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#634725 - 04.07.10 22:57 for Swiss people, Where to park my ban 15 days
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Hi: we would like to travel to Switzerland with our ban and leave there 15 days. I would like to visit Switzerland with our bike 15 days, so we need to park the ban 15 days. The question is, where could I leave the ban 15 days without problems? It’s possible to leave it at the street without any problem or it’s obliged to leave it in a parking or similar?

Please, I need help. I would like to leave it at Lausanne or Geneva. Any idea? Any help? I need it. Thanks
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#635015 - 05.07.10 23:29 Re: for Swiss people, Where to park my ban 15 days [Re: alkebici]
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another question. which ones are the best routes between 1-9 national routes? i have not idea, all them look fine. thanks
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#635175 - 06.07.10 13:33 Re: for Swiss people, Where to park my ban 15 days [Re: alkebici]
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Originally Posted By: alkebici
...so we need to park the ban 15 days...

...perhaps you'd better explain what your "ban" is !!!
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#635218 - 06.07.10 15:35 Re: for Swiss people, Where to park my ban 15 days [Re: ConRAD]
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sorry for the mistake, i mean van, our car. sorry for my bad english.
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#635502 - 07.07.10 09:03 Re: for Swiss people, Where to park my ban 15 days [Re: alkebici]
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Originally Posted By: alkebici
another question. which ones are the best routes between 1-9 national routes? i have not idea, all them look fine. thanks

They are all fine, there is no "best" among them. It depends upon your preferences: do you like it flat, or do you like to climb mountain passes? The classification at Veloland should give you an idea of the character of the route.

Try to combine them to a round trip that suits your preferences. E.g., last year I did a round trip using Route 5 (mostly flat) and Route 9 (some moderate hills). Equally, one could combine 7, 1, and 2 (Jura, Rhône, Rhine).

Stefan
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#635959 - 08.07.10 15:42 Re: for Swiss people, Where to park my ban 15 days [Re: StefanS]
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i thinking to combine 4 and 9. it look hard, so if it's too hard, we could combine another with another one.

they look nice. what do you think?thanks
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#635964 - 08.07.10 16:32 Re: for Swiss people, Where to park my ban 15 days [Re: alkebici]
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Well, only you can tell whether it's too hard for you. The information on veloland.ch, including the height profiles, should give you an idea. As long as you're used to hilly routes on a bicycle, however, you ought not to have any problems.

I did route Nr. 9 last year with my father (age 64 but rather fit) and I can say that it's very nice route with some moderate climbs. There is a page about it on our Wiki (Seen-Route), text in German but you will find pictures, a track and more profiles.

I have not done Nr. 4 (though I'd love to do it one day), I reckon that it is more difficult than the other one.

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