Die Wundersame Fahrradwelt Podcast

About Die Wundersame Fahrradwelt Podcast

Hier findet ihr die Hörer:innen Collection und die Touren aus dem Podcast!Johanna Jahnke lässt sich von spannenden Menschen aus der Fahrradwelt inspirieren und inspiriert damit ihre Hörer:innen, über sich hinaus zu wachsen. Ob Gravel oder Asphalt, Bikepacking oder Ultra-Endurance-Rennen: Alles, was zwei Räder und das Herz an der richtigen Stelle hat, wird besprochen und diskutiert.Neue Episode jeden 2. Donnerstag auf Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Podimo, Deezer und überall wo es gute Podcasts gibt!

Distance travelled

4,369 mi

Time in motion

363:29 h

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  1. Angela and Die Wundersame Fahrradwelt Podcast went for a bike ride.

    6 days ago

    27.6 mi
    10.6 mph
    500 ft
    475 ft
    1. Angela

      The tour starts and ends at the Goethe Tower. At the moment you can't go up the Goetheturm, but if you can again you should definitely enjoy the view over Frankfurt. In the city forest there are many paths that are great to ride on a gravel bike, often there are bridle paths. However, I've been on these trails for over 20 years, but I've never met riders here!
      The round can be driven at any time of the year, in summer it is nice and shady in the forest and in winter it is sheltered from the wind. In total you pass 7 bodies of water.
      Why do I like or still do this lap? It's just fun and in a good mood. Before Corona it was pretty quiet in the city forest, currently you are no longer completely alone, especially at the Goethe Tower and the individual ponds.
      By the way, you shouldn't necessarily do the tour when Eintracht Frankfurt has a home game. At kilometer 20 you are above a shooting range, so don't be alarmed if it bangs.
      Both at the Oberschweinstiege at kilometer 39 there is the possibility to get food and drink (currently only open on weekends) and of course at the start / finish at the Goetheturm there is the Goetheruh restaurant which is currently also open during the week.

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      • 6 days ago

  2. Morksen and Die Wundersame Fahrradwelt Podcast planned a gravel ride.

    7 days ago

    45.9 mi
    7.8 mph
    1,825 ft
    1,825 ft
    Johanna Jahnke likes this.
    1. Morksen

      Attention: parts of the tour are only accessible on Sundays and public holidays! Please pay attention to this and plan a detour if necessary. It's about the passage on Panzerstrasse near Stadtallendorf.The tour starts at the village community center in Moischt. To warm up, it goes on country roads and bike paths through part of the Ebsdorfergrund. Shortly after Schweinsberg it goes directly into the Danneröder forest, which unfortunately has meanwhile made a sad name for itself. You also drive directly through the aisle that was cut for the construction of the A49. After crossing the B62 (about 100m you have to drive on the main road), the first highlight comes. To the left of the path, a little to the side, you will find the cherry bridge. A wonderful spot for a first short break, if you want. Definitely a great way to take a few souvenir pictures of the bike.It continues on chic gravel bike express trains to the border of the Kirtorf training area. A few meters further on, the next highlight awaits you, the stump of the church. An old ruined church in the middle of the forest. Do not be surprised, since there is no other way to get out of this part of the forest, it goes back a bit on the path from which you came. On a cleared piece stands an old house in the middle of the forest, which could definitely come from a horror movie: DThe route now leads through the Herrenwald. Here is also the aforementioned Panzerstrasse. This can only be ridden by bike on Sundays and public holidays. Either you have to plan an alternative route here during the week, or you just turn left just before the railway barrier (13) and save yourself the extra lap through the Herrenwald.Quickly through a few residential areas of Stadtallendorf, we continue towards Kirchhain. Even if the market square only comes relatively at the end of the tour, it is perfect for indulging in a well-deserved ice cream!The end of the tour leads over the country roads and through the fields past Roßdorf back to the parking lot in Moischt.Tips for the tour: Near the route, at least in the first and last quarter, there are always cemeteries, you could fill up your water here. Otherwise, you should definitely make sure that you have adequate liquid with you, as you will be out in the forest for a relatively long time without any supply options. Only once again in Stadtallendorf or Kirchhain can you make a detour to the gas station or the nearest supermarket if necessary.Unfortunately, it is currently still a little unclear how long you can continue to drive the route through the Danneröder Forest. A piece goes right through the aisle for the A49. But maybe the path will stay the same.

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      • 7 days ago

    1. Jonathan

      A very nice tour that has almost everything the region has to offer, from sandy horse trails to asphalt on the dike. In autumn you can even collect blueberries and apples along the way. The first half (Lüneburg-Hoopte) is much more demanding, with forest and trails, in Hoopte there is a stop at the ferry and back relaxed at the Ilmenau and through the villages. In principle, the tour can also be started from Hamburg (e.g. via Vierlanden and the ferry), but then the more demanding part comes at the end (possibly reversing the route) or by train to Lüneburg, and then by ferry over and on towards Hamburg.

