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Andreas aus Paderborn
 

Información sobre Andreas aus Paderborn

53 Jahre jung, bin gerne mit dem Rad unterwegs!
Nach vielen gesundheitlichen Tiefschlägen, habe ich im Juni 2013 den Weg zurück
aufs Rad geschafft, solange nutze ich auch schon komoot.
Schade nur das die Touren von 2013 nicht gespeichert wurden,
deshalb freue mich umso mehr die Natur so zu genießen, wie ich sie auf meinen Touren empfinde!
Ich bin in Paderborn zuhause, fahre natürlich auch viel und gerne in meiner Region, aber wie ihr ja seht, bin ich auch in der Republik unterwegs, so wie ich die Möglichkeit dazu habe.Radfahren ist für mich "Balsam für die Seele!"Deutschland hat viele schöne Ecken und Kanten, die nur ein Radfahrer findet, denn mit dem Auto oder Motorrad kommt man da nie hin.Nach weiteren gesundheitlichen Tiefschlägen bin ich dann im Juni 2017 auf anraten meiner Ärzte, auf ein E-Bike umgestiegen!Ich fahre nun ein GIANT EXPLORE E +1, Trekking-Rad. Modell 2017,
mittlerweile 4 1/4 Jahre alt und 21.600 km gelaufen, Akkukapazität liegt immer noch bei 94%, was man da mehr ;-)

So das war es erstmal mit meiner kurzen Vorstellung hier bei komoot.
Freue mich über Zuschriften aus aller Welt.
Vielleicht kann man ja mal eine Tour mit "komootlern" im Paderborner Land planen.
Bleibt gesund!

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12.365 km

Tiempo en movimiento

649:22 h

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  1. Andreas aus Paderborn dio un paseo en bici.

    1 de enero de 2022

    01:48
    34,6 km
    19,3 km/h
    70 m
    70 m
    A Heinz-Jörg, N. B. y 89 más les gusta.
    1. Selbolder Radler

      🥳 Happy New Years
      👍 and set the bar for the new year straight away 😉

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      • 1 de enero de 2022

  2. Andreas aus Paderborn dio un paseo en bici.

    26 de diciembre de 2021

    00:31
    8,06 km
    15,6 km/h
    30 m
    30 m
    A Heinz-Jörg, Frank M. y 69 más les gusta.
    1. Andreas aus Paderborn

      First of all, I wish everyone a Merry Christmas!Today finally found my way back to the bike and rode a tiny lap. I gave me thermal trousers from "engelbert strauss" for Christmas 🎄 and tried them out right away. So I'm excited, it keeps you warm and that's a good thing.
      At first I cruised around undecided and then left a personal Christmas greeting with my colleague, oh, it was really nice to talk about the old days again. Still have all the best for that
      Left there for the New Year and then drove home again, wanted to drive even longer, but my fingers got too cold. I have various gloves for these temperatures, but all of them fail when it comes to "windproof".
      Whether ski gloves or mopeds, they fail across the board.
      Nonetheless, it was nice, even if only briefly.
      With this in mind, I wish you all a Happy New Year! ;-)

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      • 26 de diciembre de 2021

  3. Andreas aus Paderborn dio un paseo en bici.

    7 de noviembre de 2021

    00:52
    14,0 km
    16,3 km/h
    50 m
    50 m
    A Ralf Kaidel, Maurus y 76 más les gusta.
    1. Andreas aus Paderborn

      Rainy, freshening wind in gusts is no fun, the main thing is exercise! ;-)

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      • 7 de noviembre de 2021

  4. Andreas aus Paderborn dio un paseo en bici.

    12 de octubre de 2021

    A Frank M., Selbolder Radler y 86 más les gusta.
    1. Andreas aus Paderborn

      Now the tour is over, which is a shame, but there are still days when you can pursue this hobby.
      In any case, I was lucky today that it was dry on my way from Kranichstein to Darmstadt Central Station. It had poured a lot this morning.
      On the last few kilometers, briefly pass the Hundertwasser House, the last work by the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser.Today everything went like clockwork at the main train station in Darmstadt, the ICE was on time, my parking space and my seat were reserved and free.
      The only drawback, unfortunately, you have to heave the bike up the steps, it is unfortunately not like in the regional express that the bike is pushed in.
      There is also a problem with securing the bike, as the luggage rack above the parking spaces is high but still very deep and my handlebar stem means that I have no way of hanging the front wheel into the bracket.
      So I had to secure my bike with my lock because an expander rubber bag is not enough. Conclusion: I have to come up with something for the future to secure the front wheel or the wheel in the ICE.As I said, I am now on the way to Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe, where I will take the RE11 to Paderborn. There are still about 4.5 km and then my tour including the ADFC TourGuide course will be there.

