Each season in one picture:
And a picture of the Runschelt viewpoint in different moments:
Find the highlighted Vëlosummer 2021 routes on your Garmin device; the layer includes all routes and links. Get the file here (if needed, right click and Save Link As…), and copy velosummer.img to the folder Garmin on your device. Tested on a Garmin Edge 1000 and 1030plus.
If you’re using a recent firmware, make sure that you are using the Classic” map theme (and not high contrast or mountain biking).
I’m still not tired of those Ardennes landscape. Witnessed a stunning sunset near Troine. Documented photos are available on this Twitter thread.
A “traditional” 100+ km loop ride from Luxembourg, but before a reward to this van parked on the cycleway.
A few other pictures taken during June:
Left with 5 litres of “eau de Cologne” and drank it before arriving at destination so I had to refill on the way. Feeling of freshness when it was only 30 degrees; also the breeze was welcome. Fortunately the cycleway was full of families so it was another reason to take it easy. Lunch break and quick visit of Bonn (saw the HARIBO shop, good that it was closed 🤣). Met several cyclists doing long distance trip and discussed with one who was on his way to the Black Sea.
On the way back, I did a stopover in Trier:
Bike tour on a hot day, even on the summit of the Venn and the Eifel national Park. 65 km on unpaved ways. Several drink/water shopping on the way. Great landscapes. Wasn’t sure if I would make it to Cologne.
Warm with a breeze and mobile office on the back. Busy cycleways but empty roads. 102 km in Luxembourg, 11 km in France and 53 km in Germany. When I arrived home, I thought I could just repeat it.