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Reinhold Janowitz

Teuto-Tour - Tag 1 - Von Cracau nach Bad Iburg

Teuto-Tour - Tag 1 - Von Cracau nach Bad Iburg

08:36
108 mi
12.5 mph
1,800 ft
1,550 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.56 mi
2.43 mi
6.24 mi
10.1 mi
10.9 mi
11.4 mi
13.8 mi
16.4 mi
16.6 mi
16.6 mi
16.8 mi
17.0 mi
17.2 mi
17.5 mi
19.6 mi
23.4 mi
25.4 mi
29.0 mi
29.9 mi
31.2 mi
31.4 mi
31.4 mi
32.6 mi
34.2 mi
35.4 mi
38.3 mi
38.8 mi
39.3 mi
45.3 mi
50.9 mi
53.5 mi
55.0 mi
56.4 mi
59.1 mi
61.4 mi
74.2 mi
76.6 mi
81.0 mi
89.1 mi
93.7 mi
95.2 mi
97.0 mi
98.8 mi
108 mi
Destination

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Reinhold Janowitz and 2 others went gravel riding.

April 22, 2022

Comments

  • Reinhold Janowitz

    We fought hard. The headwind was a brutal opponent, but we didn't let it get us down. Respect to Peter, who has offered himself as a generous slipstream donor for long stretches.

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    • April 23, 2022

  • Markus

    Respect ✊

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    • April 23, 2022

  • ChriStoe

    Great stage, you beat the storm!💪💪💪

    You can also do the route on a racing bike

    Ride? Would like to take a similar route towards HB

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    • April 23, 2022

  • Buffy

    The Hammer👍💪⚒

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    • April 23, 2022

  • FrankM

    congratulation

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    • April 24, 2022

  • Alex

    Hammer, straight into the wind. Great performance, with luggage at that

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    • April 24, 2022

  • Team OSTER

    Thank you for the sympathy! The torture was more than worth it! On day 2 we were rewarded with a tailwind and sunshine right into the Ruhr area. In addition, the track was clearly the nicer one. So definitely take a look, it's worth it.

    

    And yes, @ChrisStoe, the route can certainly also be covered on a

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    • April 24, 2022

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Reinhold Janowitz

Teuto-Tour - Tag 1 - Von Cracau nach Bad Iburg

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