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      • 12 de octubre de 2021

  5. Andreas aus Paderborn dio un paseo en bici.

    11 de octubre de 2021

    A Kornelia Germer, Uwe 12 y 126 más les gusta.
    1. Andreas aus Paderborn

      After yesterday's day full of theory and without any sporting activities, I was happy this morning and went well strengthened on my tour towards Darmstadt.
      The weather was very cloudy and quite shady, at a temperature of what felt like
      - 10 ° C, I started with about + 5 ° C, but after a short time I stopped to put on my gloves because it was just too shady. Actually, I wanted to drive over the Hölderlin Radwrg, but then I followed the Nidda via Bad Vilbel past the Burgtheater.
      At the old airport in Frankfurt's green belt, I made a compulsory stop because a confused elderly woman was sitting with her legs, pants and shoes in the Nidda in the weather and did not respond to speaking, I then dialed the emergency number and waited for the RTW. As it turned out, the woman was probably already known and escaped from the nearby facility.
      The paramedics took them with them and I continued my tour to Mainhatten.
      It was always nice on the Nidda to Rödelheim where I was led astray by the skyline. Then I walked along the A66 past Bockenheim, through Westend Nord and -Süd, following the signs to the Alte Oper, where I could also remember directly from times gone by.
      From there it went through the station district past the main station to the Main, which I then followed to the Eiserner Steg.
      From there it went to the Römer and at walking pace through Frankfurt city center past the Zeil zur
      German Stock Exchange.
      Quickly picked up bull and bear, picked up the lottery win from my visit to Bad Nauheim at the end of September with my rehab friends from 2013, then I passed the Eschenheimer Turm, which was a city gate in the late Middle Ages.
      It went back through the pedestrian zone at walking pace, with increased caution on passers-by to the Main, which I then followed to the European Central Bank. The last time the new building was still under construction.
      Then it went to the Hafenbpark where I then took the bridge to cross the Main and then went on the circular path of the Frankfurt green belt and turned my back on Mainhatten.
      Neu Isenburg scratched through Dreieichenhain, with its city gate and a great old town in the half-timbered from the Middle Ages and the pole pyramid, I was drawn further south.It went for a long time through the forest, the lungs of the big cities, past and over a golf course until the train tracks appeared on the left side and I took old, very old Eusenbahn wagons from a distance. Shortly afterwards I realized why they were there. It is namely the Darmstadt Railway Museum in Kranichstein, where my tour ended shortly afterwards. Tomorrow I will do some sightseeing in Darmstadt, before shortly before half past two it will be said that the train has arrived, it's back home.

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      • 11 de octubre de 2021

  6. Andreas aus Paderborn dio un paseo en bici.

    9 de octubre de 2021

    A Denis, Armin y 81 más les gusta.
    1. Andreas aus Paderborn

      ADFC tour guide course day 2!
      After that yesterday afternoon with a welcome
      This morning, immersed in dry theory, we gathered at 1.30 p.m. in the outdoor lighting with our bikes to put what we had learned into practice after the theory!
      Three specialist trainers formed three groups of 6 participants each, in order to now also act as tour guides for the stage destination. This of course included the greeting of the participants, the road traffic regulations, regulations such as hand signals and their meaning, as well as a final driver who secures the tour from behind.
      After this part of the program was over, the tour started right away, of course through the Bad Homburg city center for practice purposes, it wasn't really thrilling. We received the instructions from our specialist trainer, who partly drove alongside or behind us. Of course, stumbling blocks such as a technical defect, a nagging passenger, health problems etc. were also built in, which the specialist trainer arbitrarily gave to a passenger with an event card.

      All participants had the task of simulating an event. After about 3 km the tour was over. This was followed by the closing speech, advertising for the ADFC and the joy of seeing you again on one of the next tours.
      This was followed by the feedback round and the selection of the next TourGuide. The driver ahead then rode in behind as the final driver and the procedure was repeated six times. So every participant was a TourGuide, perpetrator or victim and also a final driver.Conclusion: It was a lot of fun and was also very educational. Back at the DJH, we first strengthened ourselves with coffee and pastries and fruit before we went back to the theory.
      In between there was dinner and the program continued until the end at 8.30 p.m., we successfully completed G1 & G2 of the course. Module G3 will follow tomorrow morning. Module G4 includes the first aid course which I have already successfully completed in advance. The total length of the tour was a good 18 km, I can't say why komoot only shows 2.9 km, in any case we had 140m uphill and 120m downhill, nothing worth mentioning.
      We then decided to take a trip to the castle, where there was a light and music 🎶 event.
      Another nightcap in the Cafe Extrablatt and back to the accommodation. Tomorrow after breakfast it will continue. A couple of pictures of the light show are also attached.

