Auch wenn ich gerne Auto fahre ..... Mindestens einmal in der Woche lege ich den Weg zur Arbeit mit dem Rad zurück. Der Süden von Berlin ist meine homezone.
Ich bin nicht unbedingt ein Langtourer und Bergfahrer, aber auf los geht es los , Hauptsache frische Luft.
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We start the day with a good breakfast at Hotel Schwedenhaus, which we can highly recommend. The rooms are cozy, clean and the breakfast buffet leaves nothing to be desired. That's how it should be. The harbor is briefly examined and when we leave the city we discover the cause of the wood smell that we noticed all over the city yesterday. Lots of logs are stored along the route for further use. It goes towards Poel. We mainly use the Baltic Sea Cycle Route, which is mostly paved and winds through the beautiful coastal landscape. The Salzhaff offers magnificent views. We make good progress to Rerik and take a break at the main square. As a result we try to find a way closer to the coast and unfortunately fail. We remorsefully return to the main path. We cross Kühlungsborn pronto, this is not our world 😂😎. Then a short bathing break and we turn towards Rostock where the car is. The end turned out to be pretty joyless, street and street side and also next to 4 lane federal highways 😬. I had to shorten the route a bit so as not to be back in Berlin too late. We are happy when we arrive in Rostock and can reward ourselves with a coffee before returning to Berlin. Overall, I didn't like the path as much as the other stages. Often relatively far away from the coast and often only alongside the road. Nevertheless, a nice cycling day and a great overall tour with my cycling brother Matthias. 🤩
3 days ago
- 06:3267.2 mi10.3 mph1,825 ft1,850 ft
Today's stage starts where it ended yesterday ... in Malente am Dieksee. After a hearty breakfast we get on our bikes and do a motivated tip from the esteemed black Charlotte and climb the nearby wooden tower (which is actually made of metal). The effort is rewarded with a fantastic view over Holstein Switzerland. Thanks for the tip! The weather is right and we crank to nearby Eutin, where we have a corona test made for our last quarter in Wismar. The waiting time is shortened with a coffee at the market and the negative test result makes us positive 😷. We cycle gradient by gradient towards the coast until the Baltic Sea kisses us in Haffkrug. Scharbeutz and Timmendorfer Strand are crossed ... very touristy everything. On the beach, the sunshine is used to produce the body's own toasted aromas, while in the distance there are already signs of trouble. We are prepared for some rain, and from Niendorf it starts to trickle. We pack up and drive on. The rain is getting heavier, but we keep going. Then a hellish storm breaks over us on the Brodten steep bank with torrential rain🌧🌧🌧 and hailstones the size of cherry grains. We stand under a tree and let it go. I don't dare to take the phone out of the case to document this 😬. Shortly afterwards the spook is over and we continue rolling through the draining water. A short time later we arrive in Travemünde, where the manhole covers partly lift off due to the water pressure ... 😬. The ferry crossing to Priwall still works and so we continue towards Boltenhagen. From now on the sun stays on us, and it is as if nothing had ever happened. Except for a few parts, the entire route is really great. Exhausting due to the many climbs, but the descents make up for it immediately and nature is varied and makes you happy 🙂 👍🏻.
