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Ludwigsburger Kreiszeitung, 2014/06/11
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520 cyclists are record-breaking

RSC Komet organizes 38th Baroque Cycle Trip (Barockrundfahrt) - oldest participant is 85 years old.

On Sunday about 520 participants started for the 38th Ludwigsburg Baroque Cycle Trip in spite of considerable obstructions due to the construction site on the through road B27. The weather conditions were favourable for the organizers of RSC Komet and the participants who expressly praised the two well-marked trips on scenically attractive roads.

About 320 cyclists went on the 125-km-long track leading to Sulzbach and offering with Lichtenberg and the uphill road to Jux very challenging topographic obstacles. 200 cyclists went on the second trip which was about 80 km long. The team ranking awarding the strongest team was headed by the Zedler team with 52 participants and followed by the BW-Bank team with 21 participants. Third place went to RSV Besigheim with 13 participants.  The oldest participant was 85 years old and the youngest one 13 years old.

After the trip the cyclists relaxed from the exertions of the trip at the club house of RSC Komet at Boennigheimer Strasse. (red)

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