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About Kristof

Seit über 14 Jahren dreht sich bei mir alles um Radreisen. Als Reiseleiter begleite ich interessierte Leute in ganz Europa und arbeite Radreisen für verschiedene Veranstalter aus. Um eine zusätzliche Perspektive zu bekommen studiere ich Verkehrswirtschaft in Dresden in der Hoffnung, die Welt ein bisschen fahrradfreundlicher zu machen.Als stolzes Mitglied des komoot-Teams darf ich seit 2019 meine Leidenschaft mit euch teilen und stelle euch tolle Radtouren vor. Alles, was du auf meiner Seite findest, bin ich entweder selber abgeradelt oder habe sie so gut recherchiert, als würde ich gleich starten.Zum Schluss noch ein obligatorisches Zitat: „Nur wo du mit dem Rad warst, bist du auch wirklich gewesen”. Frei nach Goethe.

Distance travelled

318 mi

Time in motion

28:23 h

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  1. Kristof planned a road ride.

    June 20, 2022

    Zu den Highlights im Westen von Ajaccio – Berge und Meer auf Korsika

    01:53
    23.1 mi
    12.3 mph
    1,875 ft
    1,850 ft
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      The short road bike tour begins on the main square of the island's capital, Ajaccio. You drive past the Grotto Napoléon through the hilly suburbs, the streets are getting more and more lonely.

      

      From the pass with a small chapel you have a wonderful view of the sea and you have your destination in mind

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    June 20, 2022

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      The Alta Rocca is best known to hikers, but the roads between the villages make racing bike hearts beat faster. The highlight of the tour is the Bavella Pass, which is rightly one of the most popular road bike passes on the island. But you don't come from the sea, but from the other side, which the racing

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  3. Kristof planned a road ride.

    June 20, 2022

    05:07
    55.1 mi
    10.8 mph
    6,800 ft
    6,775 ft
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      Mighty chestnuts give the legendary Castagniccia its name. When it was still unaffordable to import wheat, the Corsicans laboriously made flour from chestnuts. Today, goats, domestic pigs and wild boars live in the chestnut forests, which you will meet more often on your tour than people.

      

      You start your

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    June 20, 2022

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      On countless serpentines it goes uphill to the Col de Scalella. The further you leave the island's capital, Ajaccio, the emptier the streets become and the landscape becomes more and more impressive.

      

      From Tavera, it's worth taking a little detour to Bocognano, a pretty little village. Along the way is

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    June 20, 2022

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      The sea is your constant companion for the first kilometers. The view is often interrupted by bizarre rock formations. In the small village of Cargèse, which for a long time offers the last chance for a coffee break, you turn onto a tiny but paved road.

      

      After a hilly stage and a descent, you start climbing

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  6. Kristof planned a road ride.

    June 20, 2022

    04:24
    49.2 mi
    11.2 mph
    5,750 ft
    5,750 ft
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      Corsica is a mountain range in the sea. You'll realize that by today at the latest. This tour through the original center of the island takes you through small mountain villages and you are guaranteed to meet more pigs than people on the lonely roads.

      

      The eastern part of the route in particular is (still

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  7. Kristof planned a road ride.

    June 20, 2022

    02:08
    19.9 mi
    9.3 mph
    3,250 ft
    3,250 ft
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      The stage takes you uncompromisingly uphill through the wildly romantic Restonica valley. As a reward, the most beautiful valley in Corsica awaits you with the rushing torrent, the rugged rocks and the fragrant pines.

      

      It is best to drive up in the early morning when the sun rises over the mountain peaks

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  8. Kristof planned a road ride.

    June 20, 2022

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      This is a wonderful, short road bike tour for starting out or as a morning ride. The tour takes you out of Bastia along the sea and then onto a panoramic road with very little traffic but breathtaking views.

      

      On the way you drive through small villages, like San Martino or Cardo, which with their stone

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  9. Kristof planned a road ride.

    June 20, 2022

    06:11
    71.9 mi
    11.6 mph
    7,100 ft
    7,100 ft
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      The sea, the mountains and you. The altitude makes you sweat and the landscape takes your breath away. The circumnavigation of Cap Corse is not one of the most popular road bike routes on the island for nothing.

      

      The tour starts in Bastia, the second largest city on the island. There is still a lot going

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  10. Kristof planned a bike ride.

    February 8, 2022

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      The last stage of the Mühlviertel cycle path starts in Sandl. It's the longest and also demanding at over 1,100 meters in altitude, but you've already built up a bit of fitness. In addition, you can enjoy many long descents, finally even back down into the Danube valley.

      

      On lonely streets you drive alternately

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