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Ontario's Bike Paths and Rail Trails takes you along safe, well indicated trails, enabling you to better enjoy your travels on two wheels. A comprehensive directory of Ontario's bicycle paths and rail trails, it’s an ideal companion for family day trips. This unique guidebook to cycling in Ontario provides more than 110 detailed cycling maps covering all of the province’s regions, including the Greater Toronto Area, the Niagara Peninsula, the Lakelands, the Ottawa region and the long-distance Waterfront Trail, which runs along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. The different types of paths are clearly shown, and tables indicating distances covered are provided to help you plan your outings. This excellent guide to Ontario's bike paths is rounded out with sound advice for preparing your excursions, maintaining your bike and cycling with children, as well as information on Ontario’s cycling rules and regulations. Perfect for all cyclists, this book will guide you through each of your excursions, whether you’re setting off on your first bike trip or planning your next trek as a seasoned pro.
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John Lynes (6 June 1872 – date of death unknown) was an English cricketer. Lynes was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm fast-medium.
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