About Kurpfalzradler

ein Ruheständler der gerne mit dem mit Rad auf Entdeckungstouren unterwegs ist. Seit über 10 Jahren mache ich Fotos der Radwege und Sehenswürdigkeiten rechts und links des Wegs. Da es anfangs nur wenige Webseiten mit Radwegen und Beschreibungen gab, wollte ich dies auf einer eigenen Website präsentieren. Auch heute noch ist es mein Ziel Radtouren mit Fotos so zu zeigen, daß diese zum Nachfahren animieren.
2015 bin ich vom Tourenrad auf ein E-MTB (Hardtail) umgestiegen. Damit kann man sich sicher auf allen verzeichneten Radwegen bewegen. Graswege sind für mich bei trockenem Wetter ok - aber ansonsten sind mir Waldautobahnen lieber.
Trails ab S2 überlasse ich denen, die es können !
Meine Touren plane ich immer selbst am PC und gefahren wird dann mit einem Garmin GPSmap64 - ein Smartphone ist für mich nur ein zu großes Telefon !
Meine Fotos sind auf meiner Website kurpfalzradler.de und auf geo.hlipp.de zu finden !
viel Spass auf dem Rad !

Distance travelled

11,648 mi

Time in motion

1242:41 h

Recent Activity
  1. Kurpfalzradler went for a bike ride.

    November 18, 2020

    24.9 mi
    13.3 mph
    325 ft
    350 ft
    Manfred, Bernd and 57 others like this.
    1. Kurpfalzradler

      Today was a little detour towards Hockenheim.
      The weather is supposed to get a bit worse.

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      • November 18, 2020

  2. Kurpfalzradler went for a bike ride.

    November 14, 2020

    32.8 mi
    11.7 mph
    1,600 ft
    1,700 ft
    Bernd, Dominik Thomaier and 71 others like this.
    1. Kurpfalzradler

      Three hours of sun should be enough for a detour to Waibstadt - Epfenbach - Mönchzell. It's really fun in the forest! The paths at the edge of the forest were too wet, especially downhill! Everything sucked in again!
      Yes, and it was warm too - it can stay that way until April!

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      • November 14, 2020

  3. Kurpfalzradler went for a bike ride.

    November 9, 2020

    25.3 mi
    14.0 mph
    625 ft
    500 ft
    Bernd, Herbert and 64 others like this.
    1. Kurpfalzradler

      I wanted to drive again today and take less photos!
      The temperature was still ok and the wind was slack.
      It went via St. Leon to Kirrlach and further around Bad Schönborn. Along the Malsch airfield to the new Malsch-Mühlhausen cycle connection. Then you'll be right back home.
      In Rotenberg a delegation was just visiting the construction work of the Bach Bridge, so I also recorded the current state.

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      • November 9, 2020

  4. Kurpfalzradler went mountain biking.

    October 31, 2020

    28.6 mi
    11.6 mph
    2,425 ft
    2,450 ft
    Michael, Klausi and 59 others like this.
    1. Kurpfalzradler

      According to the weather report, this should be one of the last sunny autumn days.
      On the paths it was like on Father's Day and May 1st together. As expected, everything at the rest areas was occupied!
      Most of the hikers were beautiful at a distance and in small groups.
      I fled quickly at the Königstuhl - terrible - but that's still allowed until Monday!
      Nice round, it's also fun to the left!
      It's a shame that you couldn't take the full swing with you because of the wet paths.

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      • October 31, 2020

  5. Kurpfalzradler went for a bike ride.

    October 25, 2020

    34.9 mi
    12.0 mph
    500 ft
    550 ft
    Bernd, Herbert and 61 others like this.
    1. Kurpfalzradler

      Of course everyone wants to get out in such weather!
      But apparently I missed how Mr. Span explained to people yesterday in the news that Covid is absolutely not contagious today - on Sunday!
      I can't understand it, yes you can go out and do sports!
      But -> AHA - so please keep your distance from others!
      Why do you have to drink coffee in droves during the pandemic on the Ketschau or in front of the castle in the sun?
      I had specially laid my course around the locations. I passed the Ketschau quickly even though I had planned a detour to the game reserve. But if I had suspected what was going on in Schwetzingen in front of the palace and on Carl-Theodor-Strasse, I wouldn't be in town! Hardly a chance to get through at all.
      Nevertheless ! I liked the tour in autumn. The sun lasted until the end and the Covidiotes weren't everywhere!
      Except for the small stretch in Walldorf through the forest to the Lutheran Bridge, all paths are rainproof.

