Cycling and winning at the same time – this is made possible by the Bergamont #myridemytimechallenge. You can win a sporty e-bike from the Hamburg bike manufacturer — and, if you register in time, you will also receive one of 500 komoot complete packages. All you have to do is to register on the Bergamont homepage, cycle and share your experiences. After all, every second on your bike is a second of life time gained. When you're on your bike, one thing's for sure: you're not stuck in traffic jams or looking for parking. The ten fantastic routes in this Collection will inspire you and guide you through Hamburg and its surroundings – the home of Bergamont Bikes.
Whether on a mountain, city, racing or gravel bike – enjoy your ride and share it with the komoot community! That’s how easy it is to participate in the Bergamont #myridemytimechallenge. Once you have registered on the Bergamont website, all you have to do is follow the Hamburg-based bike manufacturer’s official komoot profile (komoot.de/user/bergamont) and spend as much time as possible on your bike from 1. August to 28. August 2019. Don't forget to take a photo on your ride and then tag Bergamont as a participant. Whoever spends the longest time on their bike during the competition period wins a Bergamont "E-Horizon FS Edition 2019". In addition, the first 500 users who register on the Bergamont site will receive a complete komoot package – for free! So, what are you waiting for? Take on the challenge and start cycling! We wish you good luck and lots of fun riding your bike.
Whether you're living in Hamburg or just visiting, the routes in this Collection give you a whole new perspective of the city and its many interesting corners. With fresh sea breeze and bike-friedly streets, Hamburg is perfect to discover from your saddle. You will be amazed at how quickly your bike can take you from the pulsating metropolis to idyllic nature on the outskirts of the city. Enjoy the North German flair, explore the fantastic world-famous sights, get lost in dreamy brooks and mysterious moorlands – the routes in this collection offer you this and more.
This tour is a cool bike adventure, perfect for light mountain or gravel bikes. Along the Alster and the Best you cycle for almost 60 kilometers on beautiful gravel roads and singletrack, until you finally meet in Bad Oldesloe on the Trave. From here it goes back by train.It's amazing how fast you are from the hustle and bustle of the Hanseatic city in the middle of nature. The beautiful paths along the Alster quickly make for a holiday feeling and always offer you beautiful views of the river and all sorts of lakes that you pass on the way. Cozy old walls, proud farmhouses and idyllic bridges line your way. And after about 40 kilometers you can strengthen yourself in the Gutscafé Stegen in a rural idyll for the rest of the way. Before you take the train back to Hamburg, it is worthwhile to take a short stroll through the beautiful old town of Bad Oldesloe. Here you can also relax, or just treat yourself to a cold drink or delicious ice cream.Tip: If the tour is too long for you, you can simply shorten it by going back in Ohlstedt. This will halve the distance.
This round is great, because it allows you to cycle in the middle of the city into the green surroundings of Hamburg in no time at all. The train will help you to get from the bustling central station to the cozy suburban railway in just over 20 minutes. Perfect to enjoy a wonderfully quiet bike ride after work without much effort.From Ahrensburg it goes directly out into the countryside. Past the idyllic Manhagen-pond you cycle over quiet forest paths and across meadows and fields to Lake Lütjensee. In good weather, it's worth taking a break, which you can use to jump into the water. Then you take the course over Hamburg on the beautiful Glinde-Trittau-Radweg. Just before you roll back into the center of the city, the urban flair becomes clearly noticeable.Tip: Basically, it does not matter how you ride this tour. You can start just as well at Hamburg Central Station and take the train back from Ahrensburg. If you want to do that, we can recommend you a trip to Gut Wulfsdorf, where you can fill your backpack with some delicious organic products directly from the farm.
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This tour is short, compact and starts centrally in Hamburg Altona at the Platz der Republik. It is perfectly suited as a sporty after-work program on the road bike, where you deserve a whopping 320 meters in altitude on around 33 kilometers.Responsible for this is the notorious Waseberg, which comes up with 70 meters of altitude, some 16 percent slope and rough asphalt and - at least for North German conditions, quite a challenge. If he is not enough for you, drive him several times!This tour has much to offer not only for the calves, but also for the eyes. You cycle through the noble Hamburg suburb of Blankenese with its noble houses and you have always beautiful views of the Elbe. Above all, the view of the busy harbor on the other bank of the Elbe is definitely worth a break. At the leisurely pace of the huge container ships can be switched off after a strenuous tour great - the evening can begin!
Once out into the green and back - this tour is wonderfully suited to spend a great time in the nature with the mountain or Gravelbike. The great route alone will be fun - if you want to turn it into an entertaining and enjoyable weekend adventure, many interesting highlights along the way invite you to take all kinds of breaks.You start in the middle of Hamburg at the central station. Of course it is still a bit hectic, but the special flair of the Hanseatic city can be experienced particularly well by bike. The route is also laid out so that you drive as relaxed as possible to the city limits. Before you know it, it is always quiet, until you find yourself suddenly in the beautiful suburban idyll of the worth seeing garden city. From here it is not far to Ahrensburg, where you turn off to Stellmoor. On the way you can indulge yourself in the Viennese coffee house a stylish break, inform you in the museum village Volksdorf about the good old days or let off steam in the "Cyclocross Land Hamburg".Finally, Stellmoor awaits you with a wonderful natural idyll. Mysterious wetlands that you partly cross over picturesque wooden footbridges, horse pastures like from a picture book, shady forests and here and there a small lake - here you can relax and unwind. Towards the end of the tour you will return to the city. Slowly it gets busier again, until you are back in the hustle and bustle around the main station - exhausted and relaxed!Tip: If the distance is too big for you or you do not have that much time, you can go back to Hamburg by regional express at the turning point of the tour in Ahrensburg.
