same format.
“Ticking all the same boxes as the original 100 climbs you’ll find inside killer hills from the tip of Cornwall to the Highlands of Scotland via East Anglia and the Isle of Man,” continues the blurb.
“Roads such as Asterton Bank, Gospel Pass, Millook, and the mighty Great Dun Fell. So just when you thought it was safe to go back to riding on the flat, here come another 100 Climbs.”
The book will cost £8.99 and will be published by Frances Lincoln on Thursday May 3.