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Lenze Radltouren 2010

Radsport-Ausdauertraining mit Freunden und Kollegen von Lenze.
Lenze ist eine Firma, die Automatisierungssysteme und Industrieantriebe entwickelt und produziert. Siehe hier: http://www.lenze.de/
Zum Weserbergland gehören Teile von Niedersachsen, Hessen und Nordrhein-Westfalen. Städte des Weserberglandes sind Holzminden, Höxter, Bodenwerder, Hameln, Rinteln, Vlotho, Lemgo und Detmold.

Cycling condition training with friends and colleagues of Lenze.
Lenze is a company, that developes and produces automation systems and industrial drives. Look here: http://www.lenze.com/en/home/
Weserbergland is a hilly region (thus the name, Bergland = hilly region) in Germany (parts of Lower Saxony, Hesse and North Rhine-Westphalia) near the river Weser. Cities of this region are Holzminden, Höxter, Bodenwerder, Hameln, Rinteln, Vlotho, Lemgo and Detmold.

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Frank im Wind

Radltour 25.08.2010

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  • Елена Premium user Russia (Private)
    7 years 2 months ago
    ... вокруг большие просторы и ветряки! ... Здорово!!!
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      7 years 2 months ago
      The wind power plants are standing on a 340 m high hill.
      • Елена Premium user Russia (Private)
        7 years 2 months ago
        Oооо ... such high windmill ... as the 100-storeyed house!!!
        • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
          7 years 2 months ago
          Oh no, dear Elena, the height of the hill is 340 m! :-)) The windmills are an older typ. The mills have only a total height of about 100m!
          This typ of windmill was produced between 1995 and 2005.
          Producer: Enercon GmbH, Aurich, Germany
          Typ: E-66 Diameter of the rotor: 66m
          Nominal power: 1.5 MW
          • Елена Premium user Russia (Private)
            7 years 2 months ago
            Oh, I mistook :)

            100 meters - too a high windmill!
            Wingspan of 66 meters - simply huge (20 floor house)!

            Hill = 340 meters...
            Perfectly, to drive downwards from it :)... but upward - it is necessary to work (very strongly) :)
            The big difference of height ...
            I at us didn't measure of difference of height still...
            • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
              7 years 2 months ago
              I live in a hilly region. If I ride bike with my friends, we climb on every hill along our tour.
              We like the hard work of climbing and of course we like the fun of rushing downwards with heady speed :-))
              • Елена Premium user Russia (Private)
                7 years 2 months ago
                Fine! What at you was the maximum speed at descent from a hill?
                At me once was - 38 km :)... it certainly not very much - but to me was very enough :)
                • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
                  7 years 2 months ago
                  Dear Elena, I have 5 bicycles, but until now I have no MTB. So I can't tell you a maximum speed with a MTB.
                  You can’t compare the speed of a road bike with an offroad-bike!
                  The highest speed with a road bike I reached on the descent of the North-German mountain range Harz: 106 km/h. With the couch I was already several times faster than 120 km/h.
                  Because of the bad country roads in Russia most times my speed was low. My fastest speed in Russia I rode on the road M8 near Danilov. My GPS displayed a height-difference from 260 m downward to 130 m. I remember, that it was only a small down-grade on a new straight road part. The downgrade was constant along a long distance. In addition the cars pulled me. Behind a car my speed rose up to 113 km/h.
                  After finishing the ride in Vologda I shot a photo of the GPS-display with the stored datas of the ride. Just I have uploaded the photo :-)
                  Look here:
                  • Елена Premium user Russia (Private)
                    7 years 2 months ago
                    Many thanks! Very high speed... I don't have words and feelings :) ...
                    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
                      7 years 1 month ago
                      To get a little feeling of the difference between a MTB off road and the couch on road, I made a small video clip. I took the clip on a country road in Lower Saxony between Polle and Bad Pyrmont.
                      Please watch: http://www.dailymotion.com/swf/video/xepusr
                      • Okinew Russia (Private)
                        7 years 1 month ago
                        Music is in harmony with the movement and speed. I realized what is missing in the video clip. Introductory and final titres need to be accompanied by voice. It somehow will connect together flashing footwear and the invisible lying person, will increase completeness of perception.
                        I think, in a following clip there will be a snow road. :-))
                        • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
                          7 years 1 month ago
                          I wanted to tinker a camera fixture for the bicycle. Before that, I tested, how such a cycling video would look. I fixed the camera first temporarily with hook-and-loop tape. During the ride I had to straighten the camera several times anew. Then, however, the test video was better than I had expected. I added the music, which I heard during the ride and loaded the video up. This it was.
                          Dear Olga, your idea with additional voice is great! You should demonstrate by your bicycle and your camera :-D
                      • Елена Premium user Russia (Private)
                        7 years 1 month ago
                        Thanks for such rushing video!
                        You cycle so quickly ... My spirit outfly :)

                        On such road I bicycle 20-25-28 km/h :) ...
                        Sometimes on the slope - hardly more than 30 km/h (I have time to see and go round holes :) ) ... :)
                        • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
                          7 years 1 month ago
                          The flat tires caused by pot holes and stones are a problem of the couch :-(
                          You are right, dear Elena. By a normal bike you can better go round obstacles :-))
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