You can cover a lot of distance, whizz up climbs, enjoy nature and focus on your own breath – road cycling is the best way to switch off and clear your head. To help you achieve this state as easily as possible, we’ve put together 10 Tours in and around Stuttgart. Whether it's a challenging day Tour or a shorter ride after work – our favourite routes offer you a varied selection.
Around the Stuttgart valley basin, the finest asphalt is waiting to be cycled. Wonderful cycle paths run through the idyllic valleys of the Murr, the Rems or along the Neckar, guaranteeing great road riding. If you’re more interested in altitude, then you can get your money's worth in the Löwenstein mountains, the Murrhardt forest or in the Schönbuch nature park. For a short mountain sprint in between, the steep vineyards are ideal. No matter what you choose: these circular routes around the state capital are plenty of fun and show off the region’s beautiful landscapes.
The area around Stuttgart is ideally suited for touring with a road bike – the combination of this glorious nature and the smooth roads is simply unbeatable. Ready? Hop on the saddle and don’t forget to come and talk to us in our store after your ride.
This round takes you from Stuttgart to eastern Heckengäu. You cycle over the finest roads - sometimes through the forest, sometimes along extensive meadows. On the way you will of course also collect a few meters in altitude, but fun descents await you in return. All around a wonderful and varied tour…
It's going to be princely on this round: You cycle from Stuttgart via Weil der Stadt to the pretty Solitude Castle. With a good 60 kilometres, the perfect lap for an early end of the day. The starting point is at the SportScheck Store in downtown Stuttgart.
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On this relaxed tour you cycle from Winnenden to the picturesque Remstal, through shady forests and steep vineyards. At almost 40 kilometers, this lap is nice and relaxed, so you have enough time along the way to take a break here and there.
It starts in Winnenden, which you can easily reach from Stuttgart…
This 80-kilometer round takes you on a hilly course through the Murrhardt forest. With almost 1,500 meters of altitude difference, you have a lot ahead of you, but the climbs are spread over the entire route, so that you can always give your legs some rest when rolling downhill.
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The Löwenstein mountains are a mountain range with elevations of up to 560 meters. The mountains are part of the Swabian-Franconian Forest and offer you a beautiful landscape that you can explore with a racing bike. You roll through the region on slippery roads and climb one or the other mountain.
Idyllically located in the Black Forest Central/North Nature Park, the Nagold Valley stretches out - a region that you can discover excellently by bike. And because a ride through the valley is always nice, you also add the Würmtal to this 75-kilometer loop. After all, the journey from Stuttgart must…
The Neckar meanders through Stuttgart on its way to the Rhine and is fed by the Rems a few kilometers downstream of the state capital. Two rivers that characterize the landscape around Stuttgart - and that accompany you on this route for a while. Since it is logically mostly flat along the riverbank…
The Schönbuch Nature Park stretches south-west of Stuttgart and is always worth a visit. And so that the way to the first nature park in Baden-Württemberg is also worthwhile, you make a wide detour around Stuttgart on your way, after all you also want to collect kilometers and meters in altitude. With…
On this round you can take it easy. With a distance of more than 50 kilometers and less than 500 meters of altitude difference, the tour can be cycled in a relaxed manner. Perfect for taking one more break on the go. The round starts in Winnenden. From Stuttgart you can take the S23 to the starting point…
The seven mills rattle by the rushing brook! On this almost 90-kilometer circular route you will get to know the idyllic Siebenmühlental on the southwestern edge of the Filder plateau. A beautiful path leads through the well-known valley, on which it rolls fantastically. However, the valley is very popular…
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