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Today a small, relaxed tour through the district to clear your head. Since I didn't have that much time, I left out a few highlights that would actually have been nice and are practically on the way, like the Cadolzburg (+ ice cream parlor) or the old church in Roßtal.
But I was able to test my new rain jacket at over 20 ° C and a cloudless sky☀️ well for breathability, which was quite a sweaty affair ... 😅
September 20, 2020
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Today for a long time again a bigger group.
It went to Lauf, which is a really nice little town. The soil is around 50/50 gravel and asphalt, but almost exclusively bike paths. The long gravel stretches through the forest unfortunately made the cut a little bit down, but they were still fun.
If you have a little more time, the tour is also worthwhile as a day trip with various options for stopping and looking (Wörder See, Fabrikgut Hammer, Läufer Altstadt, ...).
September 15, 2020
The second part then went via Hungary along the Neusiedlersee to Podersdorf.
In Hungary we had to struggle with the sometimes really bad road conditions, headwinds and the Komoot route (right through the bushes). In some cases, however, the cycle path around Lake Neusiedl is really perfectly developed.
With the arrival in Podersdorf our overall very nice tour through (half) Austria🇦🇹 ends unfortunately.
August 27, 2020
Today we went to Forchtenstein Castle, one of the landmarks of Burgenland.
Both the guided tour of the castle including a visit to the extensive armories and the exhibition about the Esterhazy family and the importance of the castle were very interesting.
August 27, 2020
Today a flat, relaxed route in sunshine and a cloudless sky through Styria and Lower Austria.
First continue on the Mur Cycle Path, then on the Mürz Valley, Semmering and Schwarzatal Cycle Paths.
The last thirty kilometers were especially good, when it was actually downhill.
August 26, 2020
Today we went in the sunshine mainly on the Mur Cycle Path, which, however, has a rather hilly profile for a river cycle path.
So towards the end we "shortened" something on the main road, which was so little traveled that it was almost a cycle path again. Another advantage was that you drove through somewhat larger towns, where you could also buy something for lunch.
August 25, 2020