TYB: The Dos and Don’ts of Biking in Germany

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While we still have a few months left before the first snowfall hits Europe, there is still a chance to do some biking. Especially now as travel has been restricted due to the Corona Virus, there are many bike trails to use, in addition to the ones mentioned in the previous guest post (click here). Still there are some people who don’t know the rules for the biking in Germany.

In 2018, I produced a simple guide on how to behave as a biker in Germany, combining the elements of the 10 Commandments and a little bit of Judge Marilyn Milian from the People’s Court. If you want a little nemonic and avoid some unnecessary fines, have a look at the guide and keep the rules in mind.

Link: https://flensburgerfiles.wordpress.com/2018/04/18/the-dos-and-donts-of-biking-in-germany/

Long-distance bicycle routes for autumn: German history under the wheels — Archyde

Anyone standing at a train station with a fully packed touring bike in October will get admiring glances. Do the stretch now? Of course! The weather will hold, here you go. Rustling of leaves under the tires, immersion in beech-yellow, maple-red and larch-gold worlds – and into the past. On these six history trails, bike […]

Long-distance bicycle routes for autumn: German history under the wheels — Archyde