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About Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

Ich bin am liebsten abseits vom Autoverkehr unterwegs: Auf Radwegen und/oder im Wald.
Meine Räder: Mein Lieblingsrad ist ein sehr leichtes Cyclocrossrad von Cannondale; in der Stadt zur Arbeit und zum Einkaufen nutze ich mein Stevens X8 (mit Starrgabel).
Ich fahre jeden Tag ne Runde meist in der Nähe von Würzburg - oft einfach einen Umweg von der Arbeit in Würzburg nach Hause in Höchberg. Mit dem Wohnmobil erkunden wir gerne auch die Mittelgebirge der Umgebung oder auch mal ein paar Berge in Frankreich.
Angefangen habe ich 2017, ein paar km zu fahren:
2017: 3600 km - das wollte ich verdoppeln
2018: 8000 km - geschafft! Im Jahr drauf wollte ich mehr als 8000 km
2019: 9000 km- Neues Ziel für 2020: 5stellig
2020: 14000 km - Durch Corona saß ich noch mehr im Sattel
2021: 17690 km - viel mehr geht jetzt nicht mehr...
incl Indoorbike waren es sogar 19300km
Im Jahr 2021 hab ich außerdem angefangen, mehr bergauf zu fahren und mich oft bei quaeldich.de nach schönen und einsamen Bergauffahrten umgeschaut. Laut meinem Fahrtenbuch kam ich auf über 216.700 hm in diesem Jahr.

Distance travelled

23,970 mi

Time in motion

1962:38 h

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  1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦 went cycling.

    5 days ago

    Pyrenäentour 9: Col d'Aubisque, Abschied von den Pyrenäen

    58.3 mi
    13.0 mph
    5,425 ft
    7,000 ft
    Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦, Bernhard69 and 37 others like this.
    1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

      The sun and the pleasant warmth have left us, but in the morning I drive to the Col du Soulor and then to the Col d'Aubisque. Between these two passes is the highlight of today's tour. It's easy to forget about the colder weather. At the Col d'Aubisque I met my husband with the mobile home, who was still

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  2. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦 went cycling.

    6 days ago

    20.9 mi
    8.4 mph
    3,800 ft
    3,850 ft
    Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦, John and 33 others like this.
    1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

      In Luz-Saint-Sauveur there are less than 1000 inhabitants, but at least 3 bike shops. You can buy jerseys that say you've conquered the Tourmalet or... that you've ridden Luz Ardiden.

      After there was a lot of traffic at the Tourmalet and the beautiful part only comes up to the last 500 hm, we decided

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      • 3 days ago

  3. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦 went cycling.

    7 days ago

    39.4 mi
    10.1 mph
    6,825 ft
    6,950 ft
    Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦, John and 36 others like this.
    1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

      When we were asked where we were going on vacation, our answer was always: to France and the rest is up to the weather forecast. That's not entirely true, because we did have one goal: Luz-Saint-Saveur, because that's the twin town of Höchberg (where we live) and at the same time the starting point of

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      • 3 days ago

  4. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦 went cycling.

    September 20, 2022

    53.5 mi
    11.7 mph
    6,800 ft
    7,825 ft
    Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦, Hans-Dieter and 31 others like this.
    1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

      Start was today at 1069m altitude at the Col de Portet d'Aspet. Dressed warmly (long-long), I first went into the valley in the shade, before I gradually freed myself from leg and arm warmers on the next climb.

      Although the Col de Menté is a white (small) road on the Michelin map, it is still well developed

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      • 4 days ago

  5. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦 went cycling.

    September 19, 2022

    Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦, John and 47 others like this.
    1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

      In the Pyrenees there is a "Route les cols" that I almost followed today. However, instead of the Col de la Core, I preferred to take the very small road to the two rather unknown passes Col de Catchaudégué and Col de Portet (Ariège): Firstly, because I love small, lonely roads and secondly, because

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      • 6 days ago

  6. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦 went cycling.

    September 18, 2022

    56.5 mi
    10.5 mph
    7,875 ft
    7,875 ft
    Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦, Johnson 13 and 48 others like this.
    1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

      Yesterday was a rest day with a trip to Andorra, then we drove on to Ax-les-Thermes to spend the night there twice.

      The Col de Marmare is an easy pass that we cycled together. Except for hunters on a battue, we didn't meet anyone there, so we could comfortably drive this small road side by side. Remarkable

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      • September 20, 2022

  7. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦 went for a hike.

    September 17, 2022

    0.87 mi
    2.2 mph
    150 ft
    175 ft
    Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦, MSP Alex and 39 others like this.
    1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

      We have never been to Andorra. I actually wanted to cycle the Coll d'Ordino and the Collada de Beixalís as a loop, but the pass on the Coll d'Ordino was closed due to a motorcade. They let the cyclists through, but that was too delicate for me. Andorra is a very beautiful country and we learned a lot

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      • September 20, 2022

  8. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦 went cycling.

    September 16, 2022

    Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦, Heinz and 40 others like this.
    1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

      It had rained at night and we were initially looking for a new camper place. We found what we were looking for in the ski area of Les Angles and this is where the tour I had planned from Olette the evening before started.

      In retrospect, I would recommend this round as well, because the descent to Olette

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      • September 20, 2022

  9. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦 went cycling.

    September 15, 2022

    Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦, Johnson 13 and 55 others like this.
    1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

      My second Pyrenees tour starts in Prades up to the Col de Jau (1506m). Unfortunately the weather was a bit unstable today. First it was a larger road uphill to Molitg-les-Bains, where thermal baths are. Then it gets lonelier on the D14, in Mottes the elementary school children are having lunch in the

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      • September 17, 2022

  10. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦 went cycling.

    September 14, 2022

    66.1 mi
    11.7 mph
    6,775 ft
    6,750 ft
    Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦, Ondschi and 50 others like this.
    1. Astmm69🕊️🇺🇦

      This is our first time in the Pyrenees. On my very first tour, I learned that a white road in the Michelin Atlas is not necessarily paved, the "yellow" roads on komoot are still quite lonely, only the RN (red federal roads) should be avoided.

      Originally I wanted to take a short cut, but I didn't have

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      • September 16, 2022

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