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About Martin Donat

Hey! :) Ich liebe das Radfahren und ich liebe es, andere an meinen Erlebnissen teilhaben zu lassen. Das mache ich in meinem Printmagazin, dem lifeCYCLE Magazine, das ich viermal im Jahr herausbringe. Und das mache ich hier, als offizieller Collection-Redakteur für komoot. Ich nutze komoot schon lange für meine Tourenplanung und freue mich darüber, meine Erfahrungen hier weitergeben zu können. Wenn ich sie nicht selbst ausprobiert habe, plane ich meine Collections genau so, als wenn ich selbst auf große Reise gehen würde. Ich recherchiere die besten Routen und empfehle dir Highlights, die ich selber spannend oder hilfreich finde. Wenn ich mal daneben liege und eine Route aus irgendeinem Grund nicht empfehlenswert ist, freue ich mich über dein Feedback. Ansonsten wünsche ich dir einfach viel Spaß auf dem Bike! :)

Distance travelled

12,839 mi

Time in motion

1059:04 h

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  1. Martin Donat planned a road ride.

    2 days ago

    45:39
    611 mi
    13.4 mph
    31,575 ft
    29,950 ft
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    1. Martin Donat

      From Travemünde to Hof through the former "death strip" - today called the "Green Belt". A great road bike tour that you can ride in eight stages, for example, as I suggest in this collection: komoot.com/collection/626

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  2. Martin Donat planned a road ride.

    2 days ago

    1. Martin Donat

      The last stage of my border tour is also the most demanding. No wonder, since it leads right through the Thuringian-Franconian slate mountains into the hilly Vogtland. The grand finale, with more than 2,000 meters of altitude, is symbolic, so to speak, of the difficult time of German division and the

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  3. Martin Donat planned a road ride.

    2 days ago

    1. Martin Donat

      The tour starts from the Rhön in a southerly direction and touches on Upper Franconia before it goes into the Thuringian Forest. It mostly stays with a casual "up and down", only at the end you are really challenged, because it goes up to one of the highest places in Thuringia.

      

      Before that, you will learn

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  4. Martin Donat planned a road ride.

    2 days ago

    1. Martin Donat

      Today, this wonderfully rural tour gives little indication that the death strip between the GDR and Germany ran here for decades. However, the "Green Belt" that runs here today is quite rightly named. It's enjoyable, but somehow it also makes me think at times when I think about what used to be going

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  5. Martin Donat planned a road ride.

    2 days ago

    1. Martin Donat

      This tour along the former inner-German border is primarily characterized by two cultural landscapes. It starts in the quite hilly Eichsfeld, which joins the Harz Mountains and sends you towards the Werratal. Here you earn a few meters of altitude, but you will always be rewarded with great views.

      

      A long

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  6. Martin Donat planned a road ride.

    2 days ago

    1. Martin Donat

      This tour starts with a casual warm-up through the beautiful landscape of the Große Bruch conservation area, where, with a bit of luck, you might see one or two rare birds. The further you drive, the more you can already guess that today you will start sweating. Because the Harz is approaching.

      

      About

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  7. Martin Donat planned a road ride.

    2 days ago

    1. Martin Donat

      From Wendland along the Elbe, we continue south-west through the Altmark. This beautiful cultural landscape in the north of Saxony-Anhalt has a lot to tell - if you keep your eyes open and know how to interpret the signs along the way.

      

      There are no great elevations in your way today, but this stage is

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  8. Martin Donat planned a road ride.

    2 days ago

    1. Martin Donat

      This tour is characterized by the beautiful landscape of the Elbe floodplain. Today you mainly follow the Elberadweg, because there is no nicer route by bike along Germany's third longest river.

      

      After starting in Lauenburg, you warm up a bit before it actually gets hilly. You may not believe it, but even

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  9. Martin Donat planned a road ride.

    2 days ago

    1. Martin Donat

      My border tour begins almost symbolically with the crossing from Travemünde over to the small peninsula, the Priwall, on which the inner-German border ran at that time. From the watchtower, the GDR border guards had a clear view of Priwall's nudist beach. Today an information board has remained, which

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  10. Martin Donat planned a gravel ride.

    May 3, 2022

    Silke Van Der Laack, Felice Giordano and 7 others like this.
    1. Martin Donat

      If you've ever wondered how green the Ruhr area is... today I want to show you how humid it can be! This beautiful tour integrates everything related to water. Of course, the Ruhr should not be missing on a tour of the Pott. But I have a lot more in store. You pass beautiful reservoirs, drive along babbling

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