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St. Andreasberg → Bad Harzburg 13.08.19 mit MSB✖️Trail...

05:06
35.3 mi
6.9 mph
5,725 ft
7,000 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
2.28 mi
8.95 mi
9.12 mi
16.5 mi
16.9 mi
20.7 mi
22.0 mi
22.2 mi
22.6 mi
22.6 mi
22.8 mi
22.9 mi
24.1 mi
24.1 mi
24.9 mi
25.1 mi
25.1 mi
25.4 mi
25.8 mi
25.9 mi
28.1 mi
29.5 mi
30.5 mi
31.2 mi
31.5 mi
32.5 mi
33.0 mi
35.3 mi
35.3 mi
Destination

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Done by Bärbel, John and Ennio

August 13, 2019

Comments

  • LR

    Weather was fine, right?
    Super great tours were that

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    • August 14, 2019

  • Ennio

    You drove up to BH ... bus connection so modest 🤔

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    • August 14, 2019

  • Lumenio

    Great tours have made the last few days 👍, because you can be directly jealous 😊Enjoy your vacation 👌

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    • August 14, 2019

  • John

    We wanted to at least from peat house
    drive anyway. There were several options. This was one with not too many Hm and many great trails, the time was also in about 2 hours to create.
    Of course, Bärbel will have another Snakebite shortly before the end.

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    • August 14, 2019

  • Ennio

    She should possibly switch to Tubeless😏

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    • August 14, 2019

  • John

    I also recommended that 😊. No resin tour without tubeless. 😬😂😂

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    • August 14, 2019

  • LR

    Better coats and not for XC. 😜

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    • August 14, 2019

  • Bärbel

    Here I am also guilty of a few answers. Somehow ignored.Must have lain on expert chatHm, well, even as a layman I can not imagine that anyone comes up with the idea to drive with the Hillbilly XC. And even to the Butcher - although in the GRID version and not with the DH carcass - I would certainly advise anyone in the XC area there!
    Was actually very happy with the station wagon, if it was really enduro-moderate to the point! But now I've googled again ... The puncture vulnerability seems to be the Achilles heel of the Butcher - so it goes with a hose. (And they are still in the tests with significantly more pressure than I drove)
    So John, if you do not want to wait for me so often, you get everything you need before my next visit to the resin and then we equip it together before the first exit (tube-compatible are both, you get money, of course)
    Is not that a great idea?

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    • August 31, 2019

  • Bärbel

    Otherwise: Thanks together! 😊Wedder: The bad Wedder began moderately, increased significantly for a short time, but luckily dropped quite quickly. The sun came out with such force that you could literally watch the ground dryingBus connection: Yes, so modest! Until virtually no longer existent. (We could have presumably driven back to Clausthal-Zellerfeld at ~ 19: 30h
    After about 20 muesli bars I could convince John but then to drive the whole route by bike. - He did not regret it😁)
    The coronation was then that of BH then no train drove first because a freight train with defect (but which?) Stayed so skilfully that he has blocked all tracks. We were personally informed by the very friendly locomotive driver of the train, with whom we wanted to drive. He probably was bored too, because his train could not leave the station until further notice. We then followed his advice to take the bus. Who does not even like to travel with 2 bikes in a coach? Many thanks to the passengers who were able to get out and sometimes swung without grumbling about the wheels in the corridor😬 (when we tip, we could also ride a bike, we had to dominate us briefly, not the nice engine driver skillfully the throats to jump😜)

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    • August 31, 2019

  • Bärbel

    Oh, and what I wanted to mention casually: I had no Snakebite in the Hüttis - not even with XC-Bike😝

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    • August 31, 2019

  • John

    Bärbel, we can do it like that. Converting to Tubeless takes less time than changing the hose in the forest 🌳. 😜😂😂
    Above all, there will be more time for the really important things in life, shredding trails. 😬😂😂😂

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    • September 1, 2019

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