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Kämpfen. Oft stundenlang. Nur für den einen Moment: Oben auf der Passhöhe anzukommen. Wir lieben die Herausforderung. Bergauf. Und den Rausch der Geschwindigkeit, wenn’s wieder bergab geht. ROADBIKE liefert seinen Lesern als Heft und Webseite die schönsten Rennrad-Touren, kompetente Tests, Fitness-, Ernährungs- sowie Trainingstipps und begeistert mit fantastischen Bildern, spannenden Szene- und Reisereportagen. ROADBIKE ist nah dran an denen, die am schnellsten fahren, am härtesten kämpfen – und nah dran an der großen Faszination Straßenradsport.So finden Sie uns:
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Distance travelled

42.4 mi

Time in motion

04:14 h

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  1. ROADBIKE Magazin planned a road ride.

    April 28, 2021

    07:23
    97.8 mi
    13.3 mph
    3,575 ft
    3,575 ft
    Mario Leuteritz likes this.
    1. ROADBIKE Magazin

      It is said that Rügen is Germany in miniature. This route leads into the “mountainous part” of the island and of course along the Baltic Sea and Bodden coast. In the first part it takes its discoverers to the venue of the Störtebeker Festival, Ralswiek, and to the Jasmund peninsula with its chalk cliffs. At the highest point, the Stubbenkammer, you have already collected a lot of altitude and earned a fish sandwich at the pier in Sassnitz. We continue to the Mukran ferry port, past the KDF ruins in Prora and then through the seaside resorts of Rügen with the pier in Sellin as the highlight. The last part of the route awaits you with picturesque fishing villages, historical things in Putbus and small but fine climbs. A stop in the port of Lauterbach is recommended for the last few kilometers. Anyone who dares to go to the island by racing bike should avoid the main season if possible - then a sheet metal avalanche of bathing tourists rolls over the streets. Whereby tourism has fallen sharply due to the corona pandemic. If the tour is too long for you, you can shorten it here and there, but it would be a shame ;-)

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      • April 28, 2021

  2. ROADBIKE Magazin planned a road ride.

    April 26, 2021

    01:21
    18.6 mi
    13.7 mph
    2,150 ft
    2,175 ft
  3. ROADBIKE Magazin planned a road ride.

    April 26, 2021

    00:52
    8.48 mi
    9.8 mph
    1,850 ft
    650 ft
  4. ROADBIKE Magazin planned a road ride.

    April 26, 2021

    Luca and david like this.
    1. ROADBIKE Magazin

      The start and finish of this tour is at Mickeln Castle in southern Düsseldorf. Via Unterbacher See and Neandertal you head towards Wuppertal. Even if there is actually no road at ground level in this city, you drive on the Nordbahntrasse - a converted, disused railway line - almost straight and completely without car traffic through the long valley of the Wupper. Through the idyllic Marscheider Valley, it goes beautifully into the Bergisches Land towards Remscheid-Lennep, where the next railway cycle path connects: the Balkan Terrace. It's almost 30 km on great asphalt and with little contact with other traffic downhill to Leverkusen-Opladen.
      Along the Rhine on the way back to Düsseldorf the scenery changes again - and a varied day in the saddle comes to a worthy end!

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      • April 26, 2021

  5. ROADBIKE Magazin planned a road ride.

    April 21, 2021

    09:48
    123 mi
    12.5 mph
    6,050 ft
    6,050 ft
    1. ROADBIKE Magazin

      Mega compliments for the idea with the tour suggestions! I would love to follow them all :-) My route between the Mittelland Canal and the Wiehengebirge is easily manageable for everyone with medium to good physical condition. Two to three steep inclines, the rest is long but moderate. The landscape is very varied with many flat passages, but also hills in the Wiehengebirgskamm. If you want, you can make a short detour to the Dümmer See for a delicious fish sandwich, and if the route is too long, you can shorten the route or omit the access roads to Westerberg and / or Dörenberg.

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      • April 21, 2021

  6. ROADBIKE Magazin planned a road ride.

    April 21, 2021

    05:01
    66.2 mi
    13.2 mph
    4,200 ft
    4,200 ft
    HansT likes this.
    1. ROADBIKE Magazin

      Start and finish of this tour is at the train station of Walheim near Aachen. In the German-Belgian border area it goes through the Eifel. The Vennbahn cycle path - one of the longest railway cycle paths in Europe - takes you on the best asphalt through a beautiful heather landscape. Later you drive on quiet roads and beautiful landscapes in the direction of Malmedy. You can see part of the Spa circuit and end up at the dam of the Lac de Gileppe. Along the beautiful Weser dam, it goes back towards the starting point.

