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This route initially contains a few technical passages where many MTBs will have to push the limits to cover them by bike. It is not necessary to cross the figurative borders, since a little further in the route the border with Germany is literally crossed.The first part of the route is by far the most difficult with some short tough climbs around the Windraak and Munstergeleen that follow each other quickly.After the tough initial phase, the motto is to recover on the asphalted roads, before following some technical passages in the bushes around Oirsbeek.After a nice trail through the fields, a short steep climb leads to the first grove, in which there is a very tough round. First a technical descent follows, after which it immediately goes up very steeply and a few tree trunks make the task of reaching above the bikes even more difficult.The second grove also starts with a short steep climb, this time with some tree roots and difficult curves. When you come upstairs, a very narrow piece of singletrack waits above a typical Limburg hollow road as a reward.After the tough start and the technical passages it is time to give the legs some rest. There are some paved sections that are interspersed with a single trail here and there and a single ascent, after which the border with Germany is crossed.The part in Germany is mainly characterized by the beautiful nature. You will pass through beautiful forests and clear blue lakes. This part is not technical, although it still contains the necessary climbs and single trails.Once back in the Netherlands, a short distance follows along the water, after which a final short and steep climb leads to the historic city wall of Sittard and the finish is in sight.Traducido por•Ver original
23 de abril de 2020
The last route in this Collection is a kind of 8-shape, where 2 loops come close together. Where the first loop is characterized by the climb of the Coll de sa Creu, the second loop contains more shorter climbs.From Santa Ponsa the route starts north, where the road between the orchards quickly starts to rise slightly to Calvia. Just before driving from Calvia you turn back south, after which you reach the coastal road to Palma via a fast and smooth descent. This undulating coastal road takes you towards the climb of the Coll de sa Creu, although when you leave the coastal road you get a kind of Caubergje
for the wheels to test the legs.The Coll de Sa Creu is a nice climb; perfect asphalt, a narrow road that never gets really steep and many curves. The climb starts fairly irregular with a few flat sections in it, but becomes more and more uniform towards the end. However, there is also a flatter stretch in the penultimate kilometer where, depending on the lactic acid in your legs, you can add extra gear or take a moment of recovery before you start the last kilometer. Once you reach the top, a beautiful descent with many turns starts and takes you back to Calvia, where the first loop is completed.The second loop takes you via a bike path to Es Capdella, where the short but beautiful climb of the Coll de n'Esteve awaits. At the top it is true that all named climbs are devoured again, although the remaining kilometers cannot be underestimated.After a short descent you reach Andratx, after which the road soon starts to rise again. A few kilometers follow on gentle roads through the beautiful inland, before reaching the coast again. The last 15 kilometers you follow the coastal road, where a few calf biters are hidden before you safely return to Santa Ponsa.Traducido por•Ver original
28 de abril de 2020