Bike Ride With a Clear Mission
BERNBURG / MZ. Since 1998, Degenhardt, Christiane runs in the “Tour de Nature”. The Berlin focuses on the cycling wheels and not only at public events. She also rides his bike tours lasting several days and was in May of this year already on the bike path near Nienburg hall. Good memories of the section is not stayed. This was a hand in the stormy weather. Secondly, the fact that the Berliner could not even barely protect themselves.
“I have not found a shelter to protect me from the worst conditions,” lamented the woman. “There is a lack benches, which are protected from the wind,” says the woman who can not spoil in the cycling set.
The “Tour de nature”, which started on Sunday in Hall and its participants competed on Monday by experts from the day’s stage to Barby is an opportunity to push for such improvements. “We go over the major streets to get attention,” says spokeswoman Susan Timm, participating since 1993 in the 1991 tour launched.
“We want to encourage reflection, that is being scrutinized more detail for traffic projects, whether they are reasonable or whether ecological otherwise would be considered,” says the Hallenserin. So the plans for the A 143 (West Bypass hall) and the Saale-side channel of the mouth into the same activists were a thorn in the eye. It was also at a rest stop in the Elbe-Saale-Camp to the topic. “Is the Elbe-Saale camp there to preserve the last natural river landscapes,” says Susan Timm.
Landscape there are a lot of variety on the tour – from the Saaleauen on the High and Flaming Uckermark to the Baltic Sea bay. Between corn fields and conservation areas, large cities and small villages. The day trips are about 50 kilometers long. Without large gradients and high mountains are just not as athletic participants and families with children have fun cycling.
The youngest of course, went with the trailer. Otherwise handed the age of the participant’s self from 7 to 77 On Monday at 11 on the clock they made Bernburger Karlsplatz stop. Not without a mission. They handed an open letter to the district administrator, who was his deputy Ulrich Reder being received. It is an appeal to stop the expansion of the hall. The economy being out of proportion to the destruction of the environment, believe the cyclists.
That by nature like to ride on flat roads that are paved if possible, for Christiane Degenhardt no objection to the concerns of the tour. The Berlin is back off the main roads in the capital city of Greifswald. “It is important to create incentives from car to bicycle to upgrade,” she says. As was the asphalt through the forest, the lesser of two evils.