Roadbike Holidays Country: Bohemia Austria

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Hotels in the region

Hotel Almesberger

Hotel Almesberger ****s

Upper Austria, Austria

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Roadbike highlights

  • Comprehensively devised tour recommendations with detailed route descriptions and elevation profile
  • Cycling map Mühlviertel Quarter – South Bohemia
  • Border-crossing tours in the tri-border region: Austria – Czech Republic – Germany

Bike season

May - October

Influenced by the Pannonian climate, the Upper Austrian summers are hot with low precipitation.

Racing cycle holidays in the Mühlviertel Quarter
North of the Danube, in the Mühlviertel Quarter, there where the Granite and Gneis Highlands are especially hilly, there is the starting point for racing cycle tours in all directions. Apart from the landscape and the geographically ideal conditions, racing cyclists are also attracted by the diversity and the tri-border region’s close location to Upper Austria, Bavaria and Southern Bohemia. Boundaries provoke curiosity especially when one can rise above them and explore them. Racing cyclists have every opportunity for development here and can choose from an abundance of refreshing and also border-crossing tours.

Racing cycle in the Mühlviertel Quarter
The well-asphalted roads are ideal for speeding up. The shorter tours are perfect for the start so that no-one overexerts themselves on routes with an average of 1.000 metres in altitude and 50 kilometres in length. Steep ascents are more the norm than an exception in the mountain ranges of the Bohemian Forest and they are a real challenge for racing cyclists. The flat routes around the Moldavia reservoir in Czech Republic are especially perfect for gentler basic training sessions.

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Roadbike Expert

Peter Gruber, <br />
hotelier and bike pro

The natural topography of the Upper Austrian landscape is always a good training for the calf muscles. The tours on the well-developed road network can be easily and individually compiled. You even can decide whether to add another round or to take a shorter route back while already out and about. It all depends on your remaining energy level.

Peter Gruber,
hotelier and bike pro