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Trails (continued)

The death road ride - Bolivien 2013
by Iris Mueck, tour started May 2012, submitted 26 May 2013

Many times I have checked at the Internet this ride... Now, dreams has come true... The Death Road, or as it is called 'the most dangerous road of the world" is the ultimate downhill ride. People from all over the world doing this, and try to get a kick.

I did it with the support of 'Gravity Biking'. A very reliable organization, which I really can recommend. They have experienced tour guides, who makes this ride easy and safe. Gravity Biking also provides the bike. We had blue sky weather, with some exceptions, e.g. when crossing a waterfall, or a misty jungle area. You should take into consideration, the start is elevated at a height of 4.700 meters, finally going down to 1.250 meters. Passing at least 3 climate zones. The road comprises a ride on paved road, round 13 kilometers and about 47 kilometers on dirt road. Hanging cliffs, makes the ride somehow scenic (...and dangerous).

Today, not so many bikers die per year.... The original name came by the fact, that, before the new paved road, this road has been the connecting road to go from La Paz to Santa Cruz. Today, as the new road is completed, the old road became a mountain bike Eldorado. The organized tour ends with a zip line event. We found a three rope zip line - the flying fox (check out at the Internet!)

Please note: when entering the lower part of the road, just before the paved roads ends, you are passing a local police check point. It may happen that even tourists are forced to undertake a drug test. Because this area is known as one of the Coca farming area. Coca leaves has two sides: one is the Coca leave tea, which is legal and a rather good medicine to overcome height sickness symptoms. The other side is the processing the Coca leaves in jungle laboratories and traffic the final product. They say, the "shining path" organization today comprises no more than 50 people which protect the Cocaine trafficking.

See all 112 reports by Iris Mueck

A rest at the death road
Discover the South and North of Vienna by Mountain-bike
by Iris Mueck, tour started April 2012, submitted 2 May 2013

This has been a counter visit of of our German biking friends from Hamburg. Beate, a powerful riding lady; Norbert with an E-pedelec and a very good Li-battery has been accompanying us on our 3 day tour. My daughter Anne and her boyfriend accompanied us on our first day of riding. We ended the tour by riding through the Thaya national park, as our German guests decided to continue riding back home using some popular trails in Czech Republic. I am still impressed of the performance of our guests. They have been riding the national park trail with all their heavy luggage (which I called 'stone collection').
Enjoy the pictures and comments. Good luck to our followers!

See all 112 reports by Iris Mueck

Czech Thaya national park
Transmurciana. Vuelta a Murcia en BTT.
by Zinaztli, tour started February 2011, submitted 31 October 2012
language: es

Recorrido en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas por la Región de Murcia siguiendo el itinerario de la TransMurciana, a través de caminos históricos y rurales, especialmente por vías pecuarias y viales de uso compartido. Coincide en gran medida con los Caminos de la Vera Cruz, Itinerarios Ecoturísticos, Corredores y Vías Verdes, y los Senderos de Gran Recorrido que atraviesan el Mediterráneo (GR 92 y GR 7). Sin grandes desniveles visita la gran mayoría de los Espacios Naturales Protegidos murcianos, viéndose representados su gran variedad de paisajes.

Partiendo de Murcia capital, y tras cruzar el P.R. Carrascoy y el Valle, desciende hasta el mar cerca de San Pedro del Pinatar, para bordear el Mar Menor hasta Cabo de Palos. Sigue toda costa murciana, en gran parte por el GR 92, pasando por La Unión, Cartagena, Puerto de Mazarrón y Águilas. [...]

