You can download the complete Internet pages. Than you can read and print them in your own time without the pressure of being online.
Just click on the link 'download' to save the pages to your hard drive. Modern browser want to open each and every link, to avoid this your the easiest way is to click on the 'download' link with your right mouse button and choose the option "to save under" or similar.
User of MS DOS including the old Windows version till 3.11, look at end of page.
To reduce the file size and therefore the download time, all pages have been reduced into one file. This (zip) file is in common use these days, so you should be able to open that file.
MAC computers: tested with Stuff-It Expander 5.1.3
Windows 95/98/2000/XP/NT: WinZip, Norton Commander, The Next Tool, etc. Important: Some tools (e.g. WinZip) give you the option, only open the files without recreating the original file structure. But the path information of the files are important.
cycletour.zip (955 KB)
Only Windows 95/98/2000/NT
Alternative you can open the downloaded file on your hard drive with a double click. This only works for the above mentioned programs.
cycletour.exe (985 KB)
MS DOS including Windows till Version 3.11:
Our Internet pages have got 'long file names'. The old MS DOS programs only allow 8 signs. Thats why you will not be able to open the downloaded file. One option is, to download the file onto a stiffy and read it on a different computer.