Im Badischen herrscht ein mildes Klima – ideal für den Weinbau und zum Rennrad fahren. Verkehrsarme Straßen schlängeln sich zwischen Heidelberg und Basel von Weinberg zu Weinberg – und auch mal hinauf in den Schwarzwald. Berauschend ist das nicht nur auf dem Rad
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Start at Heidelberg train station: "Hello, wake up!" Shakes the old town pavement. After a short visit, the gentle asphalt of the serpentines up to the Königstuhl awaits.The Baden Wine Cycle Path? First meanders through the sprawling surrounding area, so better over the mountain to Nussloch.From there with small deviations along the wine cycle path over almost continuously asphalted cycle paths and side routes into the Kraichgau hill country. The final ascent to Derdinger Horn is over two kilometers of well-drivable gravel, but it can also be bypassed - but you shouldn't miss this panoramic view!
The Kraichgau hills hurt your thighs in the morning, but the views over the gently undulating hills make up for it. From Weingarten it becomes flatter, but there is no trace of vineyards between the Rhine and the Black Forest.Because the wine cycle path is becoming less attractive for racing bikes, we follow the Murgtal behind Malsch deep into the Black Forest - ah, mountains! And what kind of thing, for example the Hornisgrinde late in the afternoon (attention, there is a 100 meter footpath there!), Before you quickly descend to the stage destination Sasbachwalden.
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Finally wine again! It starts in Sasbachwalden. Shortly afterwards in the Ortenau, steep ramps between vines on the Black Forest flanks alternate with switchbacks.From Gengenbach we head for a longer ascent in the Black Forest to avoid the route around Lahr that is feasible for racing bikes, but not quite optimal. Shortly before the end, the climbs between the terraces of the Kaiserstuhl really get going.
Wine, wine, wine again. First it goes up to the famous Texas Pass from Kiechlingsbergen in the Kaiserstuhl, then down through winding curves. This is followed by terraced vineyards on the Kaiserstuhl, a high path through the vines on the Tuniberg, and serpentines through the vines on the Batzenberg.Your legs are already on fire, but the Tuscany of Germany is still waiting, the hills of the Markgräflerland, with beautiful sunken paths between the vineyards and the curved, almost car-free side roads to Basel.