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Camino de Santiago Ruta de la Lana (Almansa-Burgos)
by Zinaztli, tour started April 2011, submitted 31 October 2012
language: es

Recorrido en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas desde Almansa, pasando por Cuenca, hasta Burgos siguiendo el Camino de Santiago-Ruta de la Lana. Incluye el enlace del Camino de Levante, en Almansa, con la propiamente llamada Ruta de la Lana, en Monteagudo de las Salinas.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Transcantábrica en BTT
by Zinaztli, tour started June 2012, submitted 30 October 2012
language: es

Itinerario en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas desde Ponferrada hasta Espinosa de los Monteros, que recorre la Cordillera Cantábrica pasando por muchos de sus macizos montañosos más representativos. Sigue la ruta descrita por Juanjo Alonso en la guía Transcantábrica en BTT editada por la Editorial Desnivel, coincidiendo en gran parte con el recorrido ciclomontañero.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Vuelta a Sierra Nevada en BTT
by Zinaztli, tour started January 2012, submitted 28 October 2012
language: es

Itinerario en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas, que tomando como punto de partida Granada, da la vuelta a las principales cumbres del Parque Nacional de Sierra Nevada, en su zona granadina. En gran parte la ruta coincide con el itinerario senderista GR 240 Sulayr y la ruta cicloturista Transnevada. Desde Granada capital, recorremos la vertiente norte de Sierra Nevada, pasando por Jérez del Marquesado, para cruzar a la vertiente sur por el Puerto de la Ragua. Ya por la Alpujarra, llegamos a Lanjarón tras pasar por Trevélez, Pórtugos y Capileira. Tras recorrer la Rinconada de Nigüelas, llegamos a Granada por Gójar y La Zubia.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Camino de Santiago Catalán-Camino del Ebro.
by Zinaztli, tour started March 2012, submitted 25 October 2012
language: es

Recorrido en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas siguiendo el Camino de Santiago en Cataluña. Parte desde el Monasterio de Sant Pere de Rodes hasta Pina de Ebro, donde se une al Camino de Santiago del Ebro, por donde continúa hasta finalizar en Logroño, donde se enlaza con el Camino Francés. Incluye tambien el enlace desde Montserrat con Barcelona, bajando por Martorell y volviendo por San Cugat.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

A mountainbike tour to the Reisalpe (Lower Austria)
by Iris Mueck, tour started October 2012, submitted 3 October 2012

The Reisalpe is rather high located (nearly 1.400 meters), and with a bicycle not easy to reach. We circled around to find a way up, which takes a while and made our day distance rather long: 55 kilometers. Some parts so steep, that we have pushed the bike upwards. I never have been riding so long distances on my most easy sprocket ring. Downhill has been another difficulty, as because of the steep decent, braking the bicycle made the rear wheel drifting... We have started at Wiesenfeld (near the city of Traisen) using the 'wrong' way up via Schindeltal, passed the Ebenwald summit, and later found the way up. We went down to Furthof and returned on the Traisen bike path back to Wiesenfeld. Our tour started 'wet' but ended in typical fall sun conditions. An evening break and rest at the restaurant of 'Mostheurigen Karner', located at the Hafnerberg road, near the little town of Noestlach rounded our tour. Enjoy the report and pictures. Good luck to our followers.

See all 112 reports by Iris Mueck

Never give up - even when it's time
Transpirenaica en BTT (Llança-Hondarribia)
by Zinaztli, tour started June 2012, submitted 1 October 2012
language: es

Recorrido en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas que cruza los Pirineos de esta a oeste, por su vertiente sur, desde el Mediterráneo (Llança como punto de partida) hasta al Atlántico (y Hondarribia como punto final). Toma como referencia la guía "La travesía de los Pirineos en BTT", de Jordi Laparra y editada por Prames, siguiendo su itinerario principal excepto para tomar la variante de Ordesa-Sierra de Cutas.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Valle de Vió. Los Sestrales.
Munda Biddi Trail - "Pea Gravel Highway" - Mundaring to Collie
by Aushiker, tour started April 2008, submitted 26 January 2012

Description of riding the Munda Biddi Trail from the northern trailhead to Collie, the first major town as you head south on the trail.

See all 4 reports by Aushiker

Waterous Trail - Munda Biddi
by Aushiker, tour started October 2007, submitted 22 January 2012

The Waterous Trail is a fairly easy two day ride that takes in some of the Munda Biddi Trail in Western Australia. A great trail to ride to to get away for the weekend or to get a taste of off-road touring.

