Información sobre 🚲 Heiner 🚲
Ich bin ein Radl-Opa mit MTB Ambitionen, aber natürlich fahre ich auch Tourenräder, E-MTB und weite Strecken. Vielleicht sieht man sich ja mal unterwegs, über nette Gespräche freue ich mich.Große Touren werden von mir immer wieder mal gefahren, wie etwa der Mainradweg, Kocher-Jagst Radweg, die Allgäurundfahrt, die Via Julia oder auch der Altmühltal Radweg samt Teilstücke des Donauradwegs und Abstechern in die jeweilige Umgebung.
Mit Komoot kann ich prima meine Touren planen, mit Gleichgesinnten teilen und so habe ich die auch später immer wieder als Erinnerung mit den Bildern.
Durch Premium ist man in der Lage, schöne Collections zusammen zu stellen. Das kostet halt ein bisschen, aber jedes Hobby kostet Geld.
Das mit den vielen gefahrenen Touren wird damit schön übersichtlich und man sieht sofort, welche zusammen gehören.
Sehr brauchbar sind auch die Sportspezifischen Karten, Rad- MTB- und auch Wanderstrecken zeigen auf einen Blick, wo es lang geht.
Den Rest von Premium muss ich nicht unbedingt haben, eventuell noch den Mehrtagesplaner, der einigermaßen brauchbar zu sein scheint. Alles Andere ist dann nice to have, wie etwa die zusätzliche Versicherung.
Insgesamt gesehen ist Komoot für mich die beste Navigation fürs Fahrrad und ich habe praktisch alle Apps ausprobiert. Jede von denen hat ihre Macken und Kanten und einige sind für mich einfach unbrauchbar.Die Entwickler sollten aber mal den Servern mehr Power spendieren, die reagieren teilweise sehr zäh und bis der Browser mal aktualisiert wird, kann es etwas dauern.
- 🚲 Heiner 🚲
Today I did a few more kilometers via Karlsruhe and down the Vorderpfalz.
However, there was a pretty strong headwind along the Rhine and from Speyer to the car. But it was still bearable and reasonably warm (about 17 degrees Celsius). Unfortunately the sun wasn't really shining, then it would have been really nice.
The kicking against the wind also kept me warm, so everything was fine.
8 de octubre de 2021
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Today I was again with the car in Herrieden in Franconia to take a nice tour there. The weather held up and it only rained on the motorway back towards Öhringen.
However, there was a pretty good headwind from Herrieden to Weißenburg, but it was just bearable and it was also quite warm overall.
Altitude difference on the bike computer: 711
measured by Komoot 550. Well, there are worse things.
3 de octubre de 2021
- 🚲 Heiner 🚲
Today I drove again by car to Ansbach in Franconia in wonderful weather.
From there via Wolframs-Eschenbach and Merkendorf to Altmühlsee, the Altmühl cycle path to Ornbau, Herrieden and Leutershausen, to Rammersdorf Castle from there with a short but tough trail and then again on great paths back to Ansbach.
This is a really nice city with many historical buildings, a great old town and a super nice castle park.
That was a very nice and cozy round without any special incidents (no wonder, I didn't take the train ...) and without flat tires
25 de septiembre de 2021
- 04:34107 km23,3 km/h580 m580 m
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Turned a quick lap again, take advantage of the good weather. But it was also powerful windy and gusty up the Jagsttal.
Incidentally, that was 820 meters in altitude and not just 580.
The last update didn't bring anything in this regard either.
23 de septiembre de 2021
- 🚲 Heiner 🚲
Since I unfortunately cannot do a multi-day tour this year, I have split the actually planned tour over a few days to and from Öhringen into 2 day tours, once the Wörnitz tour and once the Brenz tour.Both can easily be done in one day with a little car and with this one train journey from Donauwörth back to Dombühl, so I thought (how wrong one can be).
The arrival and departure of the tour was made by car to Dombühl, because Schillingsfürst, where the tour actually starts, is not connected to the rail network.At first it was quite fresh and foggy in the morning, but that got noticeably better, the sun was shining, the wind was also peaceful and I was soon able to take off my long clothes.
