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Aktueller Track: 30 NOV 2018 09:32

02:28
30.1 mi
12.2 mph
1,150 ft
1,050 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
3.37 mi
6.91 mi
6.97 mi
17.7 mi
17.8 mi
19.6 mi
20.4 mi
25.4 mi
30.1 mi
Destination

Tour Profile

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Marc went mountain biking.

November 30, 2018

Comments

  • Marc

    Next week a resin tour is planned and I have not been sitting right on the bike for weeks. In the fruit shop Höhnstedt I have to buy something anyway and the Kühlbachtal I would like to drive again. Everything went well, the valley was pretty slippery. I calculated wrong with the wind, had headwind all the way back and was thus 25 seconds late for work.

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    • November 30, 2018

  • marcusen

    Now I'm really puzzled that you really hiked in 50 minutes 50km😂
    What lags were you not on the way for a long time?

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    • November 30, 2018

  • Marc

    Thanks for the hint, is changed. Hm, was sick first, then limp. In the dark I do not want to cycle (boring) and in the mornings I built in the apartment .... So I had to get up, because the resin tour was a good motivation. I hope that I can get it back on the bike regularly.

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    • November 30, 2018

  • Matthes

    I had also wondered about the speed of the hike 😜, hope you have good MTB conditions in the Harz next week 👍

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    • November 30, 2018

  • Marc

    Not so great conditions are part of the plan (Bodetal), that makes the slippery appeal. That's why we always do the tour in December / January. Admittedly, we will not drive in too much snow or nasty continuous rain

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    • November 30, 2018

  • Hannes

    Funny, I just wanted to do the same lap again, but because it was already dark and the wind was so cold, I turned left behind the Peißnitz bridge ...

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    • November 30, 2018

  • Marc

    Hannes, especially for you this matching Ringelnatz poem:
            
    Two ants lived in Hamburg,
    They wanted to travel to Australia.
    At Altona on the road
    Then their legs hurt,
    And there they abstain wisely
    Then on the last part of the journey.
    That's the way you want to be and can not
    And then quite happy to do without.

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    • November 30, 2018