Have a look here: de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naturschutzgebiet_Küstenlandschaft_ Zwischen_Priwall_und_Barendorf_mit_Harkenbäkniederung. Shortly before Boltenhagen there is a little break, then we just want to arrive ... we spend the night in the Hotel Schwedenhaus in Wismar ... highly recommended. A great day of cycling despite, or perhaps because of, the storm. I would go again in a heartbeat! 🚴🏻🚴🏻♂️
5 days ago
We slept like a rock and take it easy today. Since we had rented an apartment, we have breakfast at the bakery next to us. Then it starts already. We have made about 85 km and want to ride the Baltic Sea Cycle Path, but we do not disdain the Mönchsweg and the Dörferweg as well as the Brückenweg and the fox knows what they are all called. There are many variants and options here. We drive over the Fehmarnsund Bridge (interested parties are recommended to watch this video: )
And scratch at Großenbrode. It starts to rain and we get a coffee in Heiligenhafen☕️. That extends to Oldenburg where we take another break. I did not know how old this town is, we make a short detour to the castle wall of Slavic origin. In a rain gap in the area of the Weissenhäuser Strand we find access to the water, jump out of the damp cycling gear and take the opportunity to take a swim. Just in time for the onward journey, of course, it starts raining again ... 😬. The ways up to here are great. Mostly quiet side streets with no traffic, properly paved. And left and right lined with sloes, hazelnuts, dog roses, hawthorn, blackberries and much more. From shortly before Howacht it finally clears up, and we leave the coast and drive towards Malente. Holstein Switzerland really lives up to its name. We pant our way up the inclines and enjoy the descents that follow. Exhausted, we arrive in Malente after just under 86 km. Not spectacular, but somehow it feels like more because of the altitude difference. A great tour despite the rainy weather 👍🏻. Let's see what those heavy legs are worth tomorrow. The route becomes longer and has more vertical meters. Wismar we come 🚴🏻♂️🚴🏻
6 days ago
The last stage of the day, to be seen as an epilogue, so to speak, takes place on the sunny island of Fehmarn 🌞🌞🌞. The ferry ⛴ swallows us in Rødbyhavn and spits us out again in Puttgarden, where we laboriously maneuver out of the ferry port. There is not a single cycle path marking here. We follow the coastal bike path in the direction of the castle, take a refreshing bath in the troubled Baltic Sea and fight our way against the wind towards the depth of the castle. One of the most beautiful bike paths I know. It runs for long stretches along the steep coast and offers wonderful views of the coastline and the Baltic Sea over and over again. On the south beach, people are still sizzling in the sun 🌞. In Burg we make quarters and another security corona check 😷. The only negative experience that day 😅. We drove a total of 120 km 🚴🏻🚴🏻♂️ and are now looking forward to a big one 🍺. And maybe a big 🍺☺️.
6 days ago
At the start of our Baltic Sea tour we are going over to Denmark. The ferry carries us safely and dryly from Rostock to Gedser ⛴. We mostly follow designated cycle routes - Baltic Sea Cycle Path - Mönchsweg - Panorama route and whatever they are called. It doesn't really matter because we enjoy every kilometer of the route. Not spectacular, but wonderfully relaxed on asphalt and little gravel. Mostly quiet side streets, and roadside. And again and again beautiful views of the Baltic Sea. Unfortunately, our bathing idea falls by the wayside. Where bathing is possible it is too crowded for us. The way leads us via Nyköbing and Nysted. In Nysted we treat ourselves to an ice cream and a coffee at the harbor. Otherwise roll, roll, roll in the most beautiful sunshine ☀️ ☀️☀️ and almost always with a tail wind. A terrific cycling day that will still find a connection on Fehmarn - so off to the ferry in Rodbyhavn.
7 days ago
The first part of our Baltic Sea tour, the prologue, takes us from the hotel in Rostock to the Rostock ferry port to cross over to Gedser. Ferry leaves at 6.00 a.m., get up at 3.30 a.m. 😬😬😬. The ride is fresh and uneventful ... The route is fun. Mostly pure nature. As I write this we are already sitting on the ferry. ⛴ In front of us are the Baltic Sea and 90 km of cycling fun in Denmark 🇩🇰 ...
7 days ago
Because of the funny signs on the bus and the trees decorated in Baluschek Park, I don't want to withhold this vile work trip from you. I couldn't drive my actual route on the Insulaner because a bomb was found ... everything was cordoned off. Hope everything goes well. As far as the tree inscriptions are concerned, the change in traffic towards bicycles is not everyone's right.fuss-ev.de/?view=article&id=792:verkehrswende-rueckwaerts-autogerechte-radschnellwege&catid=61So what we need are not bike paths, but wide footpaths so that I can safely walk the 26 km to my place of work. Then I'll probably leave my car behind and walk more often 😎.
June 28, 2021
Today on the way north I had a persistent pursuer who reminded me of Independence Day 😱. Except for a short warm shower, I stayed dry. With the way back and two errands, I have at least reached 65 kilometers today. That probably won't save the planet, but I hope every little bit helps. 😎
June 21, 2021