See all 4 reports by Aushiker

Travesía de los Alpes Occidentales en BTT (Geneve-Ventimiglia
by Zinaztli, tour started August 2011, submitted 25 September 2011
language: es

Itinerario en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas que sigue la travesía de los Alpes Occidentales, principalmente por su vertiente francesa, aunque los últimos kilómetros son por la vertiente italiana. Toma como punto de partida Ginebra, a orillas del Lago Leman, para terminar en Ventimiglia, en la frontera entre Francia e Italia, a orillas del Mediterráneo. La ruta sigue el itinerario descrito en la guía ''La traversé des Alpes à VTT, du Léman'' la Méditerranée'' de Patrick Bernard, editado por Didier Richard.

Recorremos en Francia: Savoie-Mont Blanc (Genevois, Chablais, Portes du Soleil, Grand Massif, Pays du Mont Blanc, Beaufortain, Tarentaise y Maurienne), Hautes Alpes (Briançonais, Pays du Guillestrois y Queyras) y Alpes-Haute Provence (Ubaye). Y en Italia: Piemonte-Cuneo (Valle Maira, Valle Stura, Valle Gesso, Valle Vermenagna y Valle Tanaro) e Imperia (Alpi Marittime y Liguria).

Ruta eminentemente montañera que coincide en muchos momentos con los tres grandes itinerarios transalpinos (Grande Traverse des Alps GTA-GR 5, Via Alpina y Route des Grandes Alpes) y con otros senderos de largo recorrido (GRP Littoral du Leman, Tour des Portes du Soleil, Tour des Fiz, GRP Tour du Pays du Mont Blanc, GRP Tour du Beaufortain, GRP Tour de Haute-Tarentaise, GR 57 Tour du Mont Thabor, GR 58 Tour du Queyras, GR 541, GR 56, GR 6, GRP Tour du Chambeyron, Percorsi Occitani, Via de la Sale y Alta Via Monti Ligure).

Se visitan algunos grandes macizos montañosos (Mont Blanc, Vanoise, Ecrins y Queyras) junto con otras zonas menos conocidas (Chablais, Giffre, Montagne d'Anterne, Beaufortain, Tarentaise, Iseran, Maurienne, Thabor, Grand-Briaçonais, Vallée de la Cerveyrette, Durance, Parpaillon, Ubaye, Viraysee, Mary, Haut-Piemont, Valle Maira, Valle Stura, Haute Roya y Liguria).

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Camino de Santiago desde Roma (Francigena-Domitia-Tolosana-Camino Francés)
by Zinaztli, submitted 29 January 2011
language: es

Camino de Santiago realizado en bicicleta de montañiendo de Roma (12 de junio) hasta Santiago (31 de julio). He seguido los siguientes itinerarios:

  • La Vía Francigena, en Italia, desde Roma hasta Montgenevro. Itinerario señaternita di San Jacopo. El itinerario pasa por las regiones: Lazio, Toscana, Emilia-Romagna, Liguria y Piemonte.
  • La antigua Vía Domitia, en la actualidad Sendero de Gran Recorrido GR 653D, que comienza en el Puerto de Montgenevro para conectar en Arles con la Vía Tolosana-Chemin de Arles. Itinerario señation Française de la Randonnee Pedestre FFRP. El itinerario transcurre por la Provence-Cote d´Azur (Hautes Alpes, Alpes de Haute Provence, Vaucluse y Bouche du Rhone).
  • El Camino Francés del Mediterraneo o Vía Tolosana, en la actualidad Sendero de Gran Recorrido GR 653D. Comienza en Arles, pasa por Montpellier y Toulouse (de la que recibe su nombre), para cruzar los Pirineos y entrar en Españomport. Después de recorrer el Camino Aragonés, conecta con el Camino Frances en Puente la Reina. Itinerario señation Fçnçaise de la Randonnee Pedestre FFRP. El itinerario transcurre en Francia el Languedoc-Rousillon y Midi-Pyrenees, en Españrra.
  • El Camino Francés en Españe la Reina. Realizado en bicicleta de montañ20 al 29 de Julio dentro del viaje de Roma a Santiago. El itinerario transcurre por Navarra, La Rioja, Castilla y León y Galicia. Desde Santiago continua hasta Muxía pasando por Fisterra (30 y 31 de Julio) finalizando a orillas del Atlántico en la Costa da Morte.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Transandalus. Vuelta a Andalucia en BTT
by Zinaztli, tour started March 2009, submitted 16 December 2009
language: es

