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von DO nach DO

05:45
62.8 mi
10.9 mph
1,000 ft
1,175 ft

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31.9 mi
39.4 mi
62.8 mi
Destination

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Frauke went for a bike ride.

May 17, 2020

Comments

  • Marek Mierzwa🚶‍♂️🚲🚶‍♀️

    Nice tour 👌and 100 kilometers cracked 👍Respect 😉

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    • May 17, 2020

  • Frank 🚲 👈

    Wow 😳 101 km and cool pictures 😊

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    • May 17, 2020

  • Miodrag Knežević

    Super 👍🏼

    • May 18, 2020

  • Werner/Dbg

    But that was an interesting bike tour. I drive through the area in a similar way, but mostly from Duisburg to Dortmund. From Dorsten to Duisburg via Gahlen at the WDK would be an additional 45 km and that means a total of 145 km! But my longest tour from Duisburg to Dortmund via PanoramaRW, Wuppertal, Scheetunel, Silschede and Witten would be "only" 140km. This tour is still going uphill.

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    • June 24, 2020

  • Werner/Dbg

    What does it mean: "From do to do" ???? You went from Dortmund to Haltern, so it would be better: "From Do to Ha" or?

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    • June 25, 2020

  • Werner/Dbg

    Oh yes, you are right: from Dortmund to Dorsten: "from do to do". Sorry, i slept......!!!!! I will follow the tour, but then just home !!!!

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    • June 25, 2020

  • Frauke

    So the tour wasn't actually planned. I wanted to start in Dortmund and then go on a round tour on different railway lines. But suddenly the sky was moving and I had decided to drive to Essen. And as it is the weather would be better again, so change the plan and go to Bottrop, but there I would have had to wait too long for the train (RE14 to Borken). So I drove to Gladbeck Zweckel, there I missed the train and rescheduled to Dorsten.

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    • June 25, 2020

  • Werner/Dbg

    Exactly, that's how I suspected it, as you described it: you actually wanted to go to a train station to get home. For me it is also a criterion whether there are elevators, because carrying my e-bike up stairs is very difficult for me. Madness is in the context that there are "great" elevators in our state capital Düsseldorf OR ???? But they're all just small elevators that my bike can't fit in. I always have so much luggage, so I have to dismantle everything in Düsseldorf, carry the bike up and hope that nothing will be stolen if you have to make up for the bags and batteries. I wonder why Komoot does not publish a list of which stations are bike-friendly !!!!!

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    • June 25, 2020