In this edition of Weekend Snapshot, we travel to three unique parts of Europe to join readers on rides around the continent, lasting anywhere from a single day to six months. Share a scene from one of your recent trips and take a peek at this week’s submissions from Spain, Denmark, and Sardinia here…
We’re back with a fresh Monday morning installment of Weekend Snapshot, highlighting a few of the thousands of rides our readers were on over the weekend. Today is an all-European edition, offering a glimpse at two-wheeled trips through the mountains of Sardinia, the forests of Denmark, and the stunning coast of Sardinia. Check out all three snapshots below, then use the form at the bottom of this post to share a photo from one of your recent bikepacking adventures.
By Matt Bark (@ matt_brk)
I recently spent five days escaping the miserable British weather on a sunny 250-mile tour of the gravel tracks, quiet roads, forests and coastline of southwest Sardinia. Here’s a scene from a climb through the mining region of Ingurtosu.
By Konstantin Pelzt (@komape)
Over the weekend, I joined a friend for a trip out to his family’s summer home north of Copenhagen. We took our bikes with us to cycle all the way back. Luckily, we had a day full of sun for our first longer bike ride of the year. Denmark has some beautiful forests, and we took some detours to see a few of them. The photo was shot in a forest called Gribskov.
By Joshua Meissner (@joshm.de)
My friend Max and I just crested into the rugged and sparse Maestrazgo region in Spain. The mountains demand a respectable tribute, and so we spend much of our days lounging at camp, napping in the shade of stone ruins, and snacking on bravas and sardines in small town bars—when we find them. At this rate, our destination Teruel may well forever remain a mythical place to us.
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