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Hügelgebügel No. 1/2021 - „Panoramahöhe Berggießhübel“

Hügelgebügel No. 1/2021 - „Panoramahöhe Berggießhübel“

04:15
66.3 mi
15.6 mph
5,500 ft
5,525 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
2.60 mi
12.8 mi
17.4 mi
29.2 mi
35.2 mi
35.6 mi
36.9 mi
40.3 mi
41.5 mi
46.9 mi
47.1 mi
59.4 mi
66.3 mi
Destination

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Albi went cycling.

April 18, 2021

Comments

  • Albi

    Hill stirrup No. 1/2021 - "Panoramahöhe Berggießhübel"After yesterday I took the hill stirrups No. 2 under my wheels, it grabbed me at short notice today and I then spontaneously tackled No. 1. Yes, right, after No. 2 comes No. 1 ... or how did my mom and the elementary school teacher explain it again 🤔 ... 1, 2 .... 2, 1 ... it doesn't matter ... 😵. Well, if you can't do anything with "Hügelgebügel", you can read more information here (komoot.de/tour/349257161).
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    Yes, I know that the weather wasn't set to 🌞 for today, from 1 p.m. 🌧, but I was optimistic, in the hope that everyone had a nice meal too ... 😇, because I'm more of a nice weather driver. Well ... the route itself went in the direction of Liebstadt ... Bad Gottleuba-Berggießhübel and much more and should not be underestimated with 85.0 km @ 1460 hm. The start and finish point was the Great Garden in DD, which I also reached around 10 a.m. The first ramp was not long in coming, because after 8km it went up the Lugturmstrasse with a gradient of up to 15%. The way up there is completely paved and it really takes your nerves, because somehow all the cobblestones are inclined down the slope due to the slope. I have no idea about road construction, but I think it shouldn't be like that.
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    I went on to Bosewitz where I passed a sign saying “GUT GAMIG”. I have already passed here before and the first time I read “GUT GAMING” here… 🤣. In German, gaming means something like playing, which for me immediately connects the connection to computer games ... yes, that's where the bad killer games are played 😈 ... 😜. Well ... whatever. I drove on to Maxen where I found a note "Historic lime kiln". I spun around there for a short time, but apparently you have to walk a few meters to see it 🧐. Well ... Sometimes when I'm on foot or have my touring bike with me.
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    I briefly crossed the Müglitztal and screwed myself up the ramp to Bertelsdorf. Until shortly before that, I had a déjà-vu, because the route was 1 to 1 a Watzke after-work lap that I drove 2 or 3 weeks ago. The route continued to Liebstadt, Börnersdorf, Bad Gottleuba-Berggießhübel and Berggießhübel where I climbed the panorama height up to the Bismarck Tower, where the Sports-🔫 Daniel (komoot.de/user/631828063729) was about 3 Already kidnapped weeks ago (komoot.de/tour/337190417/annotate). The view was rather mediocre there today, but I chose that myself ... 🤗.
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    From there it was the turning point of the tour and it went back to the north-west, but there was still one or two delicacies ahead of me 😝. Before I left Berggießhübel, I drove past a hotel on Gersdorfer Strasse, but I think I read something about the clinic at the second glance on the one sign on the street ... aha, okay. It went on to Gersdorf where I discovered a few alpacas including young animals in a meadow. I tried to lure them, I rustled some foil, collected grass and much more. But when a short time later the farmer's wife strolled along on the other side with a feed bucket, all my loving effort was in vain such a four-legged friend in front of the lens 📸 get 😢.
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    Well, sometimes you lose and sometimes the others win. I dashed back into the Müglitztal and then turned into a small side street up to Maxen. Oh yes ... again such a small ramp that doesn't want to end ... 😵. But I discovered a few flowers on a stone wall that had to be used for a. Once at the top the rain started slowly ... oh no, I'm a fair weather driver ... 😱. It went on to Kreischa, a piece of Lockwitztal, but then again up to Goppeln and then on to Dresden. The way back was quite a battle, but wad must dad must 😖. Once at home, bike care was the order of the day after this crap tour. I asked myself a question on the way there today that I should have asked myself a lot sooner. Because when I gave my 🦄 the spurs today, I looked at my front wheel and said to myself, hmmm, you've got a repair kit ... you've got a pump ... but assuming you have a flat tire, how do I get the front wheel out of the fork? At home I took a closer look at it. I didn't feel any tools that could fit there. It looks like Torx, but even a TX40 still has play there. Do I need something one size bigger 😲 🤔. On the opposite side there is a 6’s Allen key, but also with a bit of play. Input is very welcome!
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    With this in mind, sport free and chain right 🚴💨

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  • Frank Winkler

    Huh, don't you have a thru-axle? It is actually tool-free 🤔 I should have a look at it live.

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    • April 18, 2021

  • Albi

    I just got a hint (thanks to Enrico): Yes, thru-axle is correct. The tool for dismantling and assembling was on my rear wheel 😱. You can simply pull it off and put it on the front wheel axle (see last new photo). Oh dear ... learned something again, that was so inconspicuous on the rear wheel and at first I thought it was tight ... 😅

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    • April 18, 2021

  • Torsten

    Good thing you stopped again for the photos. Very nice 😊

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    • April 18, 2021

  • Daniel

    as now you have no idea about 🛣bau ?? 😅😅again great 📝 and of course a great line in the weather !! 💪🏻and of course thanks for the mention !! 😊

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    • April 18, 2021

  • Sven Hollstein

    Great to drive such a long lap in the weather. 👍👍💪💪

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    • April 19, 2021

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