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Tours (continued)

Via Salaria in bicicletta
by alex, tour started November 2008, submitted 13 October 2011
language: it

Questo percorso in bici lungo la via Salaria, da Roma a Posta, risale ormai al 2009 ed è rimasto nel cassetto per due lunghi anni, forse non ritenuto all'altezza degli altri. Invece adesso eccolo pubblicato e aggiunto alla sezione delle escursioni in bici. La pedalata sarebbe dovuta terminare ad Ascoli, interrotta però da una pioggia improvvisa, è terminata al paesino di Posta.

1° tappa: Roma - Poggio San Lorenzo: 60 km
Con un pizzico di preoccupazione e fretta percorro il primo tratto della via Salaria in uscita da Roma per liberarmi presto del traffico. Già dopo Settebagni si gode di un po' più di tranquillià.

In continua salita, attraverso diversi comuni della Sabina fino all'arrivo col buio (sono appena le 6 del pomeriggio) a Poggio San Lorenzo, dove sono ospite a casa di un amico. Il paesino si trova sulla cima di una ripida salita che raggiungo spingendo la bici a braccia.

2° tappa: Poggio San Lorenzo- Posta: 50 km
Il primo tratto fino a Rieti rimane pressochè pianeggiante mentre comincia ad essere più impegnativo all'altezza di Antrodoco. Breve sosta alla terme di Cotilia e al laghetto di Canetra. Il cielo minaccioso già dalla mattina comincia a mandare una brutta pioggia che mi costringe a sospendere la pedalata nel paesino di Posta.

See all 4 reports by alex

Costiera amalfitana, Cilento e Pollino in bicicletta
by alex, tour started August 2011, submitted 13 October 2011
language: it

Grande viaggio. A spasso in bici per l'Italia (Campania, Basilicata, Calabria) troppo spesso snobbata e ora davvero riscoperta. Quasi 500 chilometri tra costiere mozzafiato, parchi naturali, montagne e paesini dimenticati e indimenticabili.

Il tutto in sella alla bici pieghevole, stupefacente per la sua tenuta e agilità in salita. Inoltre nessuna foratura, ma è difficile attribuirne il merito a dei normalissimi copertoni da città; evidentemente anche la fortuna aiuta.

Uniche pecche: in pianura, in cui superare i 20 km/h diventa un'utopia, oltre quelli si pedala praticamente a vuoto, e il sellino di serie scomodissimo, assolutamente da cambiare per il prossimo viaggio.

1° tappa: Napoli - Positano, 75 km
Da Napoli si scende lungo la litoranea fino a Torre Annunziata, saltellando sul sellino per effetto della strada dissestata e ammirando il Vesuvio sulla sinistra. Breve pausa a Castellammare, colorata per l'occasione (non si sa bene quale) di gialla e di blu! [...]

2° tappa: Positano - Agnone, 120 km
Ottima colazione suggerita dal turista Frank al Bar del Sole di Praiano, il sole sorride anche sulla schiuma del Cappuccino! Dunque Amalfi, bella quanto affollata e insostenibile (economicamente parlando), come un po' tutta la Costiera. Da vedere anche Vietri sul Mare, famosa per le sue ceramiche. [...]

3° tappa: Agnone - Lauria, 130 km
La tappa più tosta, salite con strappi al 12%, le peggiori fino ad Ascea e Pisciotta. Per un tratto bisogna spingere a braccia perché la strada è anche dissestata (''è così da quarant'anniâ'', dice un abitante). [...]

4° tappa: Lauria - Cosenza, 150 km
Sveglia anticipata di un'ora per affrontare il Parco del Pollino prima delle ore calde. E in effetti sulla discesa da Mormanno (900 m) a circa 40 km/h si sente un bel freschetto. [...]

See all 4 reports by alex

Dai Colli Euganei alla Riviera del Brenta
by Fernando Da Re, tour started October 2011, submitted 11 October 2011
language: it

Questa è la descrizione che unisce i due itinerari: il comprensorio Colli Euganei con la Riviera del Brenta entrambi tra i più suggestivi e visitati del Veneto.