This tour takes you right through Hamburg. Past the most beautiful parts of the city, real highlights and viewpoints that you must have seen. If you're visiting Hamburg and want to explore the city by bike, this round is for you!Let's go at the main station - if you come by train, you can swing yourself right on your bike. The first "loop" of this tour takes you to Hafencity and the beautiful new bike path along the Oberhafenkanal to Entenwerder, where a small (coffee) break is offered. Through the industrial charm of the harbor you roll to the old Elbtunnel - one of the top highlights in Hamburg - and then to the UNESCO World Heritage Speicherstadt. If you have enough, you can finish the tour here after about 17 kilometers. Or you hang the second loop on it.The leads you once around the Outer Alster. Passing Hamburg's promenade, the Jungfernstieg, you will cycle around the well-known waters and, for the most part, use wonderfully quiet bicycle lanes, which have been laid out here in recent years. No matter from which shore: Here you have almost everywhere a great view of the Outer Alster and Hamburg in the background.
Northwest of Hamburg can be great road bike ride! On the many small side roads here you can - away from the traffic - run really nice and enjoy the beautiful landscape and cozy, small villages.Of course you can cycle to the start of the tour - or take the suburban train from Hamburg, which will take you quickly and comfortably to Fuhlsbüttel-Nord. Here we go. Passing the Hamburg airport, you can now walk to the northwest. You cross the A7, later the B4 and rejoice instead on the traffic-poor side roads, over which you finally reach Quickborn. If you fancy a big round, you can continue here to the northwest into the beautiful Himmelmoor - the largest moor in Schleswig-Holstein.If you stay on this lap, you are now on the way back. In the cozy restaurant Wulfsmühle you can strengthen yourself and then, as already on the way, on low-traffic side roads relaxed back to Fuhlsbüttel roll. Shortly before the starting point, a stop at the "Coffee to fly" is worthwhile: here you can treat yourself to a delicious coffee or a snack while watching the interesting hustle and bustle at the Hamburg airport.
This tour leads you straight into the heart of the Lüneburg Heath with all its peculiarities: interesting sand trails, beautiful views, idyllic rest stops and of course the most prominent inhabitants of the heath landscape, the Heidschnucken.Let's go to the farm Sudermühlen - look forward to the end of the tour, because then you can strengthen yourself here extensively. From here you drive over mostly unpaved roads through the middle of the heath and collect even some altitude: On top of the Wilseder mountain waiting for a fantastic view of you and then there's a great descent. By the way, everyone can enjoy it: you do not need a very strong physical condition for this tour, and in terms of driving technique it is rather simple - of course, a basic knowledge of course can not hurt. Beginners saddle their mountain bike best, experienced bikers can provide with the light cross or Gravelbike for that little extra.After a ramble through the mystical valley called Totengrund, where you can enjoy one of the most beautiful heathland ever worth a visit to Wilsede. The car-free town with its picturesque thatched roof houses is like a large open-air museum and in the cozy milk hall you can enjoy hot coffee and delicious cakes.On the whole tour you should always be considerate and vigilant, because the trails here are also used by hikers. If this tour is too short for you - no problem: Thanks to the dense network of paths you can easily extend it.During the summer (15 July to 15 October) the starting point of the tour from Hamburg can even be reached by public transport. That's when the Heide shuttle buses with bicycle trailers will be driving. With the RE4 you drive to Tostedt, from there with the Heideshuttle 2 to the stop "Zur Sudermühle".
South of Hamburg is this gem that is perfect for turning off your computer and trading your mail against the trails. In the Harburger mountains, extensive natural forests, idyllic heathland and, above all, innumerable single trails await you. On this tour you will get to know her from her less known side.Right from the start you dive into your mini holiday: Let's go to the Kärntner Hütte - Austrian Alpine feeling included. Look forward to the après-bike: Kaiserschmarrn and a cool wheat beer, that are good prospects.But before the trails are plowed! There are a lot of them here. They are technically easy to do, but they have endless flow and make beginners and experienced bikers alike fun. Since the round comes up with almost 44 kilometers in length and a few meters in altitude, you should still bring a certain level of fitness to have fun here. In between, there are always nice breaks - take a deep breath and enjoy the beautiful landscape. Especially the Fischbeker Heide with its open heathland is really worth seeing.The last descent then spits you out directly in front of the Kärntner Hütte. Ready for a portion of Kaiserschmarrn including hut fun?The starting point of the tour is easy to reach from Hamburg by S-Bahn: S3 and S31 will take you to Neuwiedenthal station, from there you can cycle to the Kärntner Hütte.
This tour starts with two cultural highlights: At the beginning there's real Hamburg football and real Hamburg bike history. Let's go in the middle of St. Pauli and before you swing on your bike, you can stand in peace in front of the Hamburg headquarters Radamega Bergamont and look across the street to the legendary Millerntor Stadium of FC St. Pauli. Then you are ready for a beautiful, about 60 kilometers long bike ride from the neighborhood to the dike.The route is long but consistently flat. Past the Landungsbrücken and between Grossmarkt and Hafencity, you will leave the city on the Elbe Cycle Route. About small winding roads you drive over the Elbe island Kaltehofe and on the dike of the Doveelbe to Altengamme. Here you meet the Marschbahndammweg, whose "green tunnel" usually brings you back to Hamburg, protected from the wind.The route is mostly idyllic and with a lot of northern flair. Locks, dikes, the Elbe and always cozy rest areas make for a great combination of sports and enjoyment. If you are looking for a refreshment on the way, you will definitely find the right location for it. For example, the Marsch dam leads you past a cozy Italian: how about a pizza in the old station building overlooking the lake?The end of the tour we have placed in the middle of the port city. Here you can - in the style of classic racing cycling - finish the tour in the Speicherstadt coffee roasting with freshly brewed espresso.