New videos of the season 2022/2023
As the last new video of the current season, the fifth Pyrenees Pass is released today. The ascent to Hautacam is one of the most famous mountain routes for cyclists in the Pyrenees.
The coastal region between Stavros and Stratoni in Greece is known for its breathtaking beauty and rich history. The coastline consists of steep cliffs,
rocky coves and an impressive beach at Stavros.
The 18th stage of the 2022 Tour de France first led over the Col d'Aubisque, which was the highest point in the Pyrenees this year. The subsequent descent was followed by a counter-climb of around
two kilometres up the Col du Soulor, in contrast to the Tour stage, the finish of this video.
Aubisque - Soulor
This video shows the second, northern part of the Kraut und Rüben Cycle Path in the Palatinate Rhine Valley. Like the first part, it runs through the region, which is predominantly
characterised by vegetable cultivation, mostly on farm tracks and offers a variety of views of tobacco, asparagus or strawberry fields, vineyards and the Palatinate Forest.
The Hourquette d'Ancizan was ridden in conjunction with the Col d'Aspin in the 17th stage of the 2022 Tour de France. The area that gave Müggeltour its name is known to many from the film
"Shark Alarm at Müggel Lake" by Leander Haußmann.
Monchique is a small town in the Serra de Monchique on the northern edge of the Algarve in Portugal in the district of Faro.
The entire Enztal Cycle Path runs from the source of the Enz River in the northern Black Forest near Enzklösterle to where it flows into the Neckar River in Walheim.
We ride the cycle path upstream and start from the scenic part in Neuenbürg.
Lom starts at the end of Sognefjellet RLV and follows the road back over the top of the mountain (and the highest mountain pass in Northern Europe), down into the Bøverdalen valley and finally ends
in the town that gives it its name.
The climb from Galdesand to the Juvasshytta alpine resort (generally called "Juvass") is generally considered to be the hardest climb in Norway. There are longer climbs, and there are steeper climbs,
but this 13 km climb averaging at 10% is a real challenge.
These two routes belong together in a way and are therefore also available in a favorable double pack.
The Mur de Péguère is certainly still familiar to many from the 16th stage of the 2022 Tour de France. Although only about 3.5 km long, it presents an enormous challenge with an average
gradient of about 12% and a maximum of a good 18%, it represents an enormous challenge.
In addition, the new recording of the Rhine cycle path from the Rhine bridge Wintersdorf to Speyer appears, replacing the 10-year-old recording. Accordingly, the quality is outstanding,
probably even the best available on the market.
Mur de Péguère
Jöhlingen takes us into the landscape east of Karlsruhe, which is characterized by a completely different topology than in the other directions. Instead of gentle hills, a multitude of short,
poisonous climbs await us here. Nevertheless, the total number of meters in altitude is moderate. The second route takes us in Saxony from Freiberg to the Dam Malter and with a small loop back.
The dam was built at the beginning of the 20th century to regulate the water of the Red Weisseritz. The route is very hilly with sometimes steep short ramps.
At 2115 meters above sea level, the Col du Tourmalet is the highest paved road pass in the French Pyrenees. We conquer the "Giant of Provence" from Bédoin in the southwest over about 21 km and a good 1500 meters in altitude.
The Brocken (also called Blocksberg) is with 1141 m above sea level the highest mountain in the whole of northern Germany. In the new recording of the Challenge Roth Triathlon, in contrast to the 10 year old video, the total distance, i.e. both laps, was now filmed.
And last but not least the second part of the Salier- and Kaiser-Konrad-Cyclepath, which connects the German Wine Route with the Rhine.
Col du Tourmalet
Mont Ventoux South
Titran is a small village located at the very western part of the Frøya island. Placed far out into the Atlantic Ocean, this is almost as far out into the ocean you can get in Norway, without being wet.
Kalteck is the announced continuation of RLV Weißenstein. Two hundred meters east of a glass factory in Bodenmais, our route begins at a traffic circle.