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    Checkin in from Maastricht, Holland. (only piece of Holland with "hills")

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    An American service member checking in from Stuttgart, Germany.
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    Slovakia, Central Europe here. Amazing rides throughout whole country

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    France
    du Voyage Tout Tranquille
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    en passant par le Vélo Tous Temps,

    On fait tous du VTT*

    *french Mountain bike

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    Venlo, The Netherlands

    Don't have a bike together yet, I've been spending all winter trying to decide on a 29er or regular 26" wheeled bike...

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    Lancashire in the UK, right next to the Lakes and the peak district. awesome riding round here.

    I vacillate between a hardtail hack and a full susser, depends on how pure I'm feeling ;-)
    So Much is Dangery

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    Austria, Vorarlberg. Near the Swiss Border.

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    Cheshire UK, not far from the Dark Peak, North Wales or the Lake district.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratty2k
    Cheshire UK, not far from the Dark Peak, North Wales or the Lake district.
    Snowdonia?

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    Montreux at the Lac Léman in Switzerland.

    Moved here from the Netherlands about 6 years ago don't think I will be able to move back again. All that good mountain biking, snow boarding and skiing right in the back yard.

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    Herford, NW Gemany.

    UK armed forces, i'm out here for a couple of years. The riding here has potential, no huge hills or mountains, but there's rolling heavily forested countryside everywhere. It does however seem very cut up at the moment. I have a lot of exploring to do, as i've not been out much since i've moved in.

    Willingen and Winterberg are just over an hour South of here, so i'll be checking them out once the last of the snow has gone.

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    Mark,

    You'll enjoy both. Too much riding there and not enough time! You gotta budget a lot of time to ride up at Willingen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerk_Chicken
    Mark,

    You'll enjoy both. Too much riding there and not enough time! You gotta budget a lot of time to ride up at Willingen.
    I have heard a lot of good things about both. It seems that Winterberg is more DH oriented, which may well be my intro to DH.

    What's the score with trails at Willingen? Is any of it waymarked? Or is it just a matter of exploring? I've had a look around a few websites and have found a couple of routes to download, but i'm thinking that popping into a bike shop down that way may be the best bet.

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    I can't remember what I did last summer, but we got there, parked near the mini FR track by the house, then headed by the path nearby that runs parallel to the mountain. We crossed under the lift, and then continued and even rode on the road a bit. Kept following the markers, then finally got to the up trail, by the little gravity race track. Once up, we rode across to the radio tower, saw some fighter jets do a fly-by, then found the marked dh trail and followed it a bit and rode the course down. This is where the lift brings you up.

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    Checking in from Switzerland (Montreux area)
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    Checking from Italy, Milan zone.

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    Riding in Girona, Catalonia, betwen France and Spain...where Lance Armstrong and the others riders of US Postal training before Tour de France
    From Barcelona, Catalonia

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    Czech Republic, Prague

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    Any riding in or around Prague? I have headed down for day trips. Beautiful city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerk_Chicken
    Any riding in or around Prague? I have headed down for day trips. Beautiful city.
    Sure

    http://www.pbase.com/archer13/prokopak
    http://www.pbase.com/archer13/20070923
    http://www.pbase.com/archer13/kunratice

    Those photos are all in Prague or 10-15km around.

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    Nice! And where are the good places to eat and what's good to eat? The last time our family went, we didn't have time to eat due to a snowstorm on the way back, so we had to leave early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerk_Chicken
    Nice! And where are the good places to eat and what's good to eat? The last time our family went, we didn't have time to eat due to a snowstorm on the way back, so we had to leave early.
    Czech cuisine is not so far from the Austrian or German. In the center of Prague you may go ~100m in any direction, and you will find a restaurant

    My favorite places with traditional cuisine are on the west side of Prague, where I'm living:
    http://www.nafarkane.cz/ (get the "Gulash soup" for the first, it's very good!)
    http://www.pivovarskydvur.cz/ (the local brewery, very good beer!)

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    Biel, Switzerland. Mainly singlespeeding the Jura on a 29er.

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