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!).
Stage 46 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel was a beautiful loop around Wannsee. I visited a friend and contended with needy blood glucose during a ride with perfect cycling conditions.
Stage 41 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel completed the S25 route between the towns of Teltow and Hennigsdorf. Along the way, I passed through forests, checked out new graffiti and passed two border towers.
This is first edition of a new series – NinJa Cycles – where Nadja and I head out to explore together! NinJa is our couple name by the way. In this ride, we went to the lovely Falkenhagener See and explored the Spandauer Forst around Eiskeller in Spandau.
Stage 34 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel looped around the districts of central Spandau plus some stops in Brandenburg to spice up the Stage.
My blood glucose was not very well-behaved during Stage 27 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel. Despite this it was a great tour enjoying some of the many lakes and water ways in and around Berlin. Plus a visit to the car-loving town of Falkensee!
Kladow was the focus for Stage 14 of the Grand Tour de Öffenliche Verkehrsmittel. Not to mention a dash of goats, military history, minibus service and shy beavers.
A short stage checking for beavers, pipe breaks and disused train tracks with a side dish of frozen feet was on the menu for Stage 11 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel.
The longest and shortest U-Bahn routes were conquered during Stage 10 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel. Plus an additional S-Bahn route to connect them.