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Brevet 600 km "De Acht van Lohne" - 2010 (Germany, Netherlands)

29.05.+30.05.2010

„De Acht van Lohne“ ist ein Radmarathon über eine Streckenlänge von 600 km, der als Brevet ausgeführt wird. Die Route hat die Form einer Acht (daher der Name). Start, Ziel, sowie die 300km-Kontrollstelle ist der Ort Lohne. Der erste Kreis der Acht führt durch die Niederlande, der zweite Kreis durch Deutschland.

„De Acht van Lohne“ is a cycling marathon with a route length of 600 km, running as a brevet. The route has the shape of the figure eight. (thus the name -> acht=eight). Start, finish, and the 300km-control-point is the place Lohne. The first circle of the eight leads through the Netherlands, the second circle through Germany.

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Carboloading Gasthaus Schnieders

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Taken: May 29, 2010
Uploaded: May 31, 2010
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  • Okinew (Private)
    11 years 6 months ago
    It really is not very appetizing! :-)))
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      11 years 6 months ago
      Dear Olga, this is no appetizing meal, but pure energy supply!
      The food fulfils the function like refuelling your car with gasoline in the gas station. The gasoline is also not appetizing :-D
      • Okinew (Private)
        11 years 6 months ago
        Probably I understand nothing in this question. But it seems to me a piece of meat with vegetables would be more rational energy supply. :-))
        • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
          11 years 6 months ago
          During sportive load, the body needs carbohydrates for energy. Noodles are rich in carbohydrates.
          After sportive load, the body needs protein for muscle recovery. Meat contains protein and is therefore a good meal after the workout!
          Vitamins and minerals of vegetables are always good :-))
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