See all 47 reports by Fernando Da Re

A bicycle-tour through Holland
by José Rössner, tour started August 2011, submitted 10 October 2011
language: en, de, nl

This year we do a tour through the Netherlands. We use a new system that has great popularity in the Netherlands called; the Knooppuntensystem. (Connection system for cyclists)
Target: Cycling as much as possible through the countryside, on asphalt and dirt roads, far away from motorized traffic.

See all 29 reports by José Rössner

At turn-offs are guide numbers
An autumn tour through West-Switzerland
by José Rössner, tour started September 2011, submitted 10 October 2011
language: en, de, nl

The weather forecasts are good for the next few days, although the sky is now still overcasted. My tour to the western part of Switzerland begins in Bremgarten AG. The farther I cycle to the west, the more the sun shines through the clouds.....

See all 29 reports by José Rössner

Vallée de la Brévine
Passau - Vienna, a very classic bicycle tour
by Iris Mueck, tour started September 2011, submitted 7 October 2011

The very good weather in this years fall made us ride down the Danube valley.

Starting at the border city of Passau, whereas the river Danube enters Austrian territory, down to the Austrian capital city Vienna. A very popular bike path.

Very good direction signs, very good and easy to find accommodations and food supply. Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 105 reports by Iris Mueck

Danube valley bike path R1
Solo, Atlantic to Mediterranean: Pyrenees & Corbieres Tour
by Suze, tour started September 2011, submitted 3 October 2011

In September 2011, I spent a leisurely, though sometimes challenging, three weeks riding solo across France, from Bayonne/Biarritz, on the Atlantic, to Narbonne/Gruissan-Plage, on the Mediterranean.

In between, there were three fabulous Tour de France climbs in the high Pyrenees; gorgeous valleys in their foothills; prehistoric and Roman ruins; medieval walled cities; romanesque cathedrals and abbeys.

I certainly won't forget the many wonderful, friendly, helpful, delightful people I met ... and the superb food I enjoyed along the way. The Pyrenees are for me a cycling paradise.

See all 6 reports by Suze

Vallee d'Ossau
A Shortened Break
by Nick Altmann, tour started September 2011, submitted 29 September 2011

This is a report of a trip that was intended to be a solo ride from London to Athens over seven weeks. Unfortunately I was involved in a road accident in Germany after only eleven days that curtailed the trip.

Before this point I enjoyed fine scenery in such areas as Kent, the Ardennes, Luxembourg and the Black Forest, and passed through many attractive towns including Trier and Vianden.

Bicycling tour Lumbini Pokhara Chitwan National Park (plus water-rafting)
by amit mukerjee (bumpy trail bicyclists of iit kanpur), tour started September 2011, submitted 26 September 2011

on this five day tour, we visited the lumbini complex near the indo-nepal border at bhairahawa, the lovely hill town of tansen, pokhara and its hidden seti river gorge, water rafting from fisling and then cycled from the end of the water rafting to the river city of narayanghat. on the last day, we toured chitwan national park (outer area only) in the morning, and then drove back to kanpur.

the hills above butwal, en route to tansen
Österreich-Tour
by Hubert Becker, tour started August 2006, submitted 22 September 2011
language: de

Eine Tour durch die österreichischen Alpen (Bundeslä¤nder: Salzburg, Steiermark, Kä¤rnten) in 8 Tagesetappen über 631 km und 11755 öhenmetern. Ein bßchen sind wir auch durch Italien gefahren. Tagesetappen zwischen 45 und 111 Kilometern.

See all 29 reports by Hubert Becker

Dolomiten bei Cortina d'Ampezzo
Tour of the Alps 2011
by Piaw Na, Phil Sung, tour started June 2011, submitted 21 September 2011

Phil Sung and I travel the Swiss, French, Italian, and Austrian Alps, with a side trip to Germany. We were car supported for 2 weeks, and then self-supported for 2 weeks, with about a week's worth of hiking.