Recorrido cicloturista en BTT con alforjas que da la vuelta a Andalucía recorriendo muchos de los espacios naturales protegidos de la comunidad por caminos tradicionales.

Es difícil resumir en pocas palabras 2.500 kilometros, 8 provincias y 36 días de pedaleo. Multitud de paisajes. Montañas y playas, bosques y desiertos.

Toda la información se la debemos a un magnífico grupo de bikers andaluces que ha creado un recorrido único, compendio de todos los caminos y paisajes de Andalucía. Todo ello en una web donde podemos encontrar rutometros, mapas, tracks para gps y mapas para gps. Y mucho trabajo desinteresado que agradeceré toda la vida.

Comienza en Sevilla, para bajar hasta Sanlucar de Barrameda. Da la vuelta a Andalucía en sentido antihorario para volver a Sanlucar. Para regresar a Sevilla rodea el PN de Doñana por Almonte.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Alpi Bike. Travesía de los Alpes en BTT (Trieste-Ventimiglia)
by Zinaztli, tour started July 2009, submitted 14 December 2009
language: es

Travesía de los Alpes de este a oeste, que une Trieste y Ventimiglia . Circula Cinco países: Italia, Eslovenia, Austria, Suiza y Francia. Los macizos montañosos más conocidos de los Alpes: A. Julianos, A. Cárnicos, Dolomitas , Adamello-Pressanella, Ortler, Engadina, Bernina y Bregaglia, lagos de Como y Maggiore, Monte Rosa, Mont Blanc, Gran Paradiso, Monviso, Alpes Marítimos y Mercantour. Recorrido realizado en solitario en 43 días (del 4 de julio al 15 de agosto de 2009). Son unos 2.100 kilómetros y cerccerca de 60.000 metros de desnivel (media diaria: 50 km. y 1.400 m.). Coincide en muchos tramos con al Vía Alpina, Alta Vía Cárnica, Tour del Monte Rosa, Tour del Mont Blanc, Alta Vía del Valle de Aosta y Vía de la Sale. Cruza collados por encima de los 2.500 metros (Tarscher Pass, Stelvio, Cassana, Turlo, Salati, Bettaforca, Nana, Malatrá, Chavannes, Chivasso, Longia y Sibolet). Cicloturismo de montaña en estado puro. El sueño de todo biker de atravesar todos los Alpes.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Viaggio assistito nelle Foreste Casentinesi. Maggio 2008
by Marcello Stampacchia, tour started May 2008, submitted 15 December 2008
language: it

Viaggio in stile islandese?

Perché la nostra esperienza dei viaggi in Islanda ci ha fatto inventare un nuovo modo di viaggiare in MTB: il viaggio assistito. Tu viaggi leggero con il GPS e noi ti portiamo i bagagli, i viveri e l'occorrente per il viaggio. Con questo spirito abbiamo progettato uno splendido giro di 2 giorni.

In sintesi il viaggio proposto:
partenza dalla nostra sede di Brisighella il venerdì sera, sosta per la cena e la notte a Casa di Ponte nel comune di Tredozio; via per i boschi del fantastico parco delle Foreste Casentinesi; sosta con cena e pernottamento a Fiumicello nel comune di Premilcuore; secondo giorno in quota per toccare il monte Falco e il Falterona, famoso per dare vita all'Arno, e discesa adrenalinica fino alla valle del Sieve per prendere il treno e fare ritorno a Brisighella.

