*We were kindly sent this beautiful cycle map to review, it’s the perfect gift for cyclists to keep and treasure when they have completed their cycle goals*
If you love cycling or have someone in your life that does, then look no further for a delightful gift idea for them, or for yourself.
Maps International have some beautifully made maps for the cyclist in you or your life, including this Scratch off cycle climb map
“Conquer the cycle climbs, scratch off the map. An inspired fun gift! Scratch Off UK Cycle Climbs Print is part of our ‘Collect and Scratch’ range and shows our selection of hill climbs ideal for cycling in England/UK. Scratch off the hill climbs you have tried and see how far you get! Once scratched you can look at the climbs you are yet to try and travel the country to find them. This product can be personalised with a line of text of your choice, or alternatively, you can choose from our selection of quotes”
It’s a perfect gift for cyclists and one that can be used well, then framed and kept to be treasured as a momento of achievements and places someone has cycled to and challenges me. You can frame it to put it in pride of place for everyone to see your cycle glory.
This would make a great gift for Father’s Day or Christmas or a birthday and we are delighted to offer our readers the chance to win one. Simply comment on this blog post sharing where you would love to cycle to in the UK and why and then click on the link blow to complete your entry. A winner will be chosen on the 16th July 2021Scratch off Cycle Map from Maps International RRP £12
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I’d like to cycle along the north Norfolk coast.
i like to cycle around london, but off the beaten track – along the canals and parks!
I would love to cycle around Cornwall and Devon.
Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd
Devon/Cornwall be magical
There are a few places I have seen in the Lake Districts on a holiday a couple of years ago (without my bike) that I would love to cycle
I would love to cycle around Yorkshire, take in Buttertubs, Holme Moss etc
The Lake District
I would love to go cycling in the Lake District