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Ireland - Leinster / Munster

Thursday 21st - Carlow

Friday 22nd - Waterford

Saturday 23rd - Kilmacthomas

Sunday 24th - Ringville

Monday 25th -  Younghal

Tuesday 26th - Dublin

Weds 27th - Ferry  

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Ireland - Leinster / Munster

Thursday 21st - Carlow

Friday 22nd - Waterford

Saturday 23rd - Kilmacthomas

Sunday 24th - Ringville

Monday 25th -  Younghal

Tuesday 26th - Dublin

Weds 27th - Ferry  

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Ireland - Leinster / Munster

Thursday 21st - Carlow

Friday 22nd - Waterford

Saturday 23rd - Kilmacthomas

Sunday 24th - Ringville

Monday 25th -  Younghal

Tuesday 26th - Dublin

Weds 27th - Ferry  

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Ireland - Leinster / Munster

Thursday 21st - Carlow

Friday 22nd - Waterford

Saturday 23rd - Kilmacthomas

Sunday 24th - Ringville

Monday 25th -  Younghal

Tuesday 26th - Dublin

Weds 27th - Ferry  

Happy to meet up.

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Ireland - Leinster / Munster

Thursday 21st - Carlow

Friday 22nd - Waterford

Saturday 23rd - Kilmacthomas

Sunday 24th - Ringville

Monday 25th -  Younghal

Tuesday 26th - Dublin

Weds 27th - Ferry  

Happy to meet up.

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Ireland - Leinster / Munster

Thursday 21st - Carlow

Friday 22nd - Waterford

Saturday 23rd - Kilmacthomas

Sunday 24th - Ringville

Monday 25th -  Younghal

Tuesday 26th - Dublin

Weds 27th - Ferry  

Happy to meet up.

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Berlin to Prague

Hey guys! Im planning a trip this summer to Prague. It will be through the Lausitz and Saxony Switzerland so it’s a beautiful route ending in the wonderful city of Prague. If someone would like to go as well maybe we can get in contact!

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Denmark

Hey beautiful People :)

 

My first ever Tour (Berlin-Tallinn) started 1st of July 2020.

I went for 3 months and enjoyed (almost) every day of it!

 

So i'm gonna start the next Tour on 1st of July 2022.

This time Denmark only for 8-10 Weeks.

 

As i don't know much about Denmark i'm open for suggestions on where to go and what to do :)

 

Thx in advance!

 

Edit: The idea is to go from Berlin to Rostock by Train, then take the Ferry to Gedser and start cycling from there...

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I lived in Malmo for a little

I lived in Malmo for a little while so spent some time in Denmark as well. My main suggestions for Copenhagen:

  • Walk down Stroget (a long pedestrianised shopping street)
  • Have frikerdeller (meatballs) at Nyhavn for lunch.
  • Try a bofsandwich (burger covered in gravy)
  • The Little Mermaid is a short train ride from Central Station.
  • Den Bla Planet (the Danish national aquarium) is also worth a visit.

Not necessarily Denmark, but I'd also recommend doing the Oresund Runt. It's a special ticket that gives you unlimited train travel for 2 days in the Copenhagen/Malmo region, as long as you cross the bridge in one direction and take the Helsingborg/Helsingor ferry in the other. You could probably cycle some of the sections if you wanted. Highlights:

  • Malmo is very chill.
  • Astronomical clock in Lund.
  • Get a hotdog or prawn sandwich on the ferry.
  • Elsinore Castle.
  • Louisiana museum of modern art (great sea views from the garden)

Here's a link with more info (in Swedish) : https://www.skanetrafiken.se/biljetter/vara-biljetter/oresund-runt/ I couldn't find the Danish equivalent though.

Hope that helps :)

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June 2022 Tour of South Vancouver Island, BC

Wonderful WS Buddies,

I'm planning to pedal around southern Vancouver Island including Nanaimo, Sooke Potholes, Galloping Goose, and Victoria after June 7th for about a week ("BC 2022"), then heading back to Fairhaven, WA. I like to hike, sightsee, and swim while it is warm.

So let me know your input!

Flow,

Bri'

 

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June 2022 Tour of South Vancouver Island, BC

Wonderful WS Buddies,

I'm planning to pedal around southern Vancouver Island including Nanaimo, Sooke Potholes, Galloping Goose, and Victoria after June 7th for about a week ("BC 2022"), then heading back to Fairhaven, WA. I like to hike, sightsee, and swim while it is warm.

So let me know your input!

