Tuesday, November 30, 2010

And here are the final statistics of this Oktoberradfest

                                                          Done    Time  Mov.Tm Max Spd   Avg  Total Total Bike
                                                           KM    HH:MM HH:MM   KM/H    KM/H   KM      KM
Dusseldorf (DE) - St Goarhausen (DE)   208,31   11:40     09:55    52,0    21,0   208,31  15539,4
Mainz (DE) - Strasbourg (FR)                 202,94   10:51     09:23    49,0    21,6   411,25  15742,3
Strasbourg (FR) - Basel (CH)                 136,61   08:57    07:06     28,0    19,3   547,86  15878,9
Delemont (CH) - Zurich (CH)                 130,94    09:24    07:13     54,0    18,2   678,80  16010,2
Zurich (CH) - Feldkirch (AT)                  140,12    09:36    07:59     58,0    17,5   818,92  16150,4
Feldkirch (AT) - Innsbruck (AT)              174,97    12:11    09:15     61,0   18,9   993,89  16325,3
Innsbruck (AT) - Munich (DE)                 157,47    10:36    08:40     48,0   18,2  1151,36  16482,8
Munich (DE) - Regensburg (DE)              143,49    07:09    06:58     47,0   20,6  1294,85  16626,3
Regensburg (DE) - Pilsen (CZ)               161,66    08:28     07:21    65,0   22,0  1456,51  16788,0
Pilsen (CZ) - Prague (CZ)                      112,17     06:15    05:55    51,0   18,9  1568,68  16900,2
Prague (CZ) - Dresden (DE)                  159,85     09:54    08:15    53,0   19,4  1728,53   17060,0
Dresden (DE) - Cottbus (DE)                  108,84    05:04    04:52    42,0   22,4  1837,37  17168,9
Cottbus (DE) - Berlin (DE)                      145,96    07:45    07:04     30,0  20,7  1983,33  17314,9
Berlin City (DE)                                       96,72    XX:XX    05:06    XX,X 19,0   2080,05  17411,6


Total/Average                                        2080,05   117:50 105:02   XXXX    XXXX
Maximum                                               208,31     12:11   09:55     65,0   22,4

And for the route, if You zoom out You will be able to see half of the Homer Simpson! It was just casual, but if You want to complete just go to Hamburg, Bremen, Enschede (NL) and Dusseldorf!



So, once again thank You for the great company. Specially my couchsurfing hosts, some of them are my great friends, also met some people who finally met after many year of chatting. To my facebook friends and "fans" for the motivation messages, also to facebook/vodafone for allowing to send free sms every time someone comments/sends me a message/add as friend. Now I just found out that I only pay 5 eurocent even in Roaming in the European Union. Even better! It was really really wonderful as You could all testify. So if You plan to do something similar, You can access all the photo archive by click on one photo, the photos while on pedal are GPS tagged (excluding the Euro-Russian trip as I had no internal GPS recorder). Just click on one photo, you will be redirected to the OVI page and on top You can browse the directories, same applies for google maps roads, and the statistics give you one idea in how far you can pedal in one day, already with obstacles included.
I made some videos of the trip but my tiny Asus EEE701 is quite small for video editing, but as soon I am able to edit on a PC with more space I'll link it over here.
So.. that's it! For future long distance trips only with full sponsorship or earning large amounts of funds in a short time, everyone tells me that I should go to China (I will one day for sure, there's time, no rush). I don't like to make big predictions for the future, as long I can breathe and have an healthy life, fine by me. Once again thanks for the wonderful company! Love You all!

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