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      • April 21, 2021

  7. ROADBIKE Magazin planned a road ride.

    April 21, 2021

    09:00
    135 mi
    15.0 mph
    3,600 ft
    3,600 ft
    Tobias and Jens like this.
    1. ROADBIKE Magazin

      One of the favorite tours of RB reader Tobi Plus leads from Augsburg to Füssen and back - along the Via Claudia. Numerous cafes, beer gardens and sights are on the route. Depending on your mood and performance, it is suitable for speed, enjoyment as a complete tour or one way by train. Tobi also shows some pictures on his Instagram channel "friday.rideday".

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      • April 21, 2021

  8. ROADBIKE Magazin planned a road ride.

    April 13, 2021

    1. ROADBIKE Magazin

      The tour is long, but without great topographical difficulties. From the Great Garden it goes north over small streets. The turning point at Lichterfeld is the F60 visitor mine, where the history and present of lignite mining in Lusatia is told. In Senftenberg on the lake of the same name, it is worth taking a break for food. In Lichtenberg and in the Seifersdorfer Tal there is most of the altitude difference of the day before the tour towards Dresden rolls out.

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      • April 13, 2021

  9. ROADBIKE Magazin planned a road ride.

    April 9, 2021

    Mario Leuteritz likes this.
    1. ROADBIKE Magazin

      We just leave the tour description by RB reader Armin Koch uncommented, because it really makes you want to go around!The exit starts at the Görlitzer Altstadtbrücke, a pedestrian bridge that connects the Polish and German parts of the city. A quick look at the parish church of St. Peter and Paul and the Waidhaus, the oldest building in the city ... and then off we go, we leave the historic old town along the Oder-Neisse cycle path to the south.After almost 7 km we leave the official bike path and now ride along the Berzdorfer See, a former open-cast mine. After the harbor promenade, we return to the bike path and finally we reach the St. Marienthal monastery at km 23.
      The next 7 km we ride on a leisurely bike path through the Neißetal to Hirschfelde.
      When you arrive in Zittau (km 38), with a little luck you can catch a glimpse of the narrow-gauge railway passing by. An approx. 10 km long ascent to the Hotel Hochwaldblick begins in Eichgraben. After a short break with a fantastic view, it goes into the Kammloch. 80 km / h can be reached on the 17% steep descent, but ATTENTION: on the right side, cars may leave a parking lot and shortly before the end of the descent we have to turn left towards Hain!
      After another 100 hm uphill we reach the access to the Hochwald (km 54), if you like you can conquer another 200 hm here! A rapid descent takes us to the climatic health resort of Jonsdorf and on to Waltersdorf. At km 63 we climb a ramp to the left to the Hotel Rübezahlbaude. After a gradient of up to 20% we enjoy an incredible view and let our mind wander.Back in town, we drive along wonderful half-timbered houses, a landmark of Upper Lusatia, to Großschönau and from there to Spitzkunnersdorf. From now on it's uphill and downhill back to Görlitz. Again and again we see beautiful half-timbered houses and let our gaze wander over the fields. Between Wittgendorf and Schlegel, we discover the steam columns of the coal-fired power plant in Turów, Poland, between numerous wind turbines.
      Shortly before the goal, we climb the last longer climb in Friedersdorf at km 113 in the direction of Jauernick-Buschbach. Before we continue to the left, we pause at Kirschallee (km 116) and take a last look at Lake Berzdorf.
      With the Görlitz local mountain Landeskrone in view, we finally head towards the city until we reach the Görlitz Old Town Bridge after a little over 130 km. If you still have the time and inclination, you can visit a few of the Hollywood locations where films like "The Book Thief" , "The Reader", "Grand Budapest Hotel" or "Around the World in 80 Days" were filmed. Or you can enjoy the gorgeous old town of Görlitz and whisper secrets to you on the Whisper Arch.

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      • April 9, 2021

  10. ROADBIKE Magazin planned a road ride.

    April 9, 2021

    1. ROADBIKE Magazin

      Actually, the tour of RB reader Markus Köbbe-Strodtkötter exceeds the requirements because of excess length - on the other hand, the 300er certification that the Meppener drives every year as the annual highlight is a really worthwhile training goal that should keep motivation high even in difficult Corona times. Start and finish are in downtown Meppen. On mostly small streets it comes to the district - with turning points at the Meyer shipyard in Papenburg and Salzbergen. Have fun!

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      • April 9, 2021

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