Colle de la Lombarde
Pässetour in den Zentralalpen
by Hubert Becker, tour started June 2006, submitted 15 September 2011
language: de

Eine Pässerunde durch die italienisch-schweizerischen Alpen in 4 Tagesetappen über 295 km. Tagesetappen zwischen 39 und 85 Kilometern.

See all 29 reports by Hubert Becker

Auf dem Stilfser Joch
un mare per amico
by Fernando Da Re, tour started June 2011, submitted 9 September 2011
language: it

''Una bolla di sapone iridescente è la musica'' (V. Jankelevictch).

Si diffonde nell'aria e attrae non per quello che è, ma per quello che lascia sognare.

La melodia che si ode proviene da un violino. A suonarlo una figura femminile, elegante, sulla Jomas iela. Pochi i turisti nell'ora della lunga sera estiva. Le nostre quattro biciclette bagnano le ruote a Jurmala sul mare Baltico. Come 12 mesi prima....

segue su http://www.ciaobici.it/index.php?com=viaggi&ID=51

See all 47 reports by Fernando Da Re

Over Hondered Cols to PBP
by Igor Kovse, tour started July 2011, submitted 6 September 2011

Climbing is essential to the good cycling tours. You've got the motivation to climb the pass, you celebrate the victory at the top, you have the sense of achievement and you are rewarded with the thrill of descent. All of this while riding through beautiful and diverse scenery. In this tour I was reviving these feelings tens of times per day. Frequently I was overwhelmed by the intensity of the moment, a kind of hyper-consciousness, as if I was on adrenalin drug. This was not an isolated event, an exceptionally good moment when you say ''Wow, that WAS the day!'' - on this tour all of the days were like that. I never enjoyed cycling so much for so long.

See all 16 reports by Igor Kovse

Cycling down the Pas de Peyrol (Massif Central, France)
bike vacation at Lana (South Tirol) and biking days Stelvio 2011
by Iris Mueck, tour started September 2011, submitted 6 September 2011

As every year, we participated the Stelvio bike days. A wonderful event! Of course, we have added some more days at the city of Lana. 'Rinding Stelvio in a day, keeps the doctor away' Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all our followers!

See all 105 reports by Iris Mueck

Arriving at Passo Stelvio
Route des Grandes Alpes & Verdon
by Giovanni Pirotta, tour started August 2011, submitted 5 September 2011
language: it

An incredible journey, from Aosta in Italy we climb: Petit Saint Bernard, Iseran, Telegraphe and Galibier, Izoard, Col de Vars, Col de la Bonette, Couillole and Valberg, Toutes Aures and then into the Gorges du Verdon to reach the Mediterranean Sea in the last stage!!!

10 stages, 716 km, 16200 meter of elevation, the amazing landscapes of the Alps, a perfect wheater all the days and great fellow travelers are the ingredients for an unbelievable bike trip!!!

See all 3 reports by Giovanni Pirotta

Col de la Bonette - 2802 m
Loop through D, DK, S & PL (including Elberadweg and part of Oderradweg)
by Ant, tour started August 2011, submitted 4 September 2011

1,600 Km (1,000 mi) loop with start/finish near Torgau, Germany.

Route: Mulde, Elbe, Baltic Coast, Oder and the Havel-Oder Canal.

Rainy, windy and lots of punctures. Full GPS tracklog available.

See all 3 reports by Ant

Biking with Ben and Beth: Tulips, Windmills and Van Gogh
by Ben Elderd, tour started May 2010, submitted 3 September 2011

It's funny how decisions are made. It was a gray, cold February afternoon. We had just picked up the mail and among the plethora of catalogs, one caught our eye. It was a gardening catalog and on the cover were brightly colored tulips in full bloom. Looking at the colors, in contrast to the dreary day, we thought, ''Why don't we go see the real thing?''

