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⚙️Lüderich & Hoffnungsthal Trails⚙️

03:15
20.1 mi
6.2 mph
2,275 ft
2,300 ft

Tour Overview

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0.61 mi
0.83 mi
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20.1 mi
Destination

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Done by Bärchen and stphnnbr

July 30, 2019

Comments

  • Bärchen

    It was a very nice tour today with stphnnbr over the Lüderich and Hoffnungsthal trails.
    Can we repeat at any time.

    Quote from the Navi I have to criticize today. After both bike tachos it was 34.6 km with an average of 16.6 km / h. These values I have to keep in mind why and if these deviations are repeated.

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    • July 30, 2019

  • stphnnbr

    There is nothing to add. Was a great and varied round in good company and good navigator.
    Very soon again;)

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    • July 30, 2019

  • E-MTB Nduro

    Nice tour👍

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    • July 31, 2019

  • Sven

    Nice tour!Which navigation system? A Garmin? In my old garmin I had to adjust the auto-break to 0.2 km / h, otherwise there were already detected in the stand movements that have prevented a break. Especially in the forest that occurred ...

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    • July 31, 2019

  • Bärchen

    @Sven
    The newer Garmin 830. The previous tours ran flawlessly. I remembered this night that I had forgotten the phone with which the Garmin is linked. On the way to the meeting point I checked if I have access to the routes. Maybe I've already started something here. Let's see what's on the next tour. The other rides I had a deviation of about 1-2 km / h to the bicycle speedometer. Bicycle to mobile phone were previously partially 8-9 km / h.

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    • July 31, 2019

  • Sven

    Great partGPS alone is not necessarily accurate. Especially in curves, the speed is often calculated incorrectly. Therefore, I also have an ANT + speed sensor on each of my bikes.

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    • July 31, 2019

  • Bärchen

    @Sven
    Speed sensor with ANT + is also available and tire size optimally adjusted. That was not it.

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    • July 31, 2019

  • Sven

    Could have been yes. Definitely enjoy the garmin

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    • July 31, 2019

  • Manni '72

    Hi, give an Emoji "Kackhaufen" on the average speed ... We know that ... not every way you can rattle with + 25km / h, especially if the trail ends with me in the Wahner heath in 1.50m high grass and you do not want to turn. Even I'm more comfortable and safe in the woods, especially when walkers cross the road ... except when a bear comes ... I give gas ... little pun. Your tours please ... nice pictures. Thanks for the impulse to think about a navigation system ... again invest money ;-) If you are in the south of Cologne on the left and I in the right area ... then we have to cross the paths times :-) But I'm rather a comfortable driver ... not as daredevil as you ;-)

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    • August 3, 2019

  • Dennis

    Hi Bärchen, is the forest path on the Lüderich really uphill drive or push is announced there? (The section where you took the 3 pictures), LG Dennis

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    • August 4, 2019

  • Bärchen

    @Dennis
    In three places you have to dismount and sometimes push because something too steep and blocked. Interestingly it is from top to bottom. Since I had to go down in two places but synonymous. The root sections are good to drive though.

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    • August 4, 2019

  • Dennis

    Thank you! Hope to get back on the box soon, my jungle tour in the Palatinate Forest in 3 weeks, I'll have to buck or bad 😩

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    • August 4, 2019