Binedo

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In July, Elke and I have been on Corse for three weeks by train and bike. We published a report about our trip elsewhere, but here you'll find all the details about our MTB rides on the island.

First some overall-statistics:

  Total
Distance
Total Altitude
Gain
Total Riding
Time
Elke 356 km 5470 m 24:45'
Manfred 699 km 12545 m 45:10'

 

Then some of the details:
Restonica Tal Corte (444 m) - Georges de la Restonica - P. de Frasseta (900 m) - Funtana Bianca (1452 m) - P. de Frasseta (900 m) - Bergerie de Grottelle (1370 m) - Corte (444 m) - Aerodr. de Corte - fast Santa Lucia (1000 m) - Aerodr. de Corte - Corte (444 m) 60 km, 1700 hm, 4:50 reine Fahrzeit
Bocca a l'Arinella Calacuccia (845 m) - Casamaccioli (800 m) - Bocca l'Arinella (1592 m) - Calacuccia (845 m) 31 km, 880 hm, 2:00 reine Fahrzeit
Santa Lucia Corte (444 m) – Aerodr. de Corte – Santa Lucia (1000 m) – Mare / Mare Nord – Corte (444 m) 24 km, 680 hm, 2:43 reine Fahrzeit
Spelunca  Schlucht Porto (0 m) - Ota (340 m) - Pont Genois (214 m) - Chidazzu (655 m) - Marignana (715 m) - Ota (340 m) - Porto (0 m) 47 km, 995 hm, 2:50
Fango Tal Galeria (0 m) - Ponte Vechio (46 m) - Tuarelli (93 m) - Manso (153 m) - Barghiana (212 m) - near Bocca di Caponale (1329 m) - Ponte Vechio (46 m) 60 km, 950 hm, 3:30
Asco Tal Corte (444 m) - Collo di san Quilicio (559 m) - Taverna - Ponte Leccia (193 m) - Ponte Rosso (190 m) - Asco (730 m) - Haut Asco (1422 m) - Asco (730 m) - Capannace (272 m) - Grazianaccia (350 m) - Piediriggio (390 m) - Popolasca (750 m) - Castirla (345 m) - Bocca di Ominanda (654 m) - Corte (444 m) 120 km, 2235 hm, 6:00

You wonder what "Binedo" means? Well, mostly I was in front when moving through the country and due to my large bagpack I coudn't see if Elke was behind me or not. So, whenever I wasn't shure, if she's there, I shouted "E?" - which is short for "Elke", of course - and she answered "Bin E Do" (German: Ich bin ja da; English: Yes, I'm here). We used the phrase on and on and soon it went: E? Binedo!

 

© Manfred Widmann

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