Tag: Germany

Münster: Paying Hommage To A… Road

Remember these iconic images / poster from an advertising campaign here in Münster to get people out of their cars and into buses or onto bikes?     Well, I wasn’t able to climb the tower of the cathedral to take my picture but I did find the […]

Cycling Day 46: Reckling-Hausen To Münster

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. Let’s start with the positive:    I’ve arrived in Münster, the sun is shining sporadically and, on the whole, the physical cycling conditions today were good. For most of the time I was able to travel along dedicated […]

Cycling Day 44: Cologne To Düsseldorf

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. Over the last ten years I’ve visited Germany on quite a few occasions; twice to Stuttgart, twice to Hamburg, once to each of Munich Berlin and Bonn. I have a very positive view of the country based upon […]

The Rhine Cycle Route: Really?

Seriously underwhelmed with what I’ve found.  The first hour cycling north out of Cologne has been only sporadically sign-posted with Eurovelo 15 signs leaving me guessing as to whether I am on the right track on not. I’m following the little red signs assuming that they are sending […]

Cycling Day 43: Aachen To Cologne

Click here to see the detailed statistics of today’s cycle. Yesterday I made clear my (self-inflicted) frustration at not being back on a campsite but couped up in a small hotel room in Aachen. As I sit here by the banks of the Rhine at tonight’s campsite just […]