Austria Cycling Maps. Freytag & Berndt, 2007. These are new cycling route strip maps, ideal for carrying on a bike. The maps have an accordian-fold strip map of the route, brief description of the main sites and/or villages in that route section, and useful information such as hotels, telephone numbers, locations of bike repair shops, etc.
Sample of the Danube map detail
Donauradweg - Danube Bike Trail.
Innradweg - Inn Bike Trail.
Mozartradweg - Mozart Bike Trail.
Salzkammergut Radweg - Salzkammergut Bike Trail.
Tauernradweg - Tauern Bike Trail.
Drauradweg - Drava Bike Trail.
The Danube Cycle Way Guide. Cicerone, UK. The first in a two-volume set, this guidebook describes cycling the first 1271km of the Danube river from its source in the Black Forest to Budapest, passing through Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. Suitable for all levels of cyclist, the route visits the great cities of Vienna and Bratislava before arriving in the Hungarian capital.
NOTE: Volume 2, covering from Budapest to the Black Sea will be coming out later this year.
Danube Bike Trail Vol. 1 - Donaueschingen to Passau. 1:50,000 scale maps + 17 city maps, 152 pages.
Danube Bike Trail vol. 2 - Passau to Vienna 1:50,000 scale maps + city maps, 160 pages. The most popular section of the Danube Trail. In English.
Danube Bike Trail Vol. 3 - Vienna to Budapest. 1:75,000 scale maps + 5 city maps, 132 pages.
Danube Bike Trail Vol. 4 - Budapest to the Sea. 1:75,000 scale maps + 5 city maps, 132 pages. Covers from Budapest, through Belgrad, and Bucharest to the Sea at Tulcea.
Austria Cycling Atlas. 1:50,000 - 1:200,000. Freytag & Berndt. A guide describing 160 cycling tours throughout the country, each manageable in a few hours. Descriptions, in German only are accompanied by map extracts at 1:50,000 or 1:200,000 (or street plans where appropriate) on which the routes are highlighted. In German only.
Sample of the route descriptions Sample of the maps
Austria Cycling Atlas. Bikeline/Esterbauer. This atlas presents 90 cycle tours in Austria, covering in total about 3300 km. Routes are between 15 & 50 km in length and suitable for day or weekend trips.
As with the other Bikeline cycling publications, each tour description is accompanied by a clear and concise map showing the route and surroundings. The cartography at 1:50,000 and 1:100,000 distinguishes different types of cycle path eg. those with or without motor traffic, variations in quality of surface. Other details include spot heights, steep or light gradient indicators, intermediate distances, railways, footpaths, tunnels & bridges.
In addition to showing landmarks and landscape features eg. churches, castles, towers, monuments, historic sites, viewpoints, nature reserves, forests, vineyards etc, the mapping includes plenty of symbols to indicate an extensive range of features and facilities for tourists. These include campsites, guesthouses, tourist information offices, shopping facilities, ferries, car parks, bike workshops & bike stands. Where appropriate, small street plans for towns are also provided.
Each tour description includes useful contact details for local facilities and places to visit. Like the majority of titles by this publisher, the text is in German only, although the extensive map legend includes English translations.
The volume is in ring-binder format so that the A4 size pages for chosen routes can be removed. 219 pages.
Index showing locations of described rides Sample of the route descriptions Sample #1 of the maps Sample #2 of the maps