Tutti i particolari li trovate sul sito:

See all 3 reports by Marcello Stampacchia

Due giorni nel Parco delle Foreste Casentinesi
Mountain Bike Trail and Tour Information & Reviews at
by mudhunny, tour started 2008, submitted 21 November 2008 helps mountain bikers find mountain bike trails around the world, offering photos, reviews, videos and the largest online catalog of GPS mountain bike trail maps. Huge online mountain biking community and active forums. now features mountain bike tour listings and reviews, come find a tour or share your experience of your recent bike tour with fellow bikers. Mountain Bike Trail Information
Mountainbiking around Siena
by Nicola Semboloni, tour started July 2007, submitted 31 July 2007
language: it, en

An insider look at one of Italy's most beautiful areas from a backroad cycling point of view. Do the names Montalcino, Chianti, Pienza, Montepulciano ring any bells with you?

Casaltina, Valdorcia, Italy
Complete Andalucia round trip through MTYB tracks
by transandalus groupe, tour started 2007, submitted 3 July 2007
language: es

Round trip to Andalucia. A 2600 km path through no paved roads, including the crossing of 35 km beach at Doñana National park.

Mountain biking in Northern Italy (Lake Maggiore area)
by Anna, tour started 2006, submitted 26 April 2007
language: en, de

Cycling in Northern Italy? Visit this new website offering both accommodation in, and information about, the stunning region hosting the 2008 Road Cycling World Championships. Resources include detailed itineraries for spectacularly scenic mountainbike routes, photos, links to local weather forecasts, train timetables and much, much more.

Avventure nel deserto Libico al seguito di una strana carovana
by Ambrogio D'Adda, tour started February 2002, submitted 26 August 2006
language: it

Grazie alla perenne ricerca di motivazioni, il Vezz, si imbatte nella presentazione di una gara affascinante, spettacolare e singolare.

Queste sono le mie impressioni sull'avventura vissuta nel deserto libico, al seguito di una strana carovana.

See all 5 reports by Ambrogio D'Adda

viaggio attraverso il deserto Islandese
by Marcello, tour started August 2006, submitted 3 May 2006
language: it

IBAS - Island Bike Adventure Sprengisandur. L'IBAS è un percorso in mountain bike attraverso l'Islanda, dal Nord-Est al Sud dell'Isola, lungo la mitica pista dello Sprengisandur. Questa pista, la più lunga e impegnativa dell'Isola, è stata affrontata per la prima volta a bordo di un veicolo negli anni Trenta da dei pionieri islandesi. Oggi per un fuoristradista che desidera viaggiare in Islanda con un 4x4 lo Sprengisandur è l'itinerario più ambito. Solo pochissimi appassionati, in genere islandesi, hanno la preparazione, la capacità di affrontare lunghi giorni in solitudine nel deserto più grande d'Europa e portare a termine il percorso in bicicletta.

Terreni ricoperti da lava, rocce vulcaniche, basalti, un deserto di 35 km di sabbia nera con piccole dune, fiumi glaciali da guadare, distese di erba verde dagli effetti fluorescenti, ghiacciai, montagne dalle cromie indescrivibili, distese di pietra pomice, canyon profondi, vulcani e cascate sono le visioni di questo incredibile ambiente primordiale.

L'IBAS è nata per permettere agli appassionati della natura e dei viaggi in bicicletta di percorrere nella massima sicurezza e con la migliore assistenza gli 800 km dell'itinerario stabilito.

cicloturismo y mountainbike en Pereira y Dosquebradas, Colombia
by Daniel Agudelo y Carlos Andres Rios, tour started January 2006, submitted 2 May 2006
language: es

Bikerranqueros es una propuesta que busca motivar a todas las personas para que desempolven la bicicleta y salgan en su tiempo libre a recorrer los caminos de Pereira y Dosquebradas por medio de la práctica del cicloturismo y Mountain bike.

Transalp Oberstdorf - Torbole am Gardasee
by FiloRosso Webdesign, tour started August 2000, submitted 13 April 2006
language: de

Alpencross Bericht einer Mountainbike-Extremtour von Oberstdorf zum Gardasee, 7 Tage (davon 4 Regentage)/440km/14000 Höhenmeter.