From Dombühl - a nice little market town - there is a short distance over a mountain to Schillingsfürst to the source of the Wörnitz and then the complete Wörnitz cycle path, along the endlessly meandering river, to the confluence with the Danube at Donauwörth.
From there I wanted to take the train back to Dombühl, the same route back by bike would simply take too long and I didn't want to spend the night.
However, once again I did the bill without the landlord.
I got a thorn somewhere near Dinkelsbühl and got a creeping flat tire as a result. I couldn't get the mandrel out due to the lack of suitable tools, so it stayed in there.
Pumping up with the small emergency pump, whatever goes in and on and on, that then lasted for about 10 KM.
I wanted to mend the tire, but the coat didn't want to go down without the appropriate tools, so drive on.
In a village (forgotten name) on the route, approx. 35 KM before Donauwörth, a helper was finally able to inflate the tire with the compressor to 3.2 bar, which strangely enough lasted to Donauwörth and further ..... the Tire is currently still full at home and the thorn is still inside.Furthermore, the train journey and the next train were canceled an hour later due to technical problems in the signal box or elsewhere, needless to say that all connecting trains were then gone. So I took the last train, which could still leave Donauwörth in about my planned direction, the piece to Nördlingen (then nothing went there anymore and all trains stopped).
From then on, cycling across all available Frankenbuckel (apparently Google loves the mountains ...) on the route.
I let Google choose the route and that led me via Dinkelsbühl, Feuchtwangen, into the onset of darkness and a few detours with nasty MTB paths, scruffy gravel roads, on and next to the federal road 25 and through various villages then finally to Dombühl.
But the route was really quite short, about 58 KM from Nördlingen. Probably the shortest there was.After all: Dombühl was also found and at 21:17 I was at the car.
The battery was still 22% remaining, so I didn't have to save so much on the return trip. I didn't save on the actual tour anyway, it had easily reached to Donauwörth, I wanted to be there as soon as possible because of the flat tire at the train station and didn't pay much attention to the remaining range.
In total it was a driven distance of 169.13 KM and 1132 meters of altitude, not exactly a minor thing.
Despite the grief at the end, it was a very nice, but also a demanding tour.Can I recommend all of this? Definitely the Wörnitztour, simply wonderful!
The night drive from Nördlingen to Dombühl definitely not, you don't necessarily have to do that to yourself and it was only made out of necessity.
Conclusion: you can forget the train when it matters.PS: Komoot again doesn't want to show some highlights from the upper and middle part in the tour, but the same was uploaded 4 (in words FOUR) times. I can now decide again which one to delete.
Furthermore, quite a few meters in altitude are missing again in the Komoot calculation.
In addition, Komoot suddenly crashed 3 or 4 times during the tour, I even had to restart the iPhone ... we had all of that years ago.
But you won't get bored like this.
18 de septiembre de 2021
- 🚲 Heiner 🚲
Since I unfortunately cannot do a multi-day tour this year, I have split the originally planned tour to and from Öhringen into 2 day tours, one here and one the Wörnitz tour.
Both can be done well in one day with a little car and, in the case of the Wörnitz tour, also train travel. I'll do the same tomorrow, because the weather should be a little better.By car we went to Königsbronn and at the end of the lap back to Öhringen.From Königsbronn there was a nice ride on the Brenz cycle path to the Danube to Gundelfingen, then to the confluence with the Danube to Lauingen and with an alternative route over some bumps and mountains to Nattheim and Heidenheim back to Königsbronn.The weather cooperated and it didn't rain, although there were a number of dark clouds in the sky. Only the temperatures and the very strong freshening wind on the way back were not so great and clouded the experience a little.
Nonetheless, it was a nice tour, definitely recommendable for imitating. It is also noticeable that the Brenz has absolutely clean and clear water up to the mouth. This cannot be taken for granted for rivers, which usually carry a lot of sediment or other dirt with them.
17 de septiembre de 2021
- 01:5444,8 km23,6 km/h230 m230 m