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About illywhacker

Vor geraumer Zeit fing ich mit dem Mountainbiken an und hab bisher noch nicht wieder damit aufgehört. ;-)

Distance travelled

10,031 mi

Time in motion

1001:30 h

Recent Activity
  1. illywhacker went mountain biking.

    a day ago

    02:22
    32.5 mi
    13.8 mph
    1,150 ft
    1,100 ft
    Anne, Birgit 🚴‍♀️ and 50 others like this.
    1. illywhacker

      Small house round before and after the Sunday meal.Funny the time driven and the average speed.2:22 hours, 22.2 km / h! :-))Of course I'll spend one on that! BOTTOM UP! ;-)

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      • a day ago

  2. Maria, franco and 65 others like this.
    1. illywhacker

      ... but on such a slippery hose bridge, which has been here at the dam for months. Druff with swing, with swing it put me on my ass ... Dirty dirty thing! But what should I complain, it was my mistake ...: - /Anyway, for breakfast I figured out where to go. Originally Coburg, Frohnlach and back were planned, but somehow I couldn't really get excited about it ... When the Ködeltalsperre popped into my brain, I thought, "That's it!". Do that today.Thought and done. After Kronach, continue towards Nordhalben and around the dam. It was funny that I always exercised caution with the wet leaves, only not at the strange hose bridge and bang, you kiss the boards ... :-))On the way back towards Kronach the sun slowly fought its way through and I spontaneously decided to extend my tour via Mitwitz and then to end it ...I had a spritzer and beer in Miemetz ... :-))It was wonderful at the end with the sun! A great day!

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      • 2 days ago

  3. Lena, Samy 101 🤙🏼✌🏼 and 57 others like this.
    1. illywhacker

      Almost the same tour as last Friday, only with an extra loop through Pressig and to Heinersdorf to check how far the bike path from Neukenroth to Heinersdorf has been expanded ...Nothing spectacular, just driving ... :-))

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      • 3 days ago

  4. illywhacker went mountain biking.

    November 13, 2020

    Maria, J😉chen Bäurle and 53 others like this.
    1. illywhacker

      Friday party evening round somewhat extended to Pressig and then home!It was a nice relaxed tour, almost exclusively on bike and dirt roads. A good mood for the weekend!

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      • November 13, 2020

  5. illywhacker went mountain biking.

    November 9, 2020

    1. illywhacker

      Small after-work round, over bike, forest, or hallways until darkness fell ...

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      • November 9, 2020

  6. Armin, Linusminze and 57 others like this.
    1. illywhacker

      In the afternoon my father and I shot at Gifting to see if the new bike path towards Steinberg is already ready.It wasn't, at least not officially. That bothered us, and the tons of hikers and cyclists who were also on the way here today, but not ... Only now and then there were a few barriers at the bridges, which could be bypassed.Great part of the section, you can now safely get from Kronach to the fantastic Teuschnitz, Kremnitz, or Dobertal and of course back again!

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      • November 8, 2020

  7. Markus, Martin-Ernst and 65 others like this.
    1. illywhacker

      For a description of the complete tour, see Part 1 of 2! Here are just the statistics:Total kilometers: 86.86 kilometers
      Total travel time: 5:42 hours
      Average speed: 15.3 km / h
      Total meters of ascent: 1040 meters

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      • November 7, 2020

  8. Rob Hefner and illywhacker went mountain biking.

    November 7, 2020

    Rob Hefner, Anne and 47 others like this.
    1. Rob Hefner

      On Saturday I went on a tour with illywhacker that had been planned for a long time, but was actually long out of memory. I always think it's great to explore new paths by bike in the Coburg region and the surrounding area, because there are always really good trails to discover that are fun. I think the tour is a lot more fun in summer, because the trails are easier to drive when they are dry 👍

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      • November 9, 2020

  9. Markus, Sandy and 57 others like this.
    1. illywhacker

      Today Rob Hefner and yours truly went together again, a tour that had been planned for a long time.Unfortunately there is the tour in 2 parts (the total statistics are in Part 2), because my Garmin at the Alexandrinenhütte near Meeder broke off the tour and thank God at least saved it!We started in Neuhaus in the morning and drove to Mupperg, Horb, Fechheim and Spittelstein.There we went through a wonderful autumn forest including a beautiful trail until we arrived in Rödental.Further through the Meederer Land we wanted to have a beer, which unfortunately was not granted to us. In Meeder the Sagasser was already too ... :-(Then we drove towards Alexandrinenhütte and the Weißbachgrund. The trail and the following trails towards Rödental were difficult to ride. Extreme mud and smooth roots forced us to reduce our speed!Arrived in Rödental we strolled to the Tegut to get a beer at the end (it's really bad without gastronomy) :-(We drove back home in the dark and in freezing temperatures.It's over and it was a great tour! Thanks Rob for planning!

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      • November 7, 2020

  10. SchildiOnTour, Stephanie and 69 others like this.
    1. illywhacker

      At noon after work I drove off and wanted to drive until the sun goes down! In the end it was Hirschaid!In the direction of Coburg, I used the cycle path along the Röden as always.At Untersiemau I turned back onto the old meadow paths instead of using the bike path. That was only partially a good idea, as I always had a slight smell of liquid manure in my nose.The closer I got to Mürsbach, the more I wanted to stop at a suntan, have something to eat and drink a cellar beer. Of course it couldn't, but I went anyway. And lo and behold! LUCKY! The owners were just removing leaves from the beer garden (manually, without a vacuum cleaner or blower) and I was actually able to dust off a beer for the way! YEAHHHH! :-))I drove through Bamberg along the Adenauerufer. By the way, because of 2 households and a maximum of 10 people. All hell broke loose in the park. :-)When I arrived in Hirschaid it was already dark. The train was on time, everything was fine! :-))

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      • November 6, 2020

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