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|The Elements - Cycling around Iceland
tour started August 2017, submitted 5 October 2017
language: en, nl
This time a tour around Iceland is on my program, the land that looks like a divine geological experiment. The land where you actually see how the landscape is molded by the elements. Earth, water, fire and air: the elements are represented here in their most extreme manifestations. The earth that is literally torn apart by the divisive forces from the depths of the earth, the earth that is mostly bare and often more or less devoid of vegetation by the arctic temperatures and the barren climate or is completely covered by snow and ice. Water, that in falls from the sky in large quantities, flows to the ocean in majestic rivers, tumbles down in dramatic waterfalls or squits into the air as geysers. Fire bubbles continuously under the surface, but can burst into the sky at all times by one of the many volcanoes. Air is the element that I am confronted with most frequently as a cyclist, as the wind is raging over the mountains and plains of the fascinating island.
|Thaya circle tour - Thayarunde
tour started September 2017, submitted 28 September 2017
A very sunny and stable fall weather made us decide to do this tour The trail is only 111 kilometers. The interesting part is that one rides on former railroad tracks. The are in perfect condition (asphalt) and very good marked (except at Waidhofen an der Thaya). I have scanned in the road map to provide interested bicyclists sufficient information.
We just spent one day. Reason: Easy to Czech per train form Vienna and the, sorry to say, the Czech part of this trail is not interesting, nor have infrastructure, we expect. On the most Northern part of the trail, we have been riding the "Iron Curtain Trail". not really interesting, just a good sounding name and steep climbs. Most interesting the ride to Waidhofen an der Thaya (route South) and up to Waldkirchen and on the return the city of Raabs an der Thaya. We have been riding the tour clockwise, starting at Göpfritz an der Wild.
If you need more information please call the tourist-information at Zwettl / Lower Austria (phone +43 2822 54109) They will send you the map and a leaflet with sightseeing information and list of accommodations. hope you enjoy the picture report. Good luck to our followers.
|Wiener Neustädter Kanaltour
tour started September 2017, submitted 19 September 2017
This has been the end of our "Paradiesroute" tour. Our train ended at Wiener Neustadt, so it was an easy decission to add this easy going 45 kilomters. Ending in a winery. So good to review a tour with a glass of wine in hand... ;-) Moreover, we arrived "dry" - no rain at all.
By train to Wiener Neustadt. Starting at Wiener Neustadt Hauptbahnhof. Heading for Mödling and further to Brunn am Gebirge. On paved roads to Lichtenwörth, then gravel roads until Leobersdorf. Here the paved roads starts again. We followed the Channel "Wiener Neustädter Kanal" side road. Enjoy the picture report. Good luck to our followers!
|Road bike tour Pinggau to Rudersdorf
tour started September 2017, submitted 18 September 2017
First of all: the trail really exists... We thought it was a fake... All what is written in the Internet is not correct!
There are no e-bike charging stations along the route. Only at Rudersdorf we have seen one (and occupied by the local e-bike rental shop). One explanation we heard whilst our tour: the route is "young" and not everything is established...
|Road bike tour Lindau - Berchtesgaden
tour started August 2017, submitted 1 September 2017
The bicycle trail "Königsseeradweg" is very good marked. Again: expect many, many gravel roads. Expect Germany's best scenic Southern landscape (Allgäu - Bavaria). At the area Füssen / Schwangau it is very busy. Heavy traffic, too many tourists from all over the world. We have been calling at least 10 times to find a proper accommodation.
Assuming you do it without an e-bike, this tour is only for trained and experienced bicyclists, with good equipment. I have been riding with a triple gear in front and the rear sproket has been 28 teeth (should be 30!).
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|Manchester to London
tour started July 2017, submitted 11 August 2017
My 5 year old son and I rode from Manchester Airport to London via Hindhead. We rode for 10 days, 350 miles, and did 13,000 feet of climb. We visited Ironbridge, the Costwolds, and Oxford along the way.
|Da Spoleto a l'Aquila - seconda parte
tour started June 2016, submitted 1 August 2017
Continue the journey in the heart of Italy by bicycle in the company of the cycling instructor Marco Parrini. He was fortunate enough to visit places and countries that a few months later were hit by a large-scale seismic event.
Continua il viaggio nel cuore dell'Italia in bicicletta in compagnia del cicloviaggiatore Marco Parrini. Egli ha avuto la fortuna di visitare i luoghi e i paesi che alcuni mesi dopo furono colpiti da un evento sismico di grande portata.
|Da Spoleto a l'Aquila - prima parte
tour started June 2016, submitted 1 August 2017
Un viaggio nel cuore dell'Italia. Marco Parrini visita i luoghi e i paesi che alcuni mesi dopo furono colpiti da un evento sismico di grande portata.
A trip to the heart of Italy. Marco Parrini visits places and countries that a few months later were hit by a large-scale seismic event.
|Mur Radweg Tour
tour started July 2017, submitted 6 July 2017
There is no time to stall. we fade away too young, so much left ondone... Reason of the tour: I am still working on my white spots of my bicycling career... ;-)
Whenever you check the Internet you may read: "this tour is easy, as always flat, roads are paved all the way through, for familes, etc." Well, the tour comprises at least hundred poisoned stiffer rises (in German language "giftige Anstiege"). Most of them just 500 yards long, but... energy consuming.
we started a Tamsweg. Flat. Just before Murau the first gravel roads on forest roads (but compacted gravel, that's the good thing). And here we had our first stiffer rises... And they never ended. Just before Graz the last one...
|Road bike tour along the "Alpe Adria Bike trail" - VFG-1
tour started June 2017, submitted 18 June 2017
There is no time to stall. We fade away to soon, so much left undone...
see webpage for more information: https://www.alpe-adria-radweg.com/en/
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