After my kids are currently all kinds of nasty germs, it had also caught me somehow. Not really sick but not really healthy. Today I wanted to get back in carefully, but it was fatal. The first 40 km all well and then it was as if someone had pulled the plug. It was really nothing more. I was really on the verge of calling my lady and picking me up. But I did not want to give myself the nakedness, so home at snail's pace. With the next tour, I'm probably still waiting a bit ...
6 days ago
There is exactly one reason why I drive on the Hohe Peissenberg: the direct eastward climb. A really nasty thing, consistently in two digits and up to 20% in the rise. That simply gives this incomparable tormenting feeling 😅 Mostly there are only mountain bikers on the way, which is probably due to the fact that a bit of asphalt is missing at the top. But those who climb barefoot on the Puig de Maria can also wear their bike a bit. It's definitely worth it.Two years ago, I've been riding the tour in a similar way before, but in the middle of the season. And I cursed and gasped and ended up staying down. But not this time! For those who descend must turn back 😁😁😁
How cool was that! Sun, no wind and the Sunday rest paired with the surprisingly good Mallorca training camp fitness have made today's round a real pleasure ...Oh: first attempt in the 3-minute Schäftlarn-Challange, but only after 75 km: 4:53 min. There is still a lot of room for improvement 😁
That was a tough job today. Heavy cloud cover, cloudy weather and a stiff breeze made the section as far as Arta a battle against the elements.During our refreshment break the sun was shining, so that we could master the ascent to the Ermita Betlem in much friendlier conditions and on a fresh paved road.On the way back we had the wind mostly in the back and have again done properly tempo.