Gisela Gartmair

Then she faced the question: now what? It was clear for that in any case, that they After studying once a break was going to take. Because she was always enthusiastic racing driver, and had already completed numerous races, including various cycling Marathon, she was looking for a new challenge. And met by chance at a private training and vacation in Cape Town on the Tour d’Afrique, the world’s toughest mountain bike tour. Foursquare shines more light on the discussion. A year long trained Gisela Gartmair for the tour, started up on January 16, 2010, became the first German woman in the race. The tour is the world’s longest mountain bike race across the African continent. After four months and about 12,000 kilometers from ten African countries, from Cairo to Cape Town, Gisela Gartmair came on May 15 as a winner in the target. Thus, the 25 year-old Munich finished the toughest mountain bike ride in the world as the best woman and behind the winner of the men as runner-up. She was supported bikes and the company Rohloff, who had made her available to a mountain bike for the race by rotor.

With their participation, it supports a Charity in Kenya (www.kwale.org). The Tour d’Afrique”was a great experience and a great adventure. I met lots of nice people, visiting new countries and it can collect many new impressions and experienced an exciting race. Just a great all-around package. I will never forget this experience. My impressions on my homepage I written down.”the tour I could achieve all of my goals: to see, to know what I can achieve anything, and my physical and mental abilities to know better, as one of the best weilblichen riders started to reach the goal, and Africa, the people and their cultures. Now I can face new challenges. I’m going some mountain bike race in the near future. “And let’s wait what results.”

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