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Spokes Midlothian 2015 Map

The 4th edition of our Midlothian map is now on sale!!

The map has been completely revised and updated, including…1502 Mid map Cover

  • The new Borders Railway (opening September)
  • Revised NCN [National Cycle Network] routes and numbering, to take account of the railway and other changes
  • The new link from Edinburgh (Gilmerton) to Midlothian, passing under the city bypass
  • The major Bonnyrigg Hopefield scheme, with its cyclepath network
  • Many other new and improved cycle links
  • Revised, updated and larger scale street maps of the main towns
  • All the extra cyclist-friendly features which people value in a Spokes map – gradient and distance systems; off-road paths shown prominently; busier/quieter roads;  places worth visiting, and so on…

Available in good bike and book shops at just £5.95, or by online order.

 

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Special Offer April & May

This offer only applies to orders sent by post to Spokes, St Martins Centre, 232 Dalry Road, Edinburgh EH11 2JG, with a cheque payable to Spokes

  • One map £5 including post
  • Additional maps £4 each [applies to all Spokes maps]

 

What you say about Spokes maps

“Fab cycle loop through East Lothian today – guided by the excellent map – Musselburgh, Haddington & back along the coast. Ace!”  [tweeted by @m_massage, 2014]

Hi guys! Your brilliant West Lothian map helped me out on my latest exploring adventure :)”  [tweeted by @crabbitcopy, 2014]

Just started cycling to get fit, used your East Lothian map today and really enjoyed it. It’s a great map! Thanks :) ”  [tweeted by @LA_Anders, 2013]

Thanks to our Spokes Maps we were rightly guided all the way … we really felt in good hands.”  [Dead Dog Blog, July 2012]

For more quotes see our website maps page.

 

Help publicise our new Midlothian map!

If you use twitter, please give our map tweet (below) a RT.  To do this, click the map below, then click the retweet symbol [the double arrow].

a RT!

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