NEWS – Today, Civil War Cycling announces the immediate availabilty of digital (PDF) maps for bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park. For a complete listing of fourteen different safe, fun, and educational bicycle routes through the Gettysburg battlefield, please visit the Digital Maps section of our Shop. You can purchase a map for bicycling Gettysburg for as little as $2.95.
The maps supplement the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park: The Cyclist’s Civil War Travel Guide, which will be available for pre-order on January 14, 2019. You can read more about the 284-page guidebook, here. Together, the book and companion maps, although useful independent of one another, provide an outdoor, experiential learning framework for adventurous, self-directed students of all ages.
Maps for bicycling Gettysburg …
How to get your maps NOW
Click Shop. Next, find the map that you want. Then click Buy Now and interact with PayPal screens to complete the purchase. Although PayPal manages the checkout process, you do not need a Payl account, only a debit or credit card. The transaction is secure. After you authorize payment, you will be sent an email with a download link to your PDF map.
Enjoy your maps (no license keys)
You can print Civil War Cycling’s PDF for your personal use without having to hassle with license keys or any kind of “digital rights management.”
Most bicyclists will print maps for bicycling Gettysburg and then stuff them into jersey pockets, panniers, or handlebar map bags for use during a bicycle ride. You can also read the PDF file on your mobile device (if you have a PDF reader) during a battlefield stop. For safety reasons, Civil War Cycling’s maps are not designed for use while riding your bicycle.
Would you like to see sample map pages?
If you would like to view some sample pages before purchasing a map, please look for the FREE GNMP Companion Map Listing or the FREE GNMP Route 12 Companion Map in the Digital Maps section of our Shop.
Civil War Cycling designed its bicycling maps for Gettysburg in a way that minimizes the bicyclist’s exposure to town traffic. The maps describe safe, circular routes through park land.