A group of English cyclists from Cambridge decides to find out about German bike culture and spends four days touring around northern Germany.
Economies are growing, wherever you look — in Germany and elsewhere. Naturally, everyone believes that this will continue in 2018. But there are risks that should not be underestimated, Henrik Böhme warns.
Two hundred years ago German nobleman Karl von Drais rode a strange, two wheeled invention through the streets of Mannheim. Bicycles have come a long way since, but now, they are also going back in time.
A relationship that could once have been described as "amour fou" is back, after a messy divorce. The rekindling of the love affair between Germany and the Tour de France is a boost for the country, says Joscha Weber.
For the fourth time in its more than 100-year-old history, the Tour de France began in Germany. This year's edition of cycling's most prestigious race features fewer but steeper-than-usual mountain stages.
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