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Vincent Reboul
 

About Vincent Reboul

Bonjour,
Je suis vraiment enthousiaste en tant qu'éditeur de Collections komoot de pouvoir partager et échanger ma curiosité sur le monde et tous les chemins et routes à explorer qu'il contient.
Il y a tellement de belles routes et de chemins à découvrir et redécouvrir qu'une seule vie ne suffirait pas.
Ayant voyagé et exploré un peu partout dans le monde à vélo ou à pieds, et ayant été guide à vélo les 20 dernières années, j'ai appris récemment que mon propre pays fait partie de ceux qui présente le plus de chemins et de petites routes en comparaison à sa taille somme toute modeste.
En 2020 j'ai fait un tour d'Europe de 12000 km en suivant les sites connus préhistoriques. Un leitmotiv qui m'as permis de bien pédaler.
J'aime particulièrement les voyages au long court mais je considère qu'il n'y a pas de petites ou de grandes aventures.
Une chose compte : vivre, écrire son aventure et la partager.
Un conseil tiré du livre "the rules " : "libérez votre esprit et vos jambes suivront"
Joyeuses randonnées!
Hello,
I am really enthusiastic as a komoot collections editor to be able to share and exchange my curiosity about the world and all the paths and routes to explore within it.
There are so many beautiful roads and paths to discover and rediscover that one life would be not enough.
Having traveled and explored all over the world And being a biking tour guide the last 20 years of my life, I recently learned that my own country is one of those with the most paths and small roads in comparison with its modest size.
In 2020 I made a tour of Europe of 12000km following the known prehistoric sites. A motivation that allowed me to pedal well.
I particularly like long-term trips but I consider that there are no small nor big adventures.
The important thing I consider in this matter is to live, write your adventure and share it.
A final advice from the book "the rules" : "Free your mind and your legs will follow"
Merry Hikes
Happy pedaling

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853 mi

Time in motion

71:41 h

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  1. Vincent Reboul planned a bike ride.

    November 21, 2021

    02:02
    22.1 mi
    10.9 mph
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  2. Vincent Reboul planned a bike ride.

    November 21, 2021

    03:19
    32.2 mi
    9.7 mph
    2,175 ft
    2,325 ft
  3. Vincent Reboul planned a bike ride.

    November 21, 2021

    02:29
    22.6 mi
    9.1 mph
    1,750 ft
    1,500 ft
  4. Vincent Reboul planned a bike ride.

    November 20, 2021

    49:43
    482 mi
    9.7 mph
    15,650 ft
    15,625 ft
    1. Vincent Reboul

      Here is the complete itinerary of the French part of EuroVelo 8, better known as the Mediterranean by Bike. This discovery of all the regions of Provence links Spain to Italy for about 800 kilometers. Come and discover the full range of colors and the richness of this beautiful part of France. For more details on this adventure, see our Collection: komoot.fr/collection/1367864/-de-la-cote-occitane-a-l-italie-variante-de-la-mediterranee-a-velo

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      • November 20, 2021

  5. Vincent Reboul planned a bike ride.

    November 20, 2021

    02:48
    22.2 mi
    7.9 mph
    2,800 ft
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  6. Vincent Reboul planned a bike ride.

    November 16, 2021

    1. Vincent Reboul

      For this last stage of your Mediterranean Bike adventure, you will follow the seaside almost all morning, which will give you the opportunity to take very beautiful walks along the Riviera, like that of Cagnes-sur -Sea and of course the famous Promenade des Anglais in Nice.Since Nice is located at the halfway point, I suggest a gourmet break and a coffee in Old Nice before visiting this so pretty district which is near the Promenade des Anglais.Between Nice and La Turbie, the mountain suddenly plunges into the sea.
      The beaches are not as accessible as they used to be and are dominated by the Route des Trois Corniches.
      EuroVelo 8 thus avoids Monaco, to continue via the magnificent Cape Martin before arriving in Menton.Among all the cities visited along the Côte d´Azur, the lemon capital is my preference. You are now very close to the Italian border.If you want to continue towards Italy, I advise you to cross the border not by the coast but by the Boulevard de Garavan located a little higher. This charming winding road is bordered by magnolias, exotic gardens and a beautiful olive grove.The route ends at the Menton SNCF station.

