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Münster - Innenstadtring und am Aasee entlang

01:27
4.99 mi
3.4 mph
175 ft
200 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
181 yd
0.61 mi
1.30 mi
1.78 mi
2.41 mi
3.07 mi
3.22 mi
3.34 mi
4.49 mi
4.99 mi

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Michael went for a hike.

January 7, 2020

Comments

  • Michael

    Not so easy to take a cyclist-free photo here in Münster 😉 no matter where you are, they come from all sides

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    • January 7, 2020

  • WanderstypmitBart

    Respect that you did it. 😉 On the promenade it is actually impossible at certain times. Always nice to watch pictures of Münster! 👍

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    • January 7, 2020

  • Michael

    Why do so many people go by bike? Is one here so exemplary or is it because the car traffic and the congestion probability in rush hour traffic is a step higher compared to the example in Bielefeld.

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    • January 7, 2020

  • WanderstypmitBart

    MS is one of the most bike-friendly cities in Germany, but the main reason is that the university and the cafeterias are spread across the city so all students are on the bike all the time (at least when I was a student in MS so 😄).

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    • January 8, 2020

  • WanderstypmitBart

    ... and in the lecture-free period we also used the bike a lot, of course.

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    • January 8, 2020

  • Biber-Radler

    @Michael: I have shown you the statistics of the bicycle city below. It is understandable that you almost always have cyclists 🚴‍♂️ in the picture.
    Bicycle city of Münster
    On average, every Münster resident sits in the saddle for around 20 minutes a day.
    People in Münster currently cover 40 percent of all journeys via Leeze.
    With around 400,000 routes a day, the locals opt for the bicycle as a means of transport.
    In one day, over 16,000 leezen roll under the linden trees of the promenade.
    At the Neutor, near the Schlossplatz, there are almost 23,000 cyclists on peak days. In 2015 there were a total of over 4 million.
    470 kilometers of bike paths lead through the entire city area of Münster.
    With its 302 square kilometers, Münster is one of the largest cities in Germany. If you live in the outskirts of the city, you have to travel eight to ten kilometers to get to the city center. Münster residents cover around 20 percent of these "medium-distance routes" by bike - a top figure in Germany.

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    • January 14, 2020

  • WanderstypmitBart

    That was also very informative for me, dear beaver cyclists, thank you! 👌👍 I always thought that the 55,000 students were responsible for the hustle and bustle in Münster! Not least because of how often we made the streets unsafe there 😉😄

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    • January 14, 2020

  • Biber-Radler

    Very happy 🙂 ... Although Münster is Germany's number 1 cycling city, the ADFC has massive suggestions for improving road safety for cyclists 🚴‍♂️

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    • January 15, 2020

  • Michael

    One can only say: keep it up. ... 👍

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    • January 15, 2020

  • WanderstypmitBart

    🙂 👍 I had already noticed this, there is a need for action, the bike climate, i.e. the satisfaction of cyclists is said to have deteriorated more and more in MS in recent years, as well as the feeling of security. In fact, as the cycling capital test 2018, MS was even replaced by Karlsruhe as the cycling climate test: allesmuenster.de/muenster-nicht-mehr-fahrradhauptstadt

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    • January 15, 2020

  • Biber-Radler

    👍

    • January 15, 2020

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