So we Googled cycling options in the Netherlands and the photos of the tulips and windmills were prettier than anything in the catalog. More research indicated that the best time to take advantage of the tulips would be mid-March to mid-May, the only time the Keukenhoff Gardens are open. Also, the second Saturday in May is National Windmill day when all of the Netherland's windmills are open to the public.

Tulips, windmills, 7,000 kilometers of cycling routes, Vermeer and Van Gogh, plus cheese, beer and chocolates - we were off to the Netherlands.

Keukenhoff Gardens (47,000 acres containing 8 million tulips)
Tour in den Südalpen
by Hubert Becker, tour started July 2005, submitted 31 August 2011
language: de

Eine sehr anspruchsvolle Radtour in 7 Tagesetappen über 450 km durch die Südalpen (Frankreich und Italien), Tagesetappen zwischen 34 und 92 Kilometern.

See all 29 reports by Hubert Becker

At the Colle dei Morti
Via della Plata
by Alberto Pepe alias pinzanet, tour started June 2011, submitted 19 August 2011
language: it

La ''Via della Plata'': da Siviglia a Santiago di Compostela, 1.074 km in 13 giorni effettivi di pedalata percorsi per lo più lungo strade e sentieri sterrati‚ Andalusia, Extremadura, Salamanca, le Mesetas, la valle della Sanabria, la Galizia... un cammino duro, lungo e solitario. Però dannatamente affascinante... (Norman)

See all 3 reports by Alberto Pepe alias pinzanet

Mountain Bike Kroatien
by Jack, tour started 2011, submitted 9 August 2011
language: de

Vor der kroatischen Küste in Dalmatien gibt es hunderte von Inseln mit wunderschönen Trails, perfekt für eine Tour mit dem Bike und Schiff.

Insel Solta in Dalmatien
Schneeberg Wechsel revival
by Iris Mueck, tour started August 2011, submitted 8 August 2011

A tour, which has started with Californian blue sky... Ended in heavy rain. Nevertheless it has been a demanding tour, as the Pfaffensattel is steep (18%). Enjoy the pictures. Good luck to all our followers!

See all 105 reports by Iris Mueck

Bike tour report Bassano-Munich August 2011
by Fabio Ferronato, tour started August 2011, submitted 8 August 2011

cycling the 5th time Bassano - Munich, but every time it is more and more exciting :-) This time I did my best to discover / track with the gps the bike ways

See all 9 reports by Fabio Ferronato

Cycling between Ghent and Bruges and back along bicycle friendly towpaths - Flanders, Belgium
by Peter Evrard, tour started August 2010, submitted 5 August 2011

This is a DIY tour along the river and canal towpaths between Ghent and Bruges. Distances are short, the bicycle lanes are flat, so it's ideal for the less confident cyclists. Both cities offer a wide range of facilities for touring cyclists: bicycle lanes, bicycle rental, ...

Ghent, Portus Ganda
Riding the West
by Iris Mueck, tour started May 1991, submitted 4 August 2011

This has been one of my prime Int'l bicycle tours. Very well organized from a former RAAM (race across America) winner. I still enjoy looking at the pictures... Seeing my son Ralph, in his age of 13teen, his father Richard in his age of 46. I have been just an accompaniment photographer! Hope you enjoy the pictures too. Good luck to all the followers.

See all 105 reports by Iris Mueck

Yosemite water fall
Switzerland 2011 (German and French Switzerland)
by Davide Tambuchi, tour started July 2011, submitted 2 August 2011
language: it

A bicycle trip along some Switzerland lakes, from Luzern to Lausanne.

See all 15 reports by Davide Tambuchi

My Rominger Classic Tours
by Iris Mueck, tour started May 1998, submitted 28 July 2011

Time to report my Rominger Classic tours. Very well organized. An enjoyable ride! I would do it again, if I would be younger... Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 105 reports by Iris Mueck

2nd place award
Zurich-Vienna via the Dolomites
by José Rössner, tour started June 2011, submitted 26 July 2011
language: en, de, nl

With my one-year old Cannondale bicycle and electric components of BioX, I wanted to cycle a greater range to try my own and my e-bicycle's limits. I've never been to the Dolomites, that's why I cycled through the Alps, Dolomites and the Julian Alps in Slovenia. The weather was great to ride but not good enough to shoot pictures of blue skies.

