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Wo kommen denn all die Menschen her? Mal wieder in der Egge.

02:25
29.8 mi
12.3 mph
2,050 ft
2,175 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.02 mi
4.47 mi
5.44 mi
6.03 mi
6.05 mi
6.57 mi
6.99 mi
8.49 mi
8.55 mi
9.39 mi
9.91 mi
9.93 mi
12.1 mi
12.1 mi
12.4 mi
12.6 mi
12.8 mi
12.9 mi
14.7 mi
16.0 mi
16.0 mi
16.3 mi
16.6 mi
16.9 mi
17.4 mi
17.8 mi
18.4 mi
18.9 mi
19.2 mi
19.3 mi
19.6 mi
21.1 mi
21.8 mi
23.9 mi
27.7 mi
28.7 mi
29.8 mi
Destination

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Julia Sonnentatze and Isa went mountain biking.

September 20, 2020

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Comments

  • Julia Sonnentatze

    Today, of course, I went back to the Egge, I really wanted to drive the Eggeweg from Herbram Wald to Willebadessen again. At the beginning of the round we noticed that we are not alone today. I have never seen so many people on the paths, so slowly, always a friendly hello and slowly onward. I particularly enjoyed the game reserve near Asseln today, no people, just curious fallow deer, which greeted us friendly at the fence.Oh, in Willebadessen, I noticed that my rear wheel is slowly losing air. Is nothing new. Today it was my turn again and Isa was spared.
    Inflated twice on the way home, luckily the air only escaped very slowly and tomorrow there will be a new hose 🙈😅

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    • September 20, 2020

  • Ralf

    If you keep losing air you have to check your coat carefully for the remains of thorns
    It is best to pull a cotton ball or make-up removal pad through the inside of the tire more often

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    • September 20, 2020

  • Julia Sonnentatze

    Thanks for the hint. I will try it.

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    • September 20, 2020

  • Andreas

    Exactly, there may be something in the tire's jacket. Buried splinters, a broken wire, glass, etc. It's not always easy to find.

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    • September 20, 2020

  • Micha

    Moin Julia, I do it with damaged areas. A line on the tire where the valve is. Inflate the hose and hold it in a tub of water to find all the holes. Then hold the tube on the tire, valve = the same line on the tire, and you already have roughly the point where what is yours and if you can't find something right away, Ralf comes up with his suggestion. With this you should have done the repair relatively quickly 😁😁

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    • September 21, 2020

  • Christoph aka LronMcBong

    Oh what I would have given yesterday for a hole in the tire 😖😩

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    • September 21, 2020

  • Micha

    Why Christoph ??? No needle with you? 😂😱

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    • September 21, 2020

  • Christoph aka LronMcBong

    Nah yesterday the rear derailleur tore off again 😠

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    • September 21, 2020

  • Ralf

    I once drove through blackberry bushes and patched the hose 4 times even though I felt the coat with my fingers.
    With the make-up removal pad I discovered 12 more thorns and then ordered 2 new tires with protective inserts
    I ride the Conti X-KING at the front and the Race-King at the back, both with Protection, and I've been quiet ever since.
    With the e-bike, however, you can do something rougher

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    • September 21, 2020

  • Julia Sonnentatze

    I get advice from a specialist retailer; a new hose every 2 weeks doesn't have to be in the long run.

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    • September 21, 2020

  • Ralf

    The best thing is to have it converted to tubeless right away

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    • September 21, 2020

  • Julia Sonnentatze

    I was advised not to do so ... I don't know. The EMtb is still new territory for me.

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    • September 21, 2020

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