Die Eule (Eulendenkmal)

Die Eule (Eulendenkmal)

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    Germany's only cycling monument.
    The owl is a mountain in Fröndenberg / Ruhr that is well-known among cyclists. Its 1,200 m ascent is an average of 7.7% steep, the maximum gradient is 13%.

    In 1999, 2006 and 2008 the Eule Mountain Classification was part of the Deutschland Tour, at the event in 2006 Erik Zabel single-handedly won a mountain classification point that was untypical for a sprinter. Thanks to these celebrities, hobby drivers can also use the information on the meters still to be covered on the road.

    A memorial erected on the mountain by Willi Kemper, which was inaugurated by Gustav Kilian on August 19, 1989, is dedicated to “the cyclists of all nations”.

    Source: Wikipedia

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    • July 12, 2020

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Location: Fröndenberg/Ruhr, Unna, Ruhr Region, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany


  • Elevation270 m

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