Cycling Tours for Everyone
Cycling is a fun way to enjoy the great outdoors. The exercise does you good, so you can leave the stress of everyday life behind you. We have collected the most scenic routes through the meadows and vineyards along the Rhine and Ahr for you. On the reference map you will find the most important routes. All you have to do is pedal…
Sie brauchen nur noch in die Pedale treten …
Even ambitious cyclists get their money´s worth.
We recommend the following tours:
Train & Bike:
Rather than tackling the steep passage in the Eifel you’ll catch the “Vulkan-Express” to Engeln, a unique experience in itself. From Engeln you will be back to the saddle for the journey to the Crater Lake in Maria Laach. 50 km, hilly.
You have the morning to yourself in Remagen. You could visit, for example, the “Bridge of Remagen”. In the afternoon, there is a short tour through the wine growing region in the Middle Rhine wine via Bad Breisig, the wine village Leubsdorf and medieval Linz. 25 km, simple circuit.
Bike & Boat:
Use your bike to get to Andernach, “the Bäckerjungenstadt ” and from there to the “German Corner”, where the Moselle and the Rhine meet and on to Koblenz. Return by boat or train. 50 km, flat circuit.
The Valley of the Red Grape:
This tour must not be missed! Catch the Ahrtalbahn train to Ahrbrück. Then cycle back along the vineyards and through the romantic river scenery and wine-growing landscape, in the footsteps of the Romans. 45 km, simple circuit.
Myths of the Romantic Rhine:
Today you follow the River Rhine Trail along the “Siebengebirges”, the Seven Hills, to the legendary Roland’s arch, Bonn the city of Beethoven and Königswinter with the legendary Drachenfels, where according to legend Siegfried slew the dragon. 50 km, flat circuit.
Enjoy a scenic route along the Vinxtbach to Königsfeld in the footsteps of the Romans. 47 km, hilly.
The Grafschaft County:
First you cycle from Altenahr uphill to Kalenborn. After travelling through hills and orchards, experience fantastic panoramic views of the Rhine Valley. 40 km, hilly.