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Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

Recommended by 49 out of 50 road cyclists


  • Here you can really tempobolzen during the week and early weekend. You drive along the Isar in sunny terrain. The route does not lead as much through the forest as the parallel track - perfect for a dry ride after rainy or sunny autumn and winter days. The asphalt conditions are pretty good - except for a few small potholes and cracks. On weekends here are inliners and cyclists on the way and you have to be careful.Another highlight is the Ickinger weir.

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  • Chrissss

    Really nice way. The "Tempobolzen" should, however, put on the times when no day trippers or families with young children are traveling ... This should probably be around Christmas and New Year around. That means: There is always a lot going on, take care and take care!

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  • Mobilat

    One of my favorite tracks ...
    On nice weekends you just have to be careful, especially when overtaking the many inline skaters, for whom the roads are perfect.

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  • Thomas

    Good tempo route north.

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  • Willy Sommer

    A narrow asphalt band in the middle of the shire near Puppling. Not to be confused with the Shire of Frodo Baggins ;-) And a ring to enslave them there is no :-)

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  • TomB

    No cars on this route!

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  • Willy Sommer

    A terrific bike / foot / skater way along Isar and Isarkanal. At the end of the Pupplinger Au you can toast with a cyclist.

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  • Echelon Tour

    Great for family rides

  • Distance3.03 mi
  • Uphill50 ft
  • Downhill0 ft