Road bikes and a good cup of coffee — they somehow belong together, don't they? The ceremonious coffee at the end of a ride has become apart of cycling culture, as long as it's a good brew. Then, simply add in some passion, craftsmanship and a cozy ambiance, and the post-ride coffee stop becomes the perfect way to end any good ride. That's exactly why the seven Tours in this Collection don't end just anywhere: They all end in a cozy café that does a great cup of joe. Here, you can smell, taste and discover the love of the barista. With a bit of luck, you can also see live how the green beans turn black and unfold their full aroma slowly.
Apart from coffee, each of our rides offers tons of other stuff for cyclists of all shapes, sizes and fitness levels. The concept here is simple: Get out of the city and into nature as fast as humanly possible. That's why we have preferably opted for small country and side roads or quiet (railway) cycle paths. Our focus during our planning of these rides was consistently on enjoyment, not performance.
All of our Tours start from large German cities and end at a great coffee stop. Therefore, if you're local, on vacation or just passing through, you're guaranteed to find something worthwhile here. For a stress-free journey, we've planned all of our rides to start at the main station. However, with our route planner you can easily set a different starting point so that you are flexible in your journey. The rides are mostly of medium length so that you still have enough energy to ride home from the cafe afterward. Some routes also offer the possibility to shorten the route — so you can decide for yourself how long you want to ride.
This beautiful tour offers you double delights. Not only the destination in Bochum leads you directly into the café of a small roasting house, also half way you can insert a stylish break with pastries and espresso.
It starts at the main station in the middle of Bochum, from where we take you out of the…
If you think about Hamburg, you probably think of a lot. The neighborhood, the FC St. Pauli, rain, headwind and long, flat roads. But did you know that Hamburg is a real coffee city? This is because Hamburg is the most important German import port for the fresh beans, which is why there are a lot of…
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In Berlin, there is pretty much nothing that does not exist. And what is only halfway popular, there are in tens of copies. So it is with the coffee roasters. If you want to rummage through all the cafes in Berlin with home-roasted beans, you're probably out and about all day. For the small coffee thirst…
"Good things take a while" - this could be the motto of this wonderful tour, which leads you from the "Gate of the Black Forest", Offenburg, directly into the Black Forest. There are long driveways to complete in peace, beautiful views for a while to interact, to master the subsequent, long descents…
That Münster is a good place for cyclists, we probably do not have to tell you. This short road bike tour combines all the beauty the area has to offer and ends right in a cozy café with its own roasting house. A bit of culture, coupled with sports and a nice reward - that's a really good combination…
Franconia is well known for its culinary specialties. At first one thinks more of dumplings, Sauerbraten and beer. But the culture of cycling includes a fresh espresso, which is why we took a look around in the South of the Republic.
Our tour starts in Nuremberg and leads you out into the beautiful rural…
Road Cycling Collection by Oberösterreich
Road Cycling Collection by Anna
Running Collection by Pauline van der Waal
Bike Touring Collection by Münsterland