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About Doubletrackfanatic

Creator of the European Divide Trail Network, Bikepacking Dirt Roads Around Europe.
As my name suggests, I love to ride, explore and share dirt, gravel and forest roads wherever I find them. Continuously traveling by bike since May 2017, spending around 250 nights per year sleeping outdoors, riding as much as I can, and I've always tried to live my 'best life', as it's the only one I've got!

Distance travelled

13,206 mi

Time in motion

1602:28 h

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  1. Doubletrackfanatic went mountain biking.

    June 25, 2022

    Veneto Trail day 1

    49.4 mi
    5.2 mph
    6,875 ft
    5,975 ft
    marleen, MLK and 50 others like this.
    1. hungerast

      That ascent sure looks like monster...

      • June 26, 2022

  2. Doubletrackfanatic planned a gravel ride.

    June 10, 2022

    80.9 mi
    6.9 mph
    6,000 ft
    6,825 ft
    1. Doubletrackfanatic

      Through the glen, you'll keep following one of General Wade's military roads, that eventually takes you into the heart of Inverness. Through the city, you you'll quickly be back in the hills again on some forest roads, quiet lanes and estate tracks.


      Sometimes rough, sometimes smooth, the tracks and trails

      • June 10, 2022

  3. Doubletrackfanatic planned a gravel ride.

    June 10, 2022

    78.7 mi
    6.7 mph
    5,175 ft
    4,425 ft
    1. Doubletrackfanatic

      Steeply up from Loch Rannoch, you'll climb to a broad valley and into the southern edge of the Cairngorms. There's a vague stretch of trail, which could be boggy, that takes you to a great, firm trail alongside Loch Garry.


      You'll briefly join a cycle route before heading up another wild and beautiful

      • June 10, 2022

  4. Doubletrackfanatic planned a gravel ride.

    June 10, 2022

    83.4 mi
    7.1 mph
    6,100 ft
    5,750 ft
    1. Doubletrackfanatic

      Away from Milngavie on the West Highland Way is easy navigation and some great views of the mountains. The trails are a real mixture of easy riding and steep tracks, but always getting northwards.


      Through Drymen, then the pretty town of Aberfoyle, Brit forest roads take you around the edge of Loch Venachar

      • June 10, 2022

  5. Doubletrackfanatic planned a gravel ride.

    June 10, 2022

    102 mi
    8.7 mph
    4,150 ft
    3,825 ft
    1. Doubletrackfanatic

      Climb up and over the Firth of Forth bridge on the cycle track, with it's spectacular span and views across the country, you'll then ride through South Queensferry onto a beautiful gravel track next to the Firth, before a series of cycle routes takes you along the seafront into the heart of Edinburgh

      • June 10, 2022

  6. Doubletrackfanatic planned a gravel ride.

    June 10, 2022

    91.1 mi
    7.8 mph
    4,475 ft
    4,975 ft
    1. Doubletrackfanatic

      You'll leave the beautiful Coffin Road, then the route goes over a series of rolling hills before a steep climb and descent leads you into Dundee.


      Leaving Dundee you'll follow the cycle route alongside the Firth of Tay, before heading inland again up a steep climb, past Perth airport then down to the

      • June 10, 2022

  7. Doubletrackfanatic planned a gravel ride.

    June 10, 2022

    74.8 mi
    6.4 mph
    6,825 ft
    6,350 ft
    1. Doubletrackfanatic

      The route starts out from Aberdeen, the Granite City, on the Dee Valley cycle track, an old railway track, before climbing into the hills on a series of quiet roads and then forest roads and tracks. Then you'll follow the course of the Water of Dye, past Charr bothy, then up and over Mount Battack before

      • June 10, 2022

  8. Tiso and Doubletrackfanatic planned a gravel ride.

    June 1, 2022

    589 mi
    7.3 mph
    37,050 ft
    37,050 ft
    Gill H Trash Free Trails, Chrisb and 7 others like this.
  9. Doubletrackfanatic planned a bike ride.

    April 19, 2022

    4B_CastroVerde and Gustavo like this.
    1. Doubletrackfanatic

      Between Delaware Water Gap and Port Jervis, New York you’ll parallel the Delaware River through the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Roads are narrow and quiet, not well signed, and services are scarce. This section of route is also on the Atlantic Coast Bicycle Route. In New York, the route

      • April 19, 2022

  10. Doubletrackfanatic planned a bike ride.

    April 19, 2022

    4B_CastroVerde likes this.
    1. Doubletrackfanatic

      East of Clearfield, you will transition from the Appalachian Plateau to the Ridge and Valley Appalachians. This belt forms a broad arc between the Appalachian Plateau and the Blue Ridge Mountains, and is characterized by long, even ridges with long continuous valleys in between. Most of the route follows

      • April 19, 2022

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