See all 2 reports by FiloRosso Webdesign

Transalp Oberstdorf - Torbole am Gardasee
by FiloRosso Webdesign, tour started August 2000, submitted 13 April 2006
language: de

Alpencross-Bericht einer Mountainbike-Extremtour von Oberstdorf zum Gardasee, 7 Tage (davon 4 Regentage)/440km/14000 Höhenmeter.

See all 2 reports by FiloRosso Webdesign

Mountainbiking in California
by Per Löwdin, tour started July 2004, submitted 21 February 2006

In 2004 for we bet on biking in California, to search for some of the best singletrack, in places such as Annadel, Downieville, Truckee, Lake Tahoe and Monterey. Essentially, we did the same thing as the previous summer, when we cycled in Colorado, but in a different part of the United States.

See all 8 reports by Per Löwdin

Colorado Singletrack
by Per Löwdin, tour started July 2003, submitted 21 February 2006

2003 we biked in Colorado. The idea was to ride the famous Colorado singletrack, biking between the places with singletrack, to see whether the Colorado singletrack is the best in the world. The question remains unanswered as we have zillions of miles of singletrack to try yet. However, one thing is clear, Colorado singletrack is fantastic. Colorado has some of the best trails in the world.

See all 8 reports by Per Löwdin

Mountainbike the Alps
by Ralf Bueschges, tour started 2005, submitted 1 January 2006

Photos and reports of transalp mountain bike tours from Bavaria to Italy. Alpine traverses between Oberstdorf and Lake Como and Tegernsee and Lake Garda.

Durmitor by mountain bike
by Hajrudin Nino Klipo, tour started November 2005

A photo collection of a tour of the Durmitor nature park, designated by Unesco.

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Durmitor Lake
tour started 2005

Trailsource has started a collection, among others, of European Mountain Bike Trail Descriptions. Mountain Biking TrailSource is your online adventure guide to the best mountain bike trails around the globe! You'll find over 4,000 singletracks in 100 countries.


Fahrrad Reisen / Bicycle Touring
by camino10, , submitted 13 June 2010
language: de, en

Travelogues, trip reports and travel photography: Crossing the Rocky Mountains in Canada and the Sierra Madre Mountain Range in Mexico, along the Mediterranean coast of Italy, France and Spain, bike tour to ancient Greece and Turkey, Island hopping in Mallorca, Corsica and Crete, Trans Alps Bike Tour

Reiseberichte und Tourenberichte von Fahrrad Reisen durch die Rocky Mountains in Kanada und die Sierra Madre in Mexiko, entlang der Mittelmeer Küste von Italien, Frankreich und Spanien, Veloreise bis Griechenland und die Türkei, klassischer Donau-Radweg und Elbe-Radweg, Radtouren auf den Inseln Mallorca, Korsika und Kreta, Trans Alps Bike Tour.

See all 10 reports by camino10

Danube River Bike Tour
velotourism and trips
by Grishanov Igor, , submitted 6 November 2007
language: ru

The best Russian site about trips on bike.

Lerdal - Aurland (Norway)
Information on cycling in the French Alps
by Russell Standring, submitted 8 January 2006

Excellent information and photos on this prime cycling region. Featuring photographs of the 2002 Tour the France.

Surrounded by three mountain ranges, Grenoble is in a unique position and offers a cyclist a huge variety of rides. The rolling mountains of the Chartreuse to the north, the high plateau of the Vercors to the south-west before the huge imposing climbs of the Alps to the east.

Cycling info pages

The World of David Duffield, UK Cycling Commentator
, submitted 2 January 2016

We have brought back the classic web pages dedicated to the genius of the eccentric British cycle commentator David Duffield.

From accounts of Duffield racing his tricycle from John o'Groats to Land's End to stories from his days following the Tour de France and providing daily coverage, you'll find it all here.