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  7. Vincent Reboul planned a bike ride.

    November 16, 2021

    1. Vincent Reboul

      Tonight you will arrive in the famous city of Cannes.Do not hesitate to cut this day in two stages, because the difference in altitude is important and fatigue can start to be felt after a week of efforts on your bike. In this case, a stop for the night in the village of Fayence located on this route may be wise.It's a beautiful day in the Var hinterland which awaits you and which will allow you to discover beautiful villages, all while traveling along splendid roads. The traffic will increase as you get closer to the coast, Mandelieu-la-Napoule and Cannes.The itinerary aims to take you through old Cannes, in order to offer you a more precise and complete look at this seaside town known for its film festival.Note that to visit the old town you will have to get off your bike for a few hundred meters.Cannes is international and prices can be excessive on the Riviera, so study all the accommodation and dining options available to you.

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  8. Vincent Reboul planned a bike ride.

    November 16, 2021

    1. Vincent Reboul

      This beautiful day will make you travel in more ways than one. Geographically speaking, you will radically change the scenery when crossing the Durance.The discovery of the region around the Gorges du Verdon is a delight. You will gradually head towards the Var hinterland and reach its main town, and your end of the day: Draguignan.Lake Esparron which is near the Gorges du Verdon has this blue, turquoise green color so characteristic of the waters of this wild river.The Sillans waterfall which is located halfway will offer you the opportunity to take advantage of this bucolic and refreshing setting to take a lunch break in the village of Sillans-la-Cascade.Before arriving in Draguignan, the route follows the cross roads to make you discover the very beautiful dolmen known as "the stone of the fairy".Draguignan, which was the former administrative capital of the Var until 1974, is a town which has all the necessary shops and services. It is the birthplace of a great traveler, botanist and writer of the 19th century: Claude Gay.A very beautiful mural pays homage to the child of the country.

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  9. Vincent Reboul planned a bike ride.

    November 16, 2021

    1. Vincent Reboul

      Today, you are getting closer to the Alps and the Pre-Alps, so naturally the height difference becomes more substantial. You will leave the pretty town of Apt this morning to arrive in that of Forcalquier halfway through.Many aromatic plants like verbena, fine lavender, or daffodils grow in the area. The factories of the world-famous Occitane brand are located near Manosque and exploit this vein. This beautiful city will be your destination for the day.Forcalquier is no exception and offers a very interesting museum on this subject. After your visit to the "Artemesia muséum", which is located in the former Cordeliers convent, phytotherapy, aromatherapy and the world of perfumes will no longer hold any secrets for you.Manosque is a medium-sized town where you will find a large offer of accommodation.

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  10. Vincent Reboul planned a bike ride.

    November 16, 2021

    1. Vincent Reboul

      This magnificent day will make you discover the Alpilles and will take you into the heart of the Lubéron massif. Your final destination tonight is Apt, the main town in this region of Provence.The town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, located at the very beginning of the route, has many assets. Its market is famous, and if you pass by there on a Wednesday or Saturday morning (market days), take the opportunity to do some shopping for a possible picnic.The outskirts of the city are just as remarkable with the monastery of Saint-Paul, where the famous painter Vincent Van-Gogh stayed. He was very prolific during his stay.The nearby archaeological site of Glanum can also be visited and is worth a look. It's not every day that you get the chance to walk the streets of an ancient city!The route then passes through downtown Cavaillon, known for its succulent melons. You will then take a very pleasant straight cycle path that follows the route of the old railway. You will ride in this valley, accompanied on your right by the Lubéron massif and on your left by that of the Vaucluse mountains.Close to this magnificent cycle route, you will see a very beautiful Neolithic tomb as well as a Roman bridge of great beauty. You will be able to admire the small villages perched on the heights such as Monieux, Gordes, Ménerbes and Lacoste before your arrival in Apt.

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      • November 22, 2021

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