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      • 9 de octubre de 2021

  7. Andreas aus Paderborn dio un paseo en bici.

    8 de octubre de 2021

    1. Andreas aus Paderborn

      This morning after breakfast, I started around 9.30 a.m. and drove the Bad Homburg circular route. From the youth hostel, the route first led me through densely populated areas until I was finally on the circuit. Is not really something earth-shattering, of course it went through fields and corridors, was very interesting in some passages. From the Kirdorfer Feld you had a great view over the orchards as far as Mainhatten (Frankfurt / Main). It went through the Landgräfluche garden landscape with its chestnut avenue past the Gothic House in the direction of Hardtwald, the green lung of Bad Homburg. Characterized by majestic beeches and oaks. Every now and then, the circular route divides the way with the Regional Park RheinMain, here and there are some references to the ancient Romans who were here before. It went through Ober-Erlenbach, which has retained its village character despite its proximity to the city.
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      • 8 de octubre de 2021

  8. Andreas aus Paderborn dio un paseo en bici.

    7 de octubre de 2021

    A Tim⭕ G.🚴🚵👣, Radel Tom y 104 más les gusta.
    1. Andreas aus Paderborn

      ... let's go to the TourGuide course of the ADFC Hessen, after
      Bad Homburg.
      Yes, that's always a thing, Corona has delayed everything, the course was planned for March in Dortmund, but was canceled due to the pandemic. There were no other stations in North Rhine-Westphalia, so check out the internet for alternative options. So I came across Hessen and registered there for May in Wiesbaden, which was then canceled. To cut a long story short, I am now attending the course in Bad Homburg in order to have a certificate from the ADFC after the weekend, which distinguishes me as a TourGuide.
      I have a few ideas that I would like to practice.
      Anyway, I started this morning in Paderborn and rode my bike to the main train station. Here the journey continued by train, with a 10 minute delay, the connecting train in Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe (change), the ICE 1577 to Karlsruhe, I initially thought I would not get it. ...

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      • 7 de octubre de 2021

  9. Andreas aus Paderborn hizo una caminata.

    25 de septiembre de 2021

    A Michael, Klaus Krause y 76 más les gusta.
    1. Andreas aus Paderborn

      Komoot training for my rehab friends, whom I met there in 2013 and who we meet here every year. As I said, test run and then it just happens to me that I don't start the tour properly. Anyway, it was still fun. There will be more information next year ;-)

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      • 29 de septiembre de 2021

  10. Andreas aus Paderborn dio un paseo en bici.

    10 de septiembre de 2021

    A Tichi, Andreas y 188 más les gusta.
    1. Andreas aus Paderborn

      So, today, Friday, September 10th, 2021, my last day in the "Radrevier ruhr".After I had a good breakfast in the hotel, I got on my bike and went over to the Zollern colliery. a very nice historical property, kept in good shape by the LWL (Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe). Here there is industrial culture to tackle, sorry to be amazed. The entrance fee of € 5 is humane and well worth the money. Photos without end, the tower was free and accessible, but unfortunately a "no go" for me, therefore no possibility for me to overlook the area from above.,Then it was back on the bike and on in the direction of the Hansa coking plant in DO-Huckarde. Here, too, there is the opportunity to get an overview of the facility, but a good half was not open to the public, because here, too, diligent renovation, renovation and restoration is being carried out in order to preserve this industrial monument. Admission was free here, but we would be delighted to receive a donation. Here, too, the pictures speak for themselves.
      You can also download the coking plant as an app on your smartphone to get more information.
      My sightseeing tour came to an end and so I got on the bike to continue cycling again.
      At the DO main station, or on the opposite side at the German Football Museum, I then took a late lunch break at the club grill.
      So far the weather has been perfect. Then a few drops of rain came down, but not worth mentioning. Around 2.30 p.m. I made my way home, at first I thought about taking the train, but honestly, if I have already driven 124 km to Waltrop on Tuesday, then I can also do the 120 km to home to cycle.Long story short, I'm off then. Via the RS 1, the Hellweg route, the avenue cycle route, along the LGS route, to name but a few, further and further east. Made another short stop in Lippstadt to refuel. the weather forecast was still perfect for me, it was dry. from Lippstadt it's only a good 120 minutes to get home. Slowly it began to get dark and on the last few kilometers along the quarry ponds, the Roman camp Anreppen and Bentfeld in the direction of Neuhaus Castle, my Büchel Shiny 120 was my light. Since I have already driven this route umpteen times, it was no problem to find my way here in the total darkness. Various anglers were active in catching fish at the various lakes. well then "Petri Heil".I took a photo of the castle in Neuhaus Castle and then drove the last few meters home. So I reached my destination around 9:30 p.m.As a small note: some of the photos were taken with the Komoot app and then attached to Komoot via the camera function.My conclusion: ... the "Radrevier ruhr" is worth a trip, I was only allowed to experience a small part of the highlights and there is a lot more to see and experience.
      Soon it will go further west, Mühlheim an der Ruhr, Oberhausen, Duisburg and the Rhine via Dinslaken up to Wesel / Xanten and back via the Römer-Lippe-Route.
      In 2014 I was already on the way here, in 2016 I rode the Ruhr Valley Cycle Path (but still without e-support) and this time a bit out of the middle. It was always nice.
      You can find more information here:
      radrevier.ruhr
      lwl-industriemuseum.de

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      • 11 de septiembre de 2021

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