Information about E-Bikes in Spain submitted 23 January 2014
language: es

The only web that is 100% dedicated to e-bikes in Spain. All the information someone needs for e-bikes in Spain.

bicycle exhibition at Vienna's Museum of applied Arts
by Iris Mueck, , submitted 1 July 2013

We have been riding down to the city - by bicycle of coarse - and received a 5% discount on the entry fee :-) The museum itself has long tradition in Vienna. That's what has been found at the Internet:

The museum of applied arts Vienna has been founded in the year 1863. The building itself has been erected in the years from 1868 until 1871 by Heinrich Ferstel in cooperation with the art historian Rudolf von Eitelberger. At this time the museum bears the name of „k&k Museum für Kunst und Industrie“. As it has been the first museum of Vienna's Ringstrasse, the museum has been known as a prototypical of many art museum in Europe. In the years 1875 until 1877 a further wing has been added, which has been as well under the direction of Heinrich Ferstels. At 1907 widened the architect Ludwig Baumann the present complex to a further wing in the style of the Italian Renaissance at the side of the road 'Weisskirchnerstrasse'.

The exhibition has been combined with exhibits from the Italian artist Enzo Mark. The exhibition itself has been a sort of summery of various bicycle collections. Some interesting for me, some not. You may look at the following pictures and judge by yourself. Enjoy the pictures. Good luck to our followers!

See all 112 reports by Iris Mueck

Tour du Monde
11th MTB Hillclimb to Mt Zavizan from 0 to 1594 m
by Rajko Malojcic , , submitted 21 May 2013
language: hr

This traditional most popular Croatian amateur MTB race starts this year 2013 on Saturday June 22nd from the port in Senj and from the village Oltari 975 m higher. Finish line is at the mountain refuge Zavizan at 1594 m.
This is a unique opportunity to explore the beauties of the North Velebit National Park in a safe and comfortable way.

Introduction of KTL
by Eric Feng, , submitted 6 July 2012
language: en, cn

KTL Project:On April 22, 2012 (Earth Day), I will depart from Kunming the hometown of Zheng He on a journey which will take him to Prince Henry's hometown of Lisbon, the theme being promoting environmental protection, developing sustainable resources, as well as human and nature. I will cross China, Kazakhstan, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, France, Spain and Portugal, totally 11 countries and 19000 kilometers of travel route, the approximate travel duration is about 220 days. Eric's itinerary is as follows:

P.R. China Stay 89 days - Cycling 7243 km
Kazakhstan Stay 24 days - Cycling 2241 km
Russia Stay 29 days - Cycling 2817 km
Estonia Stay 3 days - Cycling 414 km
Latvia Stay 5 days - Cycling 210 km
Lithuania Stay 4 days - Cycling 269 km
Poland Stay 10 days - Cycling 737 km
Germany Stay 18 days - Cycling 1425 km
France Stay 16 days - Cycling 1353 km
Spain Stay 17 days - Cycling 1630 km
Portugal Stay 7 days - Cycling 439 km

[Access the postings with the Archive dropdown on the page. Some postings are in English, others in Chinese. -ed]

Critical mass day Vienna 2012
by Iris Mueck, , submitted 25 June 2012

A fun tour throughout Vienna. Hello friends, we had fun by participating this event. Even, we didn't follow the dress code 'naked'...

The tour started near Vienna's 'Russian memorial monument' at Schwarzenbergplatz. Took us all the way to the 'belt street' (Gürtel). We hit the old railroad station 'Westbahnhof' and have been riding back to the town center. A fun tour, in order to promote bicycling... Even Vienna's police has been smooth like velvet. I felt like in San Francisco... Enjoy the pictures. Good luck to all our followers!

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during the tour
Vienna's folding bicycle competition 2012
by Iris Mueck, , submitted 17 June 2012

A fun Tour inside the city of Vienna.

This event has been sponsored by British folding bicycle manufacturer. As Heide has one from this brand, she couldn`t be stopped to participate. Very hot weather conditions made it a very sweaty tour over paved and unpaved roads. Three rounds round the 'Lusthaus' at Vienna's Prater. In total just nine Kilometers... Heide has been recognized as the first women at the arrival. Enjoy the pictures. Good luck to all our followers!

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Heide rides her 'horse'

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