Waarom doen wij mee aan de Cycle for Hope MTB marathon?
Onderweg een bijzondere vondst
Viel best tegen....weinig power
Quarantaine rondje 5
Quarantaine rit 3
Quarantaine rit 2
Toch nog opgenomen. Telefoon opslag vol!
Regen buiten , zon binnen
Koud en guur.
Kom ik die gast van Bar end met die Canon lefty 2x tegen
Je wordt moe van dat heen en weer geslenter.
Prima interval training
En een fly by met Hans
Prima, maar wat een troep: Van een auto onderdeel, een pizza doos, blikjes en mondkapjes tot hele bierflesjes toe. Weer een zak vol.
Een stuk makkelijker dan in het echt. Gemiddeld 10km per uur sneller
Ging best lekker, maar helaas is het resultaat niet opgeslagen of doorgekomen.
Ride up the 40km long spectacular peninsula at the northern end of the island of Corsica. The ride starts just outside the town of Bastia, on the easy eastern side, takes you to the northern tip of the island with views of the italian island of Elba (also available as a Tacx ride). You then have a single 400m high climb to take on which is not steep & comes in two parts. Next we descend down to the rugged mountainous western side of Cap Corse with amazing sea views from the high clifftop roads as you head back south to end as the road heads away from the coast.
Ride from Porto Pollenca out to Formentor lighthouse, a classic must do ride for every cyclists that visits the island of Mallorca.
The final stage of the Tour of Mallorca takes you on undulating mountain roads for the first half of the ride. The second half of the ride we descend down 500m back to Pollenca where the tour started with stage 1. There is an optional stage 6a that will take you out to the lighthouse at Cap Formentor.
Easy fairly flat spin along the scenic yet busy eastern shore of Lago di Garda heading north from Torri del Banaco to Torbole. This ride could also be the ideal warm-up for Punta Veleno if you are feeling brave, you will pass the turn for this incredibly tough challenge at 13.8km into the ride.
Na 65 km was de accu van de tablet leeg. Poef alle inspanning weg.
Ride from the very start of the front line during World War One on the Belgian coast at Nieuwpoort down to the Ypres (locally known as Ieper). This flat ride starts early in the morning with the rising sun behind the port. The route takes you along the cycleways next to the rivers Ijzer past the Belgian Trench of Death which is now a museum, past Diksmuide & down the Ieperlee canal to finish under the Menin Gate in Ieper (Ypres) which has the names of 56,000 soldiers that died locally that had no known grave. This ride follows a river & a canal almost due south, the Germans held the eastern bank (your left while riding) for the most part until close to Ieper where the allies had pushed the Garmans back further east into a sailent. Unfortunately for the allies this salient was all mainly the only high ground where they could pound the city into rubble. Some of the bloodiest battles of the war such as Passendale are just a few miles away from the end of this ride.
wel een beetje Maf...50 km rijden om een MTB ritje te maken van 6 km. Maar een ontzettend gaaf ritje. Met als bonus een aantal reeën
Slechte benen..,slechte omstandigheden: -Stormvloed waarschuwing (?????) - Staatsbosvernietiging en..... - deze week bloedgegeven
Ride the final 60km Southern Germany’s Romantic Road, through the picturesque forests and farm land of Bavaria..Towards the end of the ride near Füssen you will see the foothills of the Alps, & we will finish directly under King Ludwig II’s iconic Neuschwanstein Castle -
Climb one of the most loved climbs in the world the amazing Sa Calobra. The starts at the end of Stage 4 at the top of the climb of Puig Major with a few kilometers of descending & easy flat roads before the first of the two climbs in this stage. The Coll dels Reis 682m is the name given to the short climb to the top of the Sa Calobra where you will descend make a 180° turn at the bottom & come all the way back up this epic climb. The ride continues with the short easy Stage 6 which will take you back to Pollenca
Hendrik ging op de Miabank over de kop. Gelukkig viel het mee.
A very tough long stage with two of Mallorca's most well known climbs. This stage starts with a long drag up to the village of Bunyola that marks the start of the twisty Coll de Soller. A fast descent down to the village of Soller & then the long steady climb up Puig Major (Tunel de Monnaber) which is a major feature of nearly every mountain based ride in Mallorca. Training Tip - If your riding the full distance then try to keep the effort on the two big climbs down to steady Tempo 70-80% of your LT.
This 3rd stage takes you north west towards the mountains but keeping to easy roads with a couple of light foothills towards the end as we pass through the village of Alaro. Stage 4 will take you into the mountains properly. Filmed in 2014 from a car mounted cinema Camera.
Optional stage up to the climb of Randa thats passed in the latter stages of stage 2 of the Tour of Mallorca, filmed early in the morning the destination is visible directly with its radar station in the distance. Its not a hard climb but nearly every cyclist thats based anywhere near Palma will be drawn to it & stop at the cafe resturant run by the monks of Santuari de Cura. Some of the best views on the island are visible from here with the mountain range to the north (Stages 4 - 6) & Palma to the south west
Starting just outside Felanitx this fairly short incredibly scenic climb & takes you to the historic monastery of Sant Salvador. This is one of the climbs near every cyclist that visits the eastern side of the island will visit. Wonderful 360° views of the island all the way up & back down. If you ever visit in real life there is also a good cafe at the top.
2nd part of the 9 stage tour of the cycling island paradise of Mallorca. from Porto Cristo on the south eastern coast heading south along the undulating coastal main road to start with before heading inland past the turn for the San Salvador stage through Felantix round Porreres taking the back roads towards the the turn for the optional Santuari de Cura stage
1st part of the 9 stage tour of the cycling island paradise of Mallorca - Easy rolling hills for this long stage. Starting in Pollenca & heading south east to Porto Cristo on the coast via Arta.
The Dordogne region in Aquitaine (the south west) is one of the most beautiful and popular parts of France. Discover the chateaux's, medieval towns and villages via unspoiled countryside roads along the meandering banks of the river Dordogne . The ride takes you gently up stream west to east over flat to light undulating roads. Filmed in early June 2015 in sunny warm weather Difficulty - Easy
Een deel vd nachtroute is volledig ontdaan van bomen
Controle route-aanwijzingen. Meerde bordjes stonden verkeerd.
Beste vermoeiend, stukje fietsen bordje plaatsen, stukje fietsen bordje plaastsen.....
Weer een boom verwijderd maar deze keer met mijn oude trouwe pioneersschop doorgehakt