Posts tagged ‘biking’

September 16, 2016

on the road

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June 12, 2015

Vienna Air King 2015

by ada

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June 7, 2015

Vienna Air King 2015 – preview

by ada

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July 24, 2013

summertime and the living is easy

by ada

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July 12, 2013

the place where Germany meets Austria

by ada

Well, the Hammerauer Brücke isn’t really a place you must see before you die, but I stumbled upon it quite accidentally today, so here it is. Poor Rozi died almost a month ago and I was totally handicapped without a bike, so I hopped over to Germany to buy a new one, because that’s what you do if you live in Salzburg and need something: you hop over to Germany to shop, because Salzburg is the most expensive city in whole Austria. Just in case you were planning to move here, haha.

So I bought my new bike (Rozi, I will always remember you!) and drove it back home to Salzburg. A lazy 14 km tour beside the Saalach in the descending sun with only a minimal time spent with getting lost.

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The Hammerauer Brücke:

Bridge Hammerau

On the German side you get an overwhelming amount of elementary school art:


Hammerau wall

Hammerau art wall

Over the bridge and the Saalach:

Hammerauer Bridge

Saalach 2

Welcome in the nuclear-free zone:




August 5, 2012


by ada

I had free today so I took my bike, Rozi and rode down along the Salzach. I planned to visit the castle of Anif, but I got lost on the completely straight way with one turn (I never found that turn). So I did lots of fashionable mountain biking through the woods, much for the disapproval of poor Rozi, who has zero skills for such adventures (to be honest, her only skill is that she haven’t dropped into pieces yet, but I love her the way she is) (I’m blessed with the seldom gift of being able to love unconditionally).

June 7, 2012


by ada

An afternoon-biking along the Salzach.

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