See all 29 reports by José Rössner

Pso di Gardena
¿ques/ónde está la Flecha?
by Alberto Pepe alias pinzanet, tour started June 2011, submitted 25 July 2011
language: it

Sigue la flecha amarilla! è sulle pietre, sui muri, sui cartelli stradali, sui tronchi degli alberi, per terra... è ovunque si possa disegnare e ti guida verso la meta..

Un report fotografico un po diverso dai solito

See all 3 reports by Alberto Pepe alias pinzanet

'La Via della Plata': Siviglia - Santiago di Compostela - Giugno 2011
Cicloturismo Balcani Turchia Siria
by cicloturismo - alessandro, tour started August 2010, submitted 22 July 2011
language: it

Est Europe bike tour. From Austria to Syria. 4000 km 44 days

See all 16 reports by cicloturismo - alessandro

Cicloturismo Toscana
by cicloturismo - alessandro, tour started July 2011, submitted 22 July 2011
language: it

Middle Italy bike tour. 300 km from Rome to Florence. 3 days

See all 16 reports by cicloturismo - alessandro

Cicloturismo Germania
by cicloturismo - alessandro, tour started July 2010, submitted 22 July 2011
language: it

European bike tour from Bergamo to Berlin. 1100 km 12 days

See all 16 reports by cicloturismo - alessandro

Cicloturismo Tunisia
by cicloturismo - alessandro, tour started December 2010, submitted 22 July 2011
language: it

Tunisia bike tour in winter. 300 km from Tozeur to Gabes

See all 16 reports by cicloturismo - alessandro

Cicloturismo Grecia
by cicloturismo - alessandro, tour started December 2010, submitted 22 July 2011
language: it

Greece bike tour in winter. 300 km from Igoumenitsa to Patrasso

See all 16 reports by cicloturismo - alessandro

Cicloturismo Sardegna
by cicloturismo - alessandro, tour started April 2008, submitted 22 July 2011
language: it

Sardegna bike tour. 400 km from Olbia to Cagliari

See all 16 reports by cicloturismo - alessandro

Cicloturismo Croazia
by cicloturismo - alessandro, tour started December 2009, submitted 22 July 2011
language: it

Croatia bike tour in winter. 550 km 6 days from Trieste to Makarska

See all 16 reports by cicloturismo - alessandro

Cicloturismo Corsica
by cicloturismo - alessandro, tour started April 2009, submitted 22 July 2011
language: it

Corsica bike tour. 300 km 4 days

See all 16 reports by cicloturismo - alessandro

Sella Ronda bike days July 2011
by Iris Mueck, tour started July 2011, submitted 22 July 2011

A bicycle tour round the Sella Massive is a bicyclists dream. Dream with me and enjoy the report and the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 105 reports by Iris Mueck

climb the Campologo
Wachauer Radtage 2011
by Iris Mueck, tour started July 2011, submitted 18 July 2011

Wonderful weather conditions made us participate a wonderful ride... I am proud about Anne, my daughter, we have supported! Enjoy the pictures! Good luck to all the followers!

See all 105 reports by Iris Mueck

A winner against herself
Danube Bike Path - A bike tour to all the family
by Augusto Lemos, tour started 2008, submitted 30 June 2011
language: pt

Danube river is 2.900 km length, it crosses eight countries and it flows into Black sea. The bike path that follows the river is Europe's most famous and most loved bike trip! Along the way there's a unique natural, cultural and historical richness. Furthermore, the bike path has a lot of infrastructures designed for cyclists and you can chose between north or south bank of the river.

Probably, there aren't many places in the world where travel by bike can be so pleasant and so easy! And where you can enjoy so much the landscape and places to visit.

This trip which I describe was done between Passau (in Germany) and Bratislava, via Vienna.

See all 3 reports by Augusto Lemos

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