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Flow Rider – Flowtrail Stromberg

Intermediate
03:40
39.7 km
10.8 km/h
820 m
820 m
Intermediate mountain bike ride. Good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
13.8 km
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S1 Uphillflow

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

18.1 km
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Flowtrail Stromberg Übungsplatz

Mountain Biking Highlight

19.3 km
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Bikepark "Flowtrail" Stromberg

Mountain Biking Highlight

19.3 km
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Der Flowtrail „WildHog“

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

33.1 km
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S1 Panorama Trail

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

39.7 km
Destination

Elevation Profile

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Waytypes

Singletrack: 26.6 km
Cycleway: 2.05 km
Access Road: < 100 m
Path: 3.21 km
Street: 4.92 km
Road: 2.73 km
State Road: 200 m

Surfaces

Natural: 6.34 km
Unpaved: 16.4 km
Gravel: 5.35 km
Paved: 9.19 km
Asphalt: 1.72 km
Unknown: 789 m

Extra Tips

  • Includes a segment in which cycling is forbidden

    You will have to dismount and push your bike.

Weather Forecast

Planned by komoot and Alex

11/01/2018

Comments

  • komoot

    The Flowtrail Stromberg is one of the oldest "Flow Country" projects in Germany. It was created in 2013 in honorary work of the members of Flowtrail Stromberg e.V. and is still based on the commitment of the members. A great project that you can appreciate through responsible use.This tour starts at the station of Bingen, idyllically located directly on the Rhine. We invite you to a beautiful tour with the Flowtrail Stromberg as a highlight. But you should plan for about four hours for these almost 40 kilometers. Alternatively, you can take the Regio bus 230 from the station (bike ride from 9 clock for free) and can bring you directly to the trail or travel by car.After the approximately twelve kilometers long Warmup Ride to Stromberg you can enjoy the different flow trails in the bike park. If you're looking for the challenge, the "No Jokes" Trail is even a challenging downhill that lures you with jumps and drops and requires good riding skills.Did you run away? Then it's back to Bingen. The highlight of the return trip is a single trail parallel to the Rhine, which offers you an amazing panoramic view of the river and the opposite shore.

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