Today’s cycle ride was a 91 km adventure to Germany to explore part of the Rur river.
The Rur is a 164.5 km long river which rises in the High Fens of Belgium.
Over 90% of it’s course flows through Germany, before it becomes the Roer as it enters the Netherlands.
Finally it flows into the river Maas near the Dutch city of Roermond.
I cycled east from Heerlen for about 31 km before arriving on the banks of the Rur near Barmen.
For the next 24 km I followed the Rur northwards, riding the gravel cycle track alongside.
Today’s featured image is of the river Rur near the German town of Hilfarth.
After cycling around the Adolfosee, a man-made lake fed by the Rur, I headed homewards alongside the river Wurm, a tributary of the Rur.