- 02:5750.3 mi17.1 mph500 ft650 ft
- 10:39120 mi11.2 mph11,900 ft12,075 ft
I started in Görisried. Shortly afterwards came a mud passage, which the scout also announced. Unfortunately, these do not bypass each other, so that I was sucked in more than ankle-deep and - much worse - my chain no longer slipped smoothly over the sprockets. Fortunately, the extremes still went in.In soccer, with regard to my condition in this orbit, you would say: two completely different halves ... The first half I was fit and enjoyed every meter with almost no break worth mentioning. Then I made the mistake of getting down at the second stop in Sonthofen to get a coffee. From then on I was somehow in the hole that I couldn't get out of for about 1.5 hours. Tried to shut the brain off somehow and just keep going. The latter also worked, but somehow I didn't feel comfortable for a long time. The second half felt to me as if I was driving almost exclusively uphill - which can't be quite mathematically, otherwise I would probably be on the real Jupiter now.Overall, an essentially nicely scouted orbit, even if it pushed me to the limit. The combination of altitude and distance was quite a board. In any case, my consideration of still driving the Deister Delta Obit has faded into the background for the time being. Maybe it will look again tomorrow, but I don't really believe that yet.Something more technical: I asked myself beforehand whether I would need a Granny Gear. I don't have such an emergency anchor. Overall, I was well positioned with the combination of 38 chainring and 10/42 cassette. Sure, the Granny Gear wouldn't have hurt, but I wasn't really missing it either.PS: At KM 161.1 we couldn't go any further because of a cow fence. I had to take a little detour.
August 3, 2021