Germany’s largest federal state in terms of area stretches from Upper Franconia down to the foothills of the Alps in Upper Bavaria. Bavaria is home to over 13 million people and this makes it the second most populous federal state after North Rhine-Westphalia. Here, you can visit the Kaiserburg in Nuremberg, follow in the footsteps of the 1972 Olympic Games, as well as discover the source of the Isar river and the foothills of the Alps. There are over 640 breweries in Bavaria, and Munich is the most densely populated municipality in Germany. It’s a lot of fun away from the big city.
Rolling your Rs and saying a friendly ‘servus’ (a local greeting), with the Right Ride book, local athletes welcome you to their home base and take you on their favourite rides. Far away from the tourist hustle and bustle at the main market in Nuremberg and the crowds on the banks of the Isar, exciting micro-adventures await you.
Listen to the sound of your jersey zipping up, wheel your bike out the door, click the fastener of your helmet and feel your sunglasses rest on your ears. Click your shoes into your pedals and let yourself roll for the first few metres; let the hum of your hub bring a smile to your lips.
Off you go! Discover new routes, landscapes and places with Right Ride.
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Road Cycling Collection by Rapha München
Road Cycling Collection by Martin Donat
Bike Touring Collection by Birkenfelder Land
Mountain Biking Collection by So Sussex