Káďa - The Biker's Guide
Josef "Káďa" Kadeřábek is the chairman and founder of the MDA RIDE charity, a company of people who decided to help to people with neuromuscular disabilities known as muscular dystrophy in the Czech Republic. Previously, he co-founded and was a director of the Harley Owners Group Prague Chapter. He has also belonged to the organizers of the famous Harley-Davidson events in Prague at the Džbán dam. Especially during his directorship, those meetings were very popular and Prague has been visited by bikers from around the world.
Now, this lifelong motorcycle enthusiast became also the biker's guide to Bohemia and Moravia. He presents the Czech Republic from a slightly different perspective. Whether you're a seasoned biker who has traveled everywhere or a beginner, he offers you tips for motorcycle trips around the Czech Republic. No matter if you have a free afternoon or a whole day. You can choose a short so-called "around the chimney" trip or an all-day exploration trip. He is then individually glossing each trip and highlighting attractions of towns and villages, as well as the beauties of nature but also places where you can eat well or where you prefer not to walk in.
After the great success of his book The Biker's Guide to Bohemia, the Brána publishing house also published a loose sequel, new The Biker's Guide to Moravia. The most beautiful routes along the Moravian country spiced by his stories and experiences from his Moravia wanderings with his fellow bikers. By buying this book, everyone contributes to help people with muscular dystrophy.