Información sobre Richard Wolz
Today it won again, the sun. It's 10 degrees more than yesterday and the tour can then be a little longer.We first climb the Geiersberg (almost), then we descend on trails to Mönchberg. We land at the tree house hotel, which is called Wipfelglück and immediately enchants me 😂. Now pedal up again, on the way the bike wafts over a new windbreak, pedal a little and we are back on the heights. As yesterday, we take the picture book trail with us, before it flies up and down in the direction of Fechenbach on the Eselsweg. We scratch at the CO 1, but then don't go downhill but extend with bonus meters and flow trails to Wildensee, where there is a flashback to my childhood 🤣 in the economy at this hour there is only SCHNITZEL 🤪. No Vesper card before 3 p.m.! Vegetarian alternative: French fries with ketchup 😋. It's just wonderful at home 🥰.Well strengthened, there are still 2 kilometers out of the valley before we make the last few meters in the direction of Fechenbach. Back at the CO 1, the Gräbele and "it" Laterndl should be again ... 😁 what fun! We save ourselves the borderline today, no desire for further altitude meters. And so we roll comfortably back to the village.What a dream day 🤩🥰🤩. Thanks to Richard for the great route selection and all the patience with the jacket - jacket off and photo in - photo out 🤭
31 de octubre de 2021
- Richard Wolz
The tour starts at the Collenberger Südspessarthalle. From there it goes uphill over the permanent Co1 route to the anvil stone. Continue on the Eselswegtrail and the IA-Trail to Heideplatte. After another ascent, the tour leads on Spessartweg 2 to Wildensee, from where it goes up to Geishöhe. From there there is the longest trail in the South Spessart with a length of over 3km.
Continue on the bike path to Heimbuchenthal, up to the chapel Mistress of the Mountains and on to the Hohe Wart Haus rest stop. From then on, the tour runs mostly downhill, mostly on nice trails. All in all, a tour that is very balanced and technically. can also be mastered by not quite as experienced bikers.
4 de octubre de 2021
- Richard Wolz
First a lot of gravel up to Karlshöhe. Unfortunately it is closed. I don't know if this is forever.
Then a very easy trail continues until it goes down the Schlossberg Trail. It has it all, but is badly marked at the time of forest work.
From Einsiedel it goes a long time on gravel back up to the Aurora, where a rest is really worthwhile. The downhill afterwards is a natural path for which driving technique is required. Once at the bottom, gravel follows back through the valley
12 de septiembre de 2021