Route 2012

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Brainstorming Map

Here there is a googlemap to share interesting projects/places/actions/camps/etc that you might think biketour could visit this year: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=202614598037844903493.0004b87154a1e6e346552&msa=0

Route Maps on G$$gle

The route till now is based mostly on google maps and some information got on the web, they will still change when we get access to proper maps and some parts need to be checked in person (mostly the crossing from Gap to Torino).


Start details (To Be Confirmed)

6-9th July Biketour preparation weekend at Can Masdeu

  • 6th July - Meet at Can Masdeu, cook together, critical mass(get ready in calle princesa), fiesta
  • 7th July - Pimp my bike day (in l'astilla or biciosxs)
  • 8th Social day at Can Masdeu, build rocket stove, degrowth workshop, movie screening
  • 9th BIKETOUR BEGINS

For more details visit preparation weekend 2012

Day by day rough plan

THIS ROUTE IS NOT FINAL, IT WILL CHANGE A LOT!!!

The tour begins on 9th July and ends on 16th September, making 70 days in total

  • (23 days in July, 31 days in August & 16 days in September)

This rough route shows 53 days accounted for, leaving 17 rest/action days.

Catalonia

  • 6-9 July Can Masdeu
  • 9 July Kan Pascual - time for last bike adjustments
  • 10-12 July Ca l'afou (perhaps take off a day here and stay a day in Terrassa instead?)
  • 13 July Can Piella (Can Tobella for Lunch?)
  • 14 July Near San pol de mar (?)
  • 15 July Tossa de Mar (action against construction if we can contact Naturalists Girona)
  • 16 July Rest day (?)
  • 17 July Girona - contact Kan Kolmo
  • 18 July Escala/somewhere on coast

Figueres action (?)

  • 19 July Can Torres

France

  • 20-21 July Can Decreix - work/rest
  • 22 July Near Canet-en-Roussillon/Perpignan (?)
  • 23 July Near Port la nouvelle/Gruissan (?)
  • 24-25 July Cravirola le maquis, Minerve - rest day (?)
  • 26 July Béziers (?)
  • 27 July Sète (?)
  • 28 July Montpellier
  • 29 July Rest day
  • 30 July Pompignan (?)
  • 31 July Rousson (near la vielle Valette)
  • 1st August Berrias-et-Casteljau (Le Hameau de bois/la ferme des enfants)
  • 2nd August Rest day
  • 3rd August Vals-les-Bains (?)
  • 4th August Longo Mai, Treynas ( Lachapelle-sous-Chanéac)
  • 5th August Near Saulce-sur-Rhône (?)
  • 6th August Rest day
  • 7th August Near Saint-Marcel-d'Ardèche (?)
  • 8th August Avignon
  • 9th August Arles (maybe Longo mai, la Mas de Granier), Les Baux-de-Provence is really pretty says Seb
  • 10th August Foss-sur-mere (?)
  • 11th August Rest day
  • 12th August Marseille
  • 13th August Longo Mai - Cabrery (tbc) WE HAVE NOT LOOKED IN DETAIL AT THE ALPS CROSSING SO THE NEXT 10 DAYS IS LIKELY TO CHANGE A LOT
  • 14th August Eourres village (too far)
  • 15th August Rest day
  • 16th August Oasis Bellecombe, La motte chalancon
  • 17th August Archiane, Treschenu-Creyers (?)
  • 18th - 22nd August L'Ecolieu Tilia & Compagnie, Saint-Laurent-en-Beaumont
  • 23rd August Chores (?)
  • 24th August Barcelonette (???) Which Alps crossing? (miss Longo Mai - Chantemerle)

Italy

  • 25th AugustPietraporzio (?)
  • 26th August Rest day
  • 27th August Madonna dell'Olmo, Cuneo (?)
  • 28th August Pinerolo, Casa Gaia
  • 29th August Collegno, Torino, Mezcal squat
  • 30th August Val de susa
  • 31st August(Torino)
  • 1st September Rocchetta Tanaro (?) too long!
  • 2nd September Montale Celli, Costa Vescovato, Coop. Agricola Valli Unite (?)
  • 3rd September Rest day
  • 4th September Stradella
  • 5th September Fidenza (?)
  • 6th September Cavriago (?)
  • 7th September Rest day
  • 8th September Maranello (?)
  • 9 - 12th September Bologna :-)
  • 13th September Occhiobello (?)
  • 14th September Padova
  • 15th September Mestre (only 8km from Venice)
  • 16th-19th September Venice

Rough date ranges (not up to date anymore, but still useful)

This is a first attempt at creating date ranges for the route. These dates will change a lot!!!

The first date is the earliest, the second is the the upper limit, with lots of flexibility in the middle.

