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Velo Press Graham Watson's Tour de France Travel Guide. Featuring hundreds of Graham's award-winning photographs along with full-color maps, travel tips, checklists, and travel resources, this book presents a fresh and unique strategy for getting around the Tour's many daily obstacles to find a front-row seat for all the action. Item Specifications Velo Press Graham Watson's Tour de France Travel Guide. Featuring hundreds of Graham's award-winning photographs along with full-color maps, travel tips, checklists, and travel resources, this book presents a fresh and unique strategy for getting around the Tour's many daily obstacles to find a front-row seat for all the action. Item Specifications Book Topic Guide


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Velo Press Graham Watson's Tour de France Travel Guide. Featuring hundreds of Graham's award-winning photographs along with full-color maps, travel tips, checklists, and travel resources, this book presents a fresh and unique strategy for getting around the Tour's many daily obstacles to find a front-row seat for all the action. Item Specifications Velo Press Graham Watson's Tour de France Travel Guide. Featuring hundreds of Graham's award-winning photographs along with full-color maps, travel tips, checklists, and travel resources, this book presents a fresh and unique strategy for getting around the Tour's many daily obstacles to find a front-row seat for all the action. Item Specifications Book Topic Guide

36 review for Graham Watson's Tour de France Travel Guide: The Complete Insider's Guide to the Tour!

  1. 4 out of 5

    JDK1962

    Really excellent book for those planning a trip to follow some or all of the Tour de France, or a car and/or bike trip through France that plans to cover some of the route. You'll want to combine it with more up to date resources, but for giving a mix of touring information and bits of cycling history, it's great. I was a bit less interested in the detail on photographing the tour (and definitely less interested in his fondness for the wines of France), but the photographs were wonderful. Especia Really excellent book for those planning a trip to follow some or all of the Tour de France, or a car and/or bike trip through France that plans to cover some of the route. You'll want to combine it with more up to date resources, but for giving a mix of touring information and bits of cycling history, it's great. I was a bit less interested in the detail on photographing the tour (and definitely less interested in his fondness for the wines of France), but the photographs were wonderful. Especially those in Chapter 5 (Mountains of the Tour). My favorite was the one on page 229, which I like to call "The peleton being pursued by ghost cyclists up the Col du Glandon".

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mackay

    Watson is the preeminent photographer of cycling and cycling races, so this book is worth it for the pictures alone. I thought he might have interesting insights into places to stay and things to do apart from The Race, and indeed, he does. A nice handbooks with maps, recommendations, and discussions of food and regional specialties. And of course, legends of the Tour. But - not entirelly trustworthy as a tour (as opposed to Tour) guide. We were led astray by it... caveat emptor.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dianne

    I can't speak to the validity of the info because I have not been able to test it with a trip to the Tour but as an escapist read to learn more about the ways of the Tour and the lands in France which the Tour winds through, it is a good read. You can't get much closer to the Tour than Graham Watson has in his career as a photographer! I can't speak to the validity of the info because I have not been able to test it with a trip to the Tour but as an escapist read to learn more about the ways of the Tour and the lands in France which the Tour winds through, it is a good read. You can't get much closer to the Tour than Graham Watson has in his career as a photographer!

  4. 4 out of 5

    CG InDE

    In desperate need of an update. Much of the information in regards to travel is out of date.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Meg

    Just getting ready to enjoy the tour.

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    Wayne Lemieux

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