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  • 1. Ludwig Isert P-Seminar Munich by Bike Hr. LanzenstielAsam-Gymnasium München Munich by bike: Bicycle racing11 Source: http://reviews.roadbikereview.com/tour-de-france-2008-stage-2-results-cavendish-sprints-to-his-5th-tour-de-france-stage-win 1
  • 2. Index of Contents1. Introduction.................................................................................................................................. 32. Tour de Munich ........................................................................................................................... 42.1 Fürstenried West – Tutzing .................................................................................................. 42.2 Tutzing – Wohlfrahtshausen................................................................................................ 62.3 Wohlfrahtshausen – Thalkirchen ....................................................................................... 82.4 Thalkirchen – Leopoldstraße............................................................................................. 103. Possible Financiers ..............................................................Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert.4. Closure ........................................................................................................................................ 12 2
  • 3. 1. Introduction Millions of spectators all over the world watched this year Tour de France, the third largest sporting event in the world and the main bicycle racing event. In 1903 was the Tour de France the first bicycle race separated into stages. This idea to organize sequent races across France was developed by the French journalist Géo Lefèvre. On 1st July 1903 the first Tour de France started in Auberge Reveil Matin, a suburb of Paris. 60 riders attended the 6 stages with an overall length of 2428 km from Paris across the cities Lyon, Marseille, Toulouse Bordeaux and Nantes back to Paris. This year the Australian Cadal Evans won the 5500km long Tour. From an early age I was fascinated by the unbelievable efforts of the riders and the solitary fight against the extreme gradients in the Alps or the Pyrenees. The idea of my work was to create a race similar to the Tour de France for amateur rider through Munich. The Tour de Munich is divided into four stages and about 150km long. There is an award ceremony after every stage and a ceremony to appoint the winner of the Tour de Munich in front of the Feldherrenhalle. 3
  • 4. 2. Tour de Munich The destinations and beginnings of the stages are all connected to the underground or the urban railway and easily reachable from any part of the town 2.1 Fürstenried West – Tutzing 4
  • 5. The Tour de Munich starts at the Underground station Fürstenried West.The riders drive through the Forstenrieder Park and the LeutstettenerMoos towards the bank of the Starnberger See. After circling half of theLake and crossing Seeshaupt and Bernried the riders arrive at thedestination Tutzing.Length: 53 kmMaximum gradient: 8.8%Maximum slope: -10.1%Highlights of the stage: • The Romanesque church St. Alto in Leutstetten. Build in the 18th century. • The castle Leutstetten. Build in the year 1565. • The Villa Rustica, a latin cottage. 5
  • 6. 2.2 Tutzing – Wohlfrahtshausen 6
  • 7. From Tutzing the Tour continues via the beautiful landscape of theOsterseen and turns towards the Starnberger See. Along the Loisach theriders arrive in Wohlfrahtshausen.Length: 50kmMaximum gradient: 11.1%Maximum slope: -23%Highlights of the stage: • Heuwinkelkapelle in Iffeldorf. Build 1793 • Wohlfrathshausen and its beautiful historic centre. 7
  • 8. 2.3 Wohlfrahtshausen – Thalkirchen 8
  • 9. The third stage of the Tour de Munich goes along the bank of the riverIsar through the village Pullach towards Munich. The stage ends in thequarter Thalkrichen.Length: 25.1kmMaximum gradient: 19.7%Maximum slope: -14.2%Highlights of the stage • The Isar and its magnificent nature 9
  • 10. 2.4 Thalkirchen – Leopoldstraße 10
  • 11. The last stage is not so exhausting as the other three stages. The Stagestarts in Thalkirchen and goes again along the bank of the Isar towardsthe historic centre of Munich and ends on the boulevard Leopoldstraße.Length: 18.4kmMaximum gradient: 9.4%Maximum slope: -14.5%Highlights of the stage: • Maximilianeum. The domicile of the Bavarian parliament. • Theatienerkirche. A baroque church build 1675. • Feldherrenhalle. A monumental loggia build 1844. • Ludwig Maximialian Univeristät. The university of munich. 11
  • 12. 3. Closure The Tour de Munich shows the observer all the beautiful sides of munich and his surrounding areas. Especially the Isar which accompanies the riders during the whole tour is a unique natural highlight. An event like this could be easily financed by a lot of sponsors because a lot of spectators and tourists are attracted. It would be one of the largest amateur bicycle racing events in the World and a good publicity for the city.Sources :http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/ 12