  • Barcelona 6th July -15th July (we are pointing to the 12th of july to leave barcelona)
  • Cerbère 14th July -25th July
  • Narbonne 19th July -2nd August
  • Montpelier 23th July -7th August
  • Marseille 31st July -12th August
  • Nice 10th August -21st August
  • Torino 21st August -31st Ausust
  • Milan 27th August -4th September
  • Bologna 7th September -12th September
  • Venice 15th September -19th September

The section from Marseille to Torino could take longer

there are this maps that yolanda found out: http://www.cyclingeurope.nl/provence http://www.cyclingeurope.nl/riviera

many bicycle routes and tools to plan a bike route (need further investigation): http://www.provelo.org/spip.php?article2627

and there are GPX and GPD (gps standards) files there, this website is useful to visualize them: http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/

Route Proposal with groups/actions

The EV8 (EuroVelo Route 8) should be followed and we can make deviations from it to visit some projects and places: informaton on EuroVelo


Catalunya

Indignados 29th March Demo, public sector, housing, cuts, Degrowth group of indignados Fishing issues - Lydia Iago - Artists of Catalunya

Ecologistas - Annalies to send projects, anti EuroVegas 17 billion euros budget, ghost towns

Girona - contact Guillem MAT - Mucha Alta Tension (all around) near Girona there was a group but it was evicted

Ghost tourist towns - development stopped

France

Languedoc-roussillon

- Les reencontres Des amis de S!lence (http://amies.revuesilence.net/spip.php?article73) a bit more north from foix, in Loubières, from 9 to 24 july it's a self-managed camp, but besides that there is not much information, they were conected with the Camp Action Climate 2009 in Nantes - sounds great, it was the start of ZAD, but last year information don't look like an active/activist gathering but more a sharing information/workshops - probably 100% in french as it dosen't look like they plan ot make an international call-out

Cerbere Can Decreix

Action against the TGV being finished - fast to Barcelona instead of the small Cerbere line.

Perpignon

Port-la nouvelle (to Sete is a pretty path) No palm group who are anti-industrial group We could do an action here

Narbonne A city and Francois has contacts

Beziers People live on boats

Sete

Frontignan

(From Cerbere to Aige Marts it's easy on bikes along the coast and it gets really busy, also Francois has lots of contacts)

Montpellier Francois contact

sommieres contact from F(hilly area)

Cevennes national park is really hilly

Avignon (pretty) No car group and a contact

Marseille Water financialisation Youcef's bike workshop, they have plan to host us, we need to link them with other collectives to make a nice action there...

La Crau There is a longo Mai

It's really important to study how to do this area (Euro Velo 8) Aix en provence area to Nice - Very important to Check

Italy

  • Torino

Most probably we can stay in colegno where the reclaim the fields was ([1]), need to double check it with nemo and oracio we should conect with the NO TAV and Vall di susa strugle, maybe cross the allpes on that area and see the zone they want to destroy...

  • Bologna

XM24 ([2])- big squat with an organic market every thrusday and a nice bike DIY workshop: Amppioraggio ([3]) Also would be nice to link to local productors: [4]

planning - rough maps/distances

* waiting for can masdeu confirmation (it's confirmed 6th to 9th of july)
  * after starting in barcelona we head to visit Ca l'afou - a eco-industrial post-capitalist colony
    * couple of workshops day (in can masdeu or ca l'afou): 
      * rocket stove
      * banners
      * cycling/group safety

ideas to cross the alps

    • Near the sea, next to monaco - not so fun, full of tourists and traffic
    • Barcelonnette - at less tan 1400m high seems like the less hard/more fun place to cross
    • Briançon - the one that makes more sense after passing by L'Ecolieu Tilia & Compagni
    • Mont-Cenis, Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis - a bit high place but it would mean entering italy through vall di susa - needs further invesstigation
would be great if we pass through the vall di susa to understand what the population is defending from destruction...
this forum talks about some nice alps bike crossing routes: http://www.bikeforums.net/archive/index.php/t-256527.html
map of france/italy/swiss alps bike-climbs with details: http://www.cycling-challenge.com/map-of-french-and-swiss-alps-cycling-climbs/
http://www.cycling-challenge.com/barcelonnette-alpine-cycling-paradise/

other

just a rough google map to have a distance idea: http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=barcelona&daddr=Cerb%C3%A8re,+France+to:Marseille,+France+to:Draguignan,+France+to:Turin,+Italy+to:Bologna,+Italy+to:Venice,+Italy&hl=en&ie=UTF8&ll=43.34116,7.492676&spn=6.80715,14.128418&sll=43.29307,6.75822&sspn=6.812512,14.128418&geocode=FY2HdwIdPxwhACn1KO0mcZikEjEwA6Qh4PoABA%3BFQWZhwIdM0owACm3eZ2Skn66EjEgbWcWIYgHBA%3BFeKmlAIdtO9RACkzU9pEQ7_JEjEgApf9pRkIBA%3BFT9VmAId4aViACmX3glziavOEjGgzY_9pRkIBA%3BFQS6rwId9EB1ACnfXO3DDG2IRzHglDxHfeYFBA%3BFW7tpgIdViKtACmVmy6-m9R_RzFBOWB2eDJt3A%3BFeBFtQIdYEa8ACkfb1JTCq9-RzGwX5EVhwkHBA&oq=Ven&dirflg=w&mra=ls&t=m&z=6