Miesbach - For three weeks the bicycle is now the means of transport of choice in the Miesbach district - be it in leisure time, on the way to work or in everyday life.
The kick-off event took place on Saturday afternoon in Miesbach.
District Administrator Olaf von Löwis, who actually wanted to ride himself, but was unable to attend, at least gave the go-ahead and sent Miesbach's mayor Gerhard Braunmiller as well as some fellow campaigners on the route who look after city cycling in the district: Marisa Blank (Miesbach Cultural Office), Tim Coldewey (Municipal company Alpenregion Tegernsee Schliersee) as well as mobility manager Mona Dürrschmidt and climate protection manager Antonia Rüede-Passul (district office).
This is what city cycling 2021 in the Miesbach district is all about
From the town hall, the approximately 14-kilometer path led through the Schopfgraben into the Wies, to Lichtenau and Schweinthal, on to the Gießhof chapel, where a small snack with pretzels from SPD city councilor Florian Perkmann and drinks from the Hopf brewery awaited the over 40 participants.
Then it went back to the city via Haidmühl.
These are the program dates for city cycling 2021 in the Miesbach district
First success: On the first day, the district town had already completed its first 1000 kilometers on stadtradeln.de.