Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)
The only piece of RS1 vision that has come true that you can ride on. A dream with quiet zones, separated stripes and often separate pedestrian walkway. Especially the two endpoints are worth a visit, so the Café "Radmosphäre" at the pond and the fully developed end of the track in Mühlheim. Makes you hungry for more and I can not wait for the whole route from Duisburg to Hamm to finish (2030?) ...
September 2, 2019
The ambitious project "RS1" is taking shape. The bike path should be over 100 kilometers long and lead to Hamm. The first ten kilometers are completed and can be inspected and blasted. If this is pulled through, then this is at least a pretty unique bike path once through the Ruhr area.
July 31, 2018
Yeah, but ......
Yes, super developed
Yes, fast connection between Mh & E .... Ideal for commuters (and for Sunday drivers)
Yes, also fast to drive
Yes, branches well signposted
Yes, nice lakes and viewpoints in Essen - City
Nice track? No ..... Most of the time on the railway line long, the other side embankment .... (I'm probably spoiled by the Lower Rhine.) I love trails where there is something to see ......)
July 23, 2017
RS1-largely nicely developed (except for one unpaved section (as of 2018)) and always worth a lap.
2021: still water-bound surface. At least on these sections no longer appropriate to the increased traffic volume. The new section in the south of Gelsenkirchen seems more efficient.
October 23, 2018
Shows a lot of what could go if you wanted to.Also shows what else you can mess up ... the whole street furniture junk in Mülheim, but also the interruptions due to paved sections. You wouldn't get the idea on the freeway.The RS1 should range from Duisburg to Hamm. I have serious doubts whether this century will go this far. Until then, you can put together an east-west connection through the Ruhr area from RS1 and various railway routes.
May 23, 2020
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