Always along the water you cycle on the Queichtalweg by miraculous man-made landscapes between the Rhine and vines. The diverse route follows the course of the Queich of the mouth in the Rhine up to the spring in Hauenstein.
After a short part on the bike path Rheinaue it goes first through Germersheim, then alternately by woods and villages through Bellheim, Knittelsbacher Mühle, Neumühle and Offenbach. Now it goes right through Landau and further to the Queich along on Godramsteim, the wine-producing village Siebeldingen, Albersweiler and Queichhambach up to Annweiler. The Trifels, the chief imperial stronghold of the Staufer period, is above Annweiler and became famous as a medieval state prison for the English King Richard the Lionheart. The last part leads over Sarnstall, Rinnthal, Wilgartswiesen up to Hauenstein. After a short distance through the woods, the easy tour ends at the source of Queich.Demo version
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Leaderboard of course
|#||Name||System||Segment||Date||Distance||Time||Ø Speed||Ø Power|
|1||Matthias Kaiser||TTS4||Landau - Queichquelle||20-12-16||29.5 km||01:05:15||27.1 km/h||107 W 25|
|2||Reimann||KWT3||Start - Landau||21-05-17||28 km||01:01:47||27.2 km/h||107 W 70|
|3||Matthias Kaiser||TTS4||Start - Landau||20-12-16||28 km||01:02:26||26.9 km/h||100 W 25|
A superscript value in the power indicates a set factor. Only the fastest training is displayed per driver and track.