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      • October 25, 2020

  6. Kurpfalzradler went for a bike ride.

    October 22, 2020

    30.0 mi
    10.0 mph
    1,725 ft
    1,700 ft
    Bernd, Heiko and 61 others like this.
    1. Kurpfalzradler

      Only a short tour was planned for today. I wanted to go over the Schatthausen and Wall over the Krähberg to the Hirschklingen hut. Then back home via Meckesheim. I wanted to visit a few highlights that I hadn't seen before.
      The weather was great and the paths were dry.
      Exhausting, but well suited to be followed.

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      • October 22, 2020

  7. Kurpfalzradler went for a bike ride.

    October 13, 2020

    23.7 mi
    10.3 mph
    400 ft
    450 ft
    Steffen Niebling, Harry.Hirsch and 65 others like this.
    1. Kurpfalzradler

      After I haven't been on my bike for a long time, I wanted to use the day to look for the accident site and the memorial stone of Jim Clark on the now renatured part of the race track. Unfortunately, I did not find the memorial stone, but I was surprised at how much the forest recaptured the area.
      There was a lot going on on the race track, but all entrances to the grandstands were closed.
      The streets have now been laid out in the new development area in Walldorf.

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      • October 13, 2020

  8. Kurpfalzradler went for a bike ride.

    September 30, 2020

    gisi, KathiEMTB and 50 others like this.
    1. Kurpfalzradler

      Today my bike tour took me to the Lußhardtwald between Kronau and Forst. There is the natural monument, the 'Kramer Oak'. There are also two other oaks with names, the Ludwig-Simon oak and the Rothweiler oak.
      By asking local pensioners, I also found the history of the Wendelinus oak and its location.
      On the way back, I noticed two more large oaks at Duttlacher-Graben. But these do not yet have names.
      Nice flat round, only the dear headwind made my way home difficult.

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      • September 30, 2020

  9. Kurpfalzradler went for a bike ride.

    September 28, 2020

    Birutz, Heiko and 55 others like this.
    1. Kurpfalzradler

      After my tour on the Baden Wine Cycle Path, I was disappointed by the vineyards I saw there! In my home country they are significantly more beautiful!
      So today I made a big round through the wine-growing area around Rauenberg and neighboring places to have a comparison.
      I started in Wiesloch in the Hägenich area. Then my way led on to Dielheim over the Viehberg to the height. There are many orchards between the vineyards. Again in the direction of Rauenberg through the Mannaberg area and the Burggraben location to Rotenberg on the Heiligenstein. Through Mühlhausen and over the Ruhberg you come to the Malsch wine regions on the Letzenberg. On the north side of the Letzenberg there are the Malschenberg vineyards. Again in the direction of Rauenberg there are the vineyards on the Galgenberg and in the valley the Leieräcker. Another detour to the Ihle Hof, then it goes home via the Wachent.
      Since I took a lot of time to take photos and I wasn't in a hurry with the beautiful weather, my cut was laughably slow.

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      • September 28, 2020

  10. Kurpfalzradler went for a bike ride.

    September 23, 2020

    45.6 mi
    9.6 mph
    2,025 ft
    2,050 ft
    Heiko, Bernd and 62 others like this.
    1. Kurpfalzradler

      According to the weather forecast, today should be the last warm day, so tackle another bigger tour! It was ok up to Elsenzsee, but then it started to drizzle and then light rain.
      The sky was bright in the west - so further.
      From Sulzfeld I hit the wine cycle path, and it got dry again.
      The red sign is sparse, but it should be enough. You also have to pay attention to the green arrows on the bike, or just go to GPS.
      With a few exceptions, the paths are all paved and practically without car traffic. Excluding winegrowers, who are partly at work.
      Since all of this is actually on my doorstep, there was almost nothing new for me.
      I can only recommend the wine cycle path!
      The sun was shining at home, of course!

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      • September 23, 2020

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