- Picked up a copy of Singletrack and have something to add….
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What?Posted 2 years ago
Try again with postimage.Posted 2 years ago
Ha! Bear with me… Trying to link from Flickr app….Posted 2 years ago
It’ll never work.Posted 2 years ago
[url=https://flic.kr/p/YGWjhu]Reschen[/url] by sod_the_taxman, on FlickrPosted 2 years ago
I agree, postimage.org is the way to go these days.
Flickr doesn’t let me zoom in on the mobile. 🙁
Looks like an interestingg pic, too!Posted 2 years ago
If you are running the Flickr app on Android then an add-in will let you share.Posted 2 years ago
Download the Flickr Lite App ..it works perfectly..Posted 2 years ago
Never had need of the flickr app… that said I am on the PC now.
Great pic, where is it? (Not looked at mag yet if relevant.)Posted 2 years ago
Panzersperre (literally Tank Stopper) at Reschen Pass. Part of the Alpine Wall built by Mussolini to stop Hitler attaching from the north.
The area and the pass has lots of bunkers, lookouts, stores and buildings.
First article in the mag reports on that area…. Go there about once a month or so.Posted 2 years ago
What is this Flickr Lite app? Can’t find it…Posted 2 years ago
You’d have thought by now they’d have re purposed those pointy thing wouldn’t you.Posted 2 years ago
Is postimage.org better than imgur?Posted 2 years ago
shermer75 – Member
Is postimage.org better than imgur?
Its a really simple way of posting an image on here from a mobile or PC and it can be viewed by anyone, no app needed etc.Posted 2 years ago
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You can post in original image size or scaled/thumbnail too etc, from memory.Posted 2 years ago
Just ordered the book mentioned in the article from the German Amazon site. Really liked the look of it all.Posted 2 years ago
It’s a great area to ride. I’ve been suggesting Vinschgau on here as a destination for some time.
As said, we go there every month or so as it’s only a the hour cruise through the Alps from Munich.
The area has seen an explosion in its popularity over the last three to four years. Due to that there are some of the old classic trails that are now closed to bikes, but on the plus side there are more bike specific trails (although I prefer more natural rides) being built.
My mate has that book and it’s good. However, it is in German (I think).Posted 2 years ago
Yes, ta, knew it’s in German. Should be able to translate as needed.
Do you have any rides from the book that are must do’s?
Thanks.Posted 2 years ago
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