Stage 5 of the Grand Tour de Grüne Hauptwege is the North-South complement to the West-East route of Stage 1. I cycled from Buch along the lovely Pankeweg (Panke Route) right into the heart of Berlin. The way south continued through many green stretches before I reached the fields which the Berlin Wall used bisect. Here, I found a mobile phone and managed to reunite it with its owner!
The penultimate Stage of the Tour de Tall took me to the extreme north and south of Berlin on the hunt for the 7th to the 4th tallest structures of Berlin. The structures were all related to power generation – mainly stacks from natural gas power plants but also impressive wind turbines. This was a fantastic cycle in Berlin with ideal conditions.
The second Stage of the Tour de Tall was more zig-zagging across Berlin to visit the twelfth to the eighth tallest structures. More impressive stacks from power plants and an Eiffel Tower imitation .. I mean .. inspiration, plus a bonus spaceship.
Stage 47 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel was a major win in blood glucose management – within range the whole Stage! Plus sightings of Highland Cattle, great gravel paths in Falkenberg and the Mörderberg (Murder Mountain!).
The second NinJa Cycles tour took place in the beautiful Harz region in central Germany. We were joined by Nadja’s cousin and her boyfriend for a fantastic tour through the Harz National Park, historic towns and even a sight of the steam Brockenbahn (Brocken Train).
Time for the Queen Stage of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel! I tackled two of the longer S-Bahn routes (S46 and S8) plus a bus route for the longest Stage of the Grand Tour.
I tackled one of the longer S-Bahn routes between Blankenfelde and Bernau during Stage 36 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel. My blood glucose was striving to make me not enjoy the ride but it failed as it was a lovely Stage in some beautiful weather.
I visited Tegel Airport for the first time during Stage 26 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel. The rest of the Stage focused on the northernmost district of Berlin – Buch!
Stage 22 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel sampled some example of high-rise architecture in Berlin. Plus a spectacular tongue twister street name thrown in for good measure.
Stage 12 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel travelled up to Buch and into Brandenburg to visit Ahrensfelde, Eiche and Mehrow.