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TR2012 - Planning

TransRussia - there is still an increase of madness possible! :o)
For the year 2012 Manfred's cycling friend, the extreme-sportsman Alexey Boldarev, offered a new immense challenge:
A bicycle race over a distance of 3,000 kms!
The racing led across all climate zones of the northern half of the earth.
Manfred took part in this long-distance racing. It should be a hard test of the physical limits ...and should be adventure pure! :-)

Look to the map: https://manfred-tinebor.fotki.com/journals/tr2012/entry/wdrgssgwwbbt/

View the registered participants: https://manfred-tinebor.fotki.com/journals/tr2012/entry/wdrggfffwdtk/

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The route - from the White Sea to the Black Sea

Start: Archangelsk
The following places are crossed: Bryn Navolok, Emetsk, Bereznik, Vel'sk, Verkovazh'e, Syamzha, Chekshino, Kadnikov, Vologda, Danilov, Yaroslavl, Gavrilov-Yam, Ivanovo, Torchin, Suzdal, Vladimir, Gus'-Khrustal'niy, Kurlovo, Velikodorskiy, Tuma, Spas-Klepiki, Ryazan. Mikhaylov, Gremyachev, Kimovsk, Epifan, Bogoroditsk, Yelets, Zadonsk, Hlevnoe, Con-Kolodez', Nwew Usman, Rogacheva, Pavlovsk, Millerovo, Mayskiy, Aksay, Kushchovskaya, Staroleushkovskaya, Berezanskaya, Vyselki, Kirpil'skaya, Ust'-Labinsk, Starokorsunskaya, Pashkovskiy, Lyustenkhabl, Adygeisk, Saratovskaya, Gorskoe
Finish: Dzhubga.

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Uploaded: September 10, 2011
  • Mankovskay (Private)
    12 years 9 months ago
    Next year will you cycling in Russia,  Manfred???)))
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      12 years 9 months ago
      Yes, TransRussia is my target for the next year.
      For the long distance, I will need a well trained body. If I will not become ill or if I will not have an another accident, the ride seems doable for me.  
      We will see, how it goes on.  :-))
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