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      • April 30, 2021

  3. Raphster, Frank and 46 others like this.
    1. sportbohème

      Speed and timing don't match as tracked with other app.A nice ride in the evening, about half of it with a headlamp in the dark. We combined a bone-jarring drive on dirt roads, always looking for protection from the southeast wind, with the wonderful Tuscan-white gravel of the Hochleitenwald and its unusual views back to Vienna.
      From there it goes through an unexpectedly deep valley towards Glockenberg, which you approach on lonely earth paths. After a stop on the observation tower, it goes over trails, trails, trails (double track / single track) back towards the Danube. Shortly before that, the leisurely last driveway to the Bisamberg is waiting to warm up again before the final single trail in town spits out one.
      When the cars whiz past on the Danube bridge, you can hardly believe the lonely landscapes in which you have just heard deer, wild boar and brown hares in the forest.

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      • April 28, 2021

  4. Janneke and Christina like this.
    1. Nina Schwind

      The tour is a nice mix of gravel and asphalt, with only a very small part on busy roads - where you just can't help it. It goes through small forests and on dirt roads, along rivers and in the last third to the art project Stoa169 and the organic ice machine in Polling. A beautiful garden in front of the Pollingen monastery invites you to linger before heading back to the Murnauer Moos.

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      • April 26, 2021

  5. sportbohème and 2 others went gravel riding.

    April 21, 2021

    marc clish, MMVie21 and 26 others like this.
    1. sportbohème

      While as a mountain biker you are pretty lost in many places in the "bike transit country" Austria - in recent years, however, Vienna and areas like Göttweig have fortunately developed positively - outside the trail area you can count on an almost unclear network use official routes.As soon as you get to know the relevant main axes from within the city, the environment invites you to just start driving spontaneously, follow one or the other sign and then turn into any gravel road in no time at all.This tour is a fine example of that. The only plan was to get out of Vienna car-free via the Bisamberg axis and to use the Marchfeld Canal as a green gravel axis to return home. The result is a relaxed, almost traffic-free lap with a mixture of asphalt and gravel. Go explore!

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      • April 23, 2021

  6. Pfote and Die Wundersame Fahrradwelt Podcast went gravel riding.

    April 21, 2021

    Alex the Balex, Katja and 17 others like this.
    1. Pfote

      The tour shows something of the diversity of Thuringia and the collection is still missing an amount from the green heart of Germany ;-)Tour route:
      To warm up, we leave Weimar via a slightly ascending cycle path towards Bad Berka and after a while we reach Legefeld. Here, after a bit of zigzag in the village, the first gravel section of the tour begins. The first descent should only be driven "faster" if the ground and ability allow it. Otherwise, let yourself slide with the brakes on and enjoy the solitude of this path. This is followed by the first highlight: a wonderful single trail. Then it goes for a few kilometers along the Ilm cycle path. From Bad Berka we drive to Tiefengruben (make a stopover if you have not yet been here), Tonndorf and along the reservoir to Hohenfelden. The tour summit can now be clearly seen. A dirt road and a stretch of nicely sloping country road bring us to the toughest climb of the day. In the hairpin we leave the road and drive on a hiking trail directly to the summit. Here we take a short break in business (currently completely contactless thanks to a trustworthy checkout).
      Now we explore the Riechheimer Berg and enjoy the ups and downs until we come to the wonderful view over Hohenfelden, the valley and the reservoir. Then we follow paths of different quality. (If it is wet, please stay on the main paths, with the direct path you will probably have to push).
      With a forest highway we say goodbye to the mountain and can scream our feelings of happiness out into the world.
      Once in the valley, we follow the bike path to Klettbach and avoid the busy main road (please adjust it in your own tour that was the most unpleasant part of the tour ...).
      The post mill in Klettbach is the last attraction on the tour, but the way back to Weimar still offers some beautiful views - but above all many descents on gravel roads, roads and bike paths. Through the beautiful Kirschbachtal we reach our start and destination Weimar again.

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      • April 30, 2021

  7. Eulacity and Die Wundersame Fahrradwelt Podcast went cycling.

    April 21, 2021

    21.7 mi
    12.2 mph
    1,675 ft
    1,425 ft
    Ralfe, sportbohème and 4 others like this.
    1. Eulacity

      When the weather is sunny, the way to work is extended through the villages and quiet street. 😉

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      • April 30, 2021

  8. Mailin and Die Wundersame Fahrradwelt Podcast went gravel riding.

    April 18, 2021

    64.8 mi
    13.4 mph
    1,150 ft
    1,050 ft
    Jan St., Norbi Frank and 19 others like this.
    1. Sebastian

      It was nice weather with you. In May I'm going north from Bamberg. I can enjoy the beautiful landscape there.

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      • April 18, 2021

  9. Jürgen and Die Wundersame Fahrradwelt Podcast planned a road ride.

    April 16, 2021

    43.4 mi
    13.5 mph
    1,100 ft
    1,100 ft
    1. Jürgen

      Hello everyone. Then I would like to introduce you to a round in Bavarian Swabia. It is suitable for everyone who wants to take a beautiful tour of the landscape. It is not an extreme mountain tour, more a pleasure tour. I like it because it is a beautiful landscape tour over lonely country roads. Have fun

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      • April 16, 2021

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