Counting down – 3 weeks to leave Paris

Dear friends,
this year there is a new adventure starting in a few days – the tracks are planned and you can find them on my new blog.
Perhaps you’d like to accompany me virtually again – have a look !

From Paris to Hendaye - countryside & atlantic sea

I can´t believe it – in only 3 weeks time I´m going to leave Paris accompanied by a good friend who live there heading towards Orléans.

I will continue by myself visiting again the wonderful river Loire I´ve been cycling in 2010  to St. Nazaire.
This cycling-path is also called the EuroVelo 6 from the atlantic coast to the black sea.

Here I´m going to follow the EuroVelo 1 heading south on the “Vélodysée” along the coast approaching Bordeaux wich I´ve been visiting two years ago in 2013 on my way to Nice.

But this time my recumbentbike, the trailer and me we are going to see the countryside heading towards Pau and then let the wheels running down to Bayonne.
Finally there will be – hopefully – some time to relax at the wonderful beach to the way to Hendaye where I´m going to take the train back to Paris.

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2 thoughts on “Counting down – 3 weeks to leave Paris

  1. Bravo and congratulations. We had crossed(met) and had made a photo. I finished my tour(ballot) in 2013 via Sète, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Royans, the Loire, St Nazaire (I even took the bridge(deck) attention danger) then Brittany as you may the naughty boy and then still the Loire and many visits of castles, Nevers, roanne, Lyon terminus. I leave on June 18th for 3 months visiting the French Polynesia and its islands (Tahiti, moorea, raiatea, Tuamotu and marchionesses). I shall see for a next tour(ballot) it trike next year. Safe journey to you and good luck. Best regards Jean-Paul

    1. Hello, Jean-Paul!
      Yes of course I remember you…you’ve the brand new Cyclone trailer…your tours sound great, wow! Do you have some photos on the web ?
      Did you cycle the islands also with your trike? It’s really hilly there, I think… That wouldn’t run with my bike as I’ve got only 1,5 m for one turning the pedal.
      Brittany was the ascent highlight because of the steep short roads up and down to the harbours…but the most wonderful road I remember was the street up the hill a few kilometres out of Marseille…but there I’ve had an outstanding view…that’s what your cycling for… 🙂
      All the best, health and good weather for your next voyage, Michael

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