Flow,

Bri'

 

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June 2022 Tour of South Vancouver Island, BC

Wonderful WS Buddies,

I'm planning to pedal around southern Vancouver Island including Nanaimo, Sooke Potholes, Galloping Goose, and Victoria after June 7th for about a week ("BC 2022"), then heading back to Fairhaven, WA. I like to hike, sightsee, and swim while it is warm.

So let me know your input!

Flow,

Bri'

 

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mu natchez trace ride june 2022
The Natchez Trace ride went well. I drove to Nashville then took my bike on the bus, because it was the only available option, to Natchez, and rode back to Nashville by myself. (My two friends had to back out of the trip. What happens at my age I guess.) At least the bike did not get damaged on the bus...
I had a tight sched due to being unsupported so I covered nearly one hundred miles a day including off Trace riding, and though it was very hot and my 40 year old bike had extra weight, I had no problems. No flats (I ride tubulars) and no mechanicals although I did have to replace my Garmin speed and cadence sensors. They were about seven or eight years old and I broke their connecting wire packing the bike in the box for the bus before I left home. 
I would say at 68 years old, toward the end of the day going up some of the 7-8 percent climbs in the north part, gearing lower than my 39 front 21 rear would have been welcome, although not critical. The last 60-70 miles had the steepest hills, some long ones start at 5% and get up to 8% before leveling off. The steepest I saw was 10% but that was off of the Trace. For touring, I now find I would like some gel padded shorts. I took it very easy due to the heat so the days I covered 100 miles or above were not difficult, just long. My rear had more problems than my legs by far. Water was available throughout but I did beg some from churches or RVs a couple of times. I carried three  big water bottles mostly two were enough. Food was another issue I took gels and bars and needed them about half the time. I got tired of fast food but managed to get fruit and salads often enough to get by. Cell coverage was always there but sometimes slow. Huge biting flies were atrocious. 100% deet keeps them away. Mosquitos were not so much of a bother. Stealth camping would be no problem. There were some road closures and the detours were not so nice. The big bridge over the Tennessee River has plenty of room for both cars and bikes. I stayed at several hotels, the Hotel Belmont stands out as fabulous, the average cost was about 60 bucks. Two warmshowers, great time at both. I don't know if it was the heat or what but I only saw about ten other bicyclists riding the Trace the whole time. Traffic was light to very light except near big attractions or cities. Jackson was the worst, they use the Trace as a buisness detour there it seems.
Very few hateful screamers.
It was a beautiful, intresting, historic, and peacefull ride. -ken
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my natchez trace ride june 2022
The Natchez Trace ride went well. I drove to Nashville then took my bike on the bus, because it was the only available option, to Natchez, and rode back to Nashville by myself. (My two friends had to back out of the trip. What happens at my age I guess.) At least the bike did not get damaged on the bus...
I had a tight sched due to being unsupported so I covered nearly one hundred miles a day including off Trace riding, and though it was very hot and my 40 year old bike had extra weight, I had no problems. No flats (I ride tubulars) and no mechanicals although I did have to replace my Garmin speed and cadence sensors. They were about seven or eight years old and I broke their connecting wire packing the bike in the box for the bus before I left home. 
I would say at 68 years old, toward the end of the day going up some of the 7-8 percent climbs in the north part, gearing lower than my 39 front 21 rear would have been welcome, although not critical. The last 60-70 miles had the steepest hills, some long ones start at 5% and get up to 8% before leveling off. The steepest I saw was 10% but that was off of the Trace. For touring, I now find I would like some gel padded shorts. I took it very easy due to the heat so the days I covered 100 miles or above were not difficult, just long. My rear had more problems than my legs by far. Water was available throughout but I did beg some from churches or RVs a couple of times. I carried three  big water bottles mostly two were enough. Food was another issue I took gels and bars and needed them about half the time. I got tired of fast food but managed to get fruit and salads often enough to get by. Cell coverage was always there but sometimes slow. Huge biting flies were atrocious. 100% deet keeps them away. Mosquitos were not so much of a bother. Stealth camping would be no problem. There were some road closures and the detours were not so nice. The big bridge over the Tennessee River has plenty of room for both cars and bikes. I stayed at several hotels, the Hotel Belmont stands out as fabulous, the average cost was about 60 bucks. Two warmshowers, great time at both. I don't know if it was the heat or what but I only saw about ten other bicyclists riding the Trace the whole time. Traffic was light to very light except near big attractions or cities. Jackson was the worst, they use the Trace as a buisness detour there it seems.
Very few hateful screamers.
It was a beautiful, intresting, historic, and peacefull ride. -ken

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