La Velodyssee

Cycle-touring, Expeditions, Adventures, Major cycle routes NOT LeJoG (see other special board)
dodger
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Re: La Velodyssee

Postby dodger » 23 Nov 2019, 7:52pm

Merci Morzedec
Taking unfit brother there next year so low daily distances. That looks a potential stopover point!

bretonbikes
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Re: Example...

Postby bretonbikes » 16 Dec 2019, 2:55pm

zenitb wrote:Morlaix to Carhaix ex railway section...

28mm better I would have thought ?


The worse bits are probably the sections from Carhaix to Morlaix - Kate's tourer is on 28's and she walked some sections - I could manage on 35's - the road runs parallel along a lot of it and I usually take this and as the road from just past Huelgoat is pretty much all down the valley (apart from the initial hill from Huelgoat) I'd roll down that;-)
35 years of cycletouring, 30 years of running cycling holidays, 5 years of running a campsite for cyclists - there's a pattern here...

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Re: La Velodyssee

Postby bretonbikes » 19 Dec 2019, 12:34pm

You may find this helpful for the bit from Nantes - if you need any other advice feel free to U2U - https://www.bretonbikes.com/homepage/cy ... n-brittany
35 years of cycletouring, 30 years of running cycling holidays, 5 years of running a campsite for cyclists - there's a pattern here...