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221 mi
14.3 mph
8,875 ft
8,875 ft
Expert road ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
29.8 mi

Sicht auf den Neckar

Bike Touring Highlight

170 mi


Road Cycling Highlight

174 mi

Lauterburg Climb

Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

221 mi

Tour Profile


Path: 8.22 mi
Access Road: 154 yd
Cycleway: 35.5 mi
Street: 12.3 mi
Road: 116 mi
State Road: 48.8 mi


Unpaved: 0.67 mi
Cobblestones: 138 yd
Paved: 12.1 mi
Asphalt: 208 mi
Unknown: 237 yd
  • The surface along some of your Tour may not be suitable.

    Some segments of your route comprise a surface that may not be suitable for your chosen sport.

  • Includes segments in which cycling is forbidden

    You will have to dismount and push your bike.

Weather Forecast

FOCUS Bikes planned a road ride.

February 23, 2020


  • FOCUS Bikes

    Alex - Product Manager:
    "Admit it: you want to know it too. 350 kilometers in one day, paired with 2,700 vertical meters. There are people who can do it and maybe you will soon be one of them. Afterwards everything hurts, but thanks to intensive training you mastered this really tough tour. Of course you can divide the round into several daily stages, there are enough overnight accommodations on the way.
    If you plan to do this tour in one day, you have to get up early. Shortly before sunrise, accompanied by the twittering of birds, you set off in Stuttgart. You leave the basin towards Neckar and follow the river. You have reached the highest point of the tour in Münsingen. The rest of the day is only slightly wavy with no long slopes.You make a detour to the Danube, cross the border to Bavaria and drive around Ulm. The way to Schwäbisch Gmünd - here you have already reached kilometer 300 - leads you partly on excellent roads through beautiful forests. You follow the Rems to Waiblingen and overcome a last hill before you triumphantly enter Stuttgart via Bad Cannstatt. ”

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    • February 23, 2020

  • Manuel

    Hi Alex, thanks for the idea for this tour!
    I did that yesterday with slight modifications. Beautiful landscape. I drove the tour in the other direction. Start at 03:00 in the morning. Everything went well.
    Movement time 13:30
    Travel time 19:00
    Average 26.5
    361 km
    Ride on,

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    • May 20, 2020

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