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    After the exploration fiasco, I backtracked and took a side "trail." Probably just where a couple people walked their dogs through the long grass.

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    It took me back to the end of the Rose Field runway and the Nidda. I kept on the single track until I came to the reconstructed bridge to the Eschersheimer Friebad. When the rebuilt the bridge this winter they took out all the bike parking (over 50 inverted U style racks) and haven't replaced them yet. The new bridge opened mid-May, before the pools summer opening.

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    Default It's the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, but in Frankfurt it's Grüne Soße Tag

    I had to eat something with Grüne Soße (Quich) and rode a variant of the GrünGürtel

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ID:	20140 Start of the ride needed to detour, I guess it was time to unload the Toi Tois (Porta Potties) in the Kleingartenverein

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ID:	20141 Mandatory photo-op at the GrünGürtel flying green armadillo on the Nidda bridge to Maurice Rose Field, Bonames

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ID:	20142 Frankfurt from the Berger Hang (on the Wanderweg, not the Radweg route)

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ID:	20143 Schafe mit ein paar Lämmern

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ID:	20144 I guess they forgot to "rake" this forest like the Finns

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    Default Grüne Soße Tag in Fechenheim

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ID:	20148 Back in the Stadtwald near Niederrad

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ID:	20149 Approaching the Schwanheimer Düne

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    so the germans aren't doing the d-day celebration thing?

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    counsularider, I am curious what lighting setup you run to be StVZO compliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starduster View Post
    counsularider, I am curious what lighting setup you run to be StVZO compliant.
    I had my Kona Rove modified with a Schmidt SON front dynamo hub and Busch & Müller front and rear lights once I got to Germany. However, battery powered lights have been permitted in Germany since 2017 and I am using those on my road bike and my fat bike. That said I have only seen the "bike police" once in three years and there are lots of people on bikes without lights after dark.

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    Default Pfingstmontag Parks and Single Track Ride

    My time in Germany is drawing to a close, but I still have time to get out for some of my favorite rides. Today's photos are outside of Frankfurt loosely following the Nidda River.

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ID:	20155 In the Pfingstwald near Ober-Eschbach

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ID:	20156 Looking ENE in the barley files between Nieder-Eschbach, Ober-Eschbach, and Nieder-Erlenbach

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ID:	20157 Looking West in the barley files between Nieder-Eschbach, Ober-Eschbach, and Nieder-Erlenbach

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ID:	20158 Grey Heron on the Nidda River near Harheim

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ID:	20159 Looking NW towards Großer Feldberg from barley field below Frankfurter Berg. This gravel was new this past winter because of some type of work being done along the neighboring railroad tracks, lots of heavy machinery.

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    There's mosquitoes on the river
    Fish are risin' up like birds....







    Mississippi River Trail, New Orleans


    Yes, the water is very, very high for this far into June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Boo View Post
    Mississippi River Trail, New Orleans
    Did you make it up to Bonnet Carre Spillway (upriver by Norco)? Setting a record for most days open.

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    Did not go that far up. This was a quick 15 mile lunch break spin. Made it about a quarter of the way there before turning around under the Huey Long Bridge.

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