Today I was relaxed with a cool breeze and 19 ° C. I started the tour in Königs-Wusterhausen.You are standing in the middle of the forest. Actually, the three bridges with the new bicycle bridges, let's say measure in Copenhagen. In the case of the Grünauer three-bridge triangle, there are two short gaps of 30 and 100 meters between the bridges and two somewhat longer sections on the Old Radelander Weg to Grünau and on the Grünauer Weg to Eichwalde.This route is a supplementary route to the tour "Back to the future. One time for the future BER. Because with the bridges you cross the track systems, which are primarily intended as feeder tracks for the BER.From there we continued on the Telow Canal with a small detour to a Lost Places: the former Blub.Maybe one or the other remembers the biggest fun pool of the 1980s. Today there is only one ruin left (see photos). The owners are currently lacking an idea of what can be done with the property.We continued through Treptower Park. The promenade is currently partially closed, so I had to bypass this.Next a small jump to the Landwehr Canal and turn the park at Gleisdreieck to Wittenbergplatz, where I ended today's little tour.
about 12 hours ago
This time we use the weather at sunny 21.5 ° C for from Spandau out into the green. This time again Uwe.So we use the weather for a day trip. Uwe came from Tegel. We met in Spandau.The bike rolled on mostly first-class trails. Lined with rapeseed fields and the first poppies could already be seen here and there.In Brandenburg an der Havel we made a tour through the old town.Thanks also to Uwe. I always like to drive with you!Here is the tour of Uwe:komoot.de/tour/187368676
May 21, 2020
Today's tour was a stroll.At 24 ° C in the sun and a cool breeze, I met blackcharly at the main train station.From there it went urban (largely car-free) and green through the city center.At Schönefeld Airport, which was largely deserted (except for a few employees). Most of the machines were also on the ground (see photos).It went on. The goal should now be the BER. As is well known, this will now open in October 2020. That's why I wanted to take the opportunity and experience BER for the last time, which you will never experience again afterwards.The actual airport area resembles a ghost town.
Endless access roads laid out like highways. Deserted. And above all: normally closed to cycling. Only at the moment this doesn't matterOverall, definitely worth a trip. If you've always wanted an entire airport to yourself, it's possible here. STILL!
May 17, 2020
This time it went, at 28 ° C (measured on the bike) from Wittenber to Berlin. In bright sunshine.The best bike paths led along the European bike path R1, which has blossomed in recent years. After the turn of the European cycle route R1 consisted predominantly of bumpy slopes, potholes and paths that did not deserve the name "cycle path", it looks much better today. More and more passages are well paved. You are constantly working to improve the ways.From the great Lutherstadt Wittenberg, with the many old half-timbered houses, great old town and the Luther Church, we first went on paths with solid ground in the middle of nature. The kilometers of rapeseed fields that bloom in the strongest yellow are currently clearly visible. Definitely an eye catcher.After about 40 kilometers we had our first stop on Rabenstein. Uwe had a flat tire in front of the castle. And with a new Schwalbe Marathon-plus, which is known to be plattable.Nothing at all. The tire had to be patched. The food on site was rudimentary (bockwurst, Viennese with rolls, ice cream and drinks), but good. It could have been much worse. :-)After about an hour we continue our journey.The next stop was at Burg Burg Rabenstein. A castle with a well-preserved weir system.And if we are already there, we of course have to visit the Beelitz healing facilities. However, this had closed. Instead, Uwe discovered (diagonally opposite) that the former Russian command post (from the time of the Allies and the Cold War) was now open. We take the opportunity to take a few exclusive photos of a previously closed area of the Beelitzer Heilstätten. Because this area was originally part of it.Behind the Schwielowsee we took the shortcut on the country road and not the picturesque waterfront, because after 100 km we wanted to go back to Berlin.At the ICC we separated because I had to pull the rope again and Uwe towards Tegel.It was a great day.PS: Typing errors are intentional and serve to amuse the reader
May 9, 2020
This time it went across the wild floodplain. With Andreas this time
Together we went to Brandenburg an der Havel and this time we take the tour back to Berlin. Along the harbor bike path. At Ketzin we took the ferry and drove on, along great landscapes and small villages.In Berlin on Heerstrasse we parted ways because he had to go to Spandau and I went back to Breitscheidplatz in the city center.At around 18 ° C the sun sometimes came out.
May 3, 2020
Today it was at 23 ° C (measured on the bike and in the sun) off the beaten track.I admit that it sounds a bit strange to speak of storming the summit in Berlin.Strictly speaking, it was a small round of work. This time together with Huckybear, who wanted to present me his new fully MTB e-bike from Riese and Müller.And of course he wanted to drive across the field.So we used this little round for a reunion and are up the Teufelsberg and Drachenberg.Actually, I had the clear impression of a summer day today. Shorts and shirt were the order of the day. And in April !.
April 24, 2020
Today we went out to Müggelsee at 27 ° C on the bike.This time, too, it was urban and largely car-free through the city. Mostly through the green. Urban through Berlin!On the way back I visited another unreal place. The Brandenburg Gate in the evening sun seems almost deserted today. So I see the gate mostly at night.
April 12, 2020
At about 18 ° C (measured on the bike) I had a spontaneous meeting with Uwe today:komoot.de/tour/169017944This was the first trial round. Whether two different types can get along.So we met at the ICC and followed the Wannsee water line. Then continue down the Havel to Schwielowsee.On the way back we spontaneously came to the Brandenburg state parliament. The pictures show unique - calm pictures that you rarely experience. It was a nice afternoon when we naturally complied with the contact restrictions.
April 10, 2020
Ich bin hauptsächlich unterwegs in Berlin und Brandenburg.Ich fahre ganzjährig bei jedem Wetter. Egal ob die Sonne scheint (auch gerne bei 35°C), es regnet, aus allen Kübeln gießt, es schneit (bei -15°C) und die Straßen verreißt sind. Hauptsächlich aus dem Antrieb heraus mich bewegen zu müssen. Dies versuche ich so weit wie möglich in den Alltag zu verlegen und mit dem Alltag zu verknüpfen.Trotzdem ich Zeit meines Lebens in Berlin verbracht habe, finde ich immer noch endlegende Ecken, verborgene Orte und besondere Stellen die es gilt eindeckt zu werden. Komoot hilft mir diese für alle fest zu halten.Darüber hinaus lade ich als Tourleiter auch immer wieder gerne zu meinen Touren durch Berlin und die Mark Brandenburg ein. Radtouren unternehme ich gerne alleine, zu zweit oder mit bis zu 250.000 Teilnehmern.Oft bin ich auf der Critical-Mass-Berlin (siehe: critical-mass-berlin.de) anzutreffen.Oder auch als Ordner bei der Sternfahrt des ADFC: