Komoot-(Spät-)Sommerrunde 2020: RUND UM BREMEN 114 km. Sa. 26.9.2020 Bhf Bremen-Oberneuland 9:30 Uhr
Bike Touring Highlight
Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)
🚲Dietrich🚲 (spechtX) and 6 others went for a bike ride.
September 26, 2020
Once again a real Komoot event with SpechtX and a selected and hard-boiled road crew on the turn for Bremen Rum. Despite the calm and a mild breeze from NNE, things went fast right from the start. 1st class team, good vibes, full power. That's how it should be! The common sense of well-being, however, messed up the cut again. But that's always the case. Either top team spirit or ambition at the end according to the motto,"Better to die than lose momentum".It’s probably not both together. For me, the day was THE BURNER.Thanks to everyone who endured me. (Nobody can take that much nonsense!)You know, Captain Bluebear says:"Wherever you sink, let yourself down!"
Jup was great fun, even if the rain finally overtook us. A little more ambition would have been safe, but then we might not have been able to ponder the range fear.
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Very nice relaxed round. THE classic among Bremen circumnavigations.
September 28, 2020
You are a funny group! Once again made a really extensive tour 👍
Another great achievement. 👍And again a very nice video.
Great video! And a nice tour with a relaxed group. Class!
We are now pretty good friends thanks to Dietrich's planned second edition of the Bremen tour. It was a really nice tour through the varied landscapes around Bremen: first pushed over the weekly market in Achim, which was very well stocked and visited, then enjoyed the various facets of the Weser from different perspectives. The break directly at the runway was not only lively because of the landing planes, Andreas' funny interludes also did the rest. Continue through the wonderful nature on the Ochtum to the confluence with the Weser. The Blumenthal ferry took us across the river, a coffee break in the forest smithy and then a great piece of gravel through wooded area over hill and dale, it's super beautiful! Of course we weren't allowed to drive past Harry Klawohn, the "chainsaw artist", without giving him a visit, a genius, this person. Last but not least, through the Blockland, the zigzag course along the Wümme, popular with Bremen residents. In Kuhsiel we said goodbye to Andreas and Paul in the rain, at Oberneuland train station we were then able to evaluate the quality of the rainwear.It was a really nice tour with you, your dynamism carried us away !!Thank you Dietrich, gladly again!
Solo talent: really beautifully described 👍
Thank you Steinhäger, it was like that!
great round, I've been dreaming for a long time with the 🚲to stand at the Achim town sign and take a selfie, it might work in 2021 😁 Greetings from Northern Hesse, Achim💪😄
It was a wonderful tour on September 26th. The route is beautiful, the organization is wonderful and the fruitful togetherness with very edifying conversations is wonderful. I really enjoyed it all.A big thank you to everyone involved in the driving day!The fact that the weather on our tour in the Blockland turned from dry to wet (and luckily much later than the German Weather Service had predicted) is certainly just as much a part of northern Germany as its mountains, which are actually called "wind".In the meantime my clothes have dried again, and the next day I was on the way to downtown Bremen and back.Dietrich, you've made another great film that adequately reproduces what you've experienced. My favorite kitchen clock is also used again;)Best regardsSteffen