Ecotopía Biketour es una comunidad internacional autogestionada que organiza cada año una ruta en bici en diferentes regiones de Europa desde 1990. Durante la ruta visitamos proyectos sociales y medioambientales y practicamos formas de activismo y vida sostenible. Tenemos una dieta vegana, tomamos las decisiones por consenso y potenciamos el compartir nuestras habilidades. Este es uno de nuestros valores clave para crear un entorno no discriminatorio. Ecotopia Biketour es para todas las personas interesadas en viajar en bicicleta, en vida comunitaria, en autogestión, medioambiente y en aprender desde la propia experiencia. Lee más sobre lo que es la Ecotopia Biketour .
Ecotopia Biketour 2017 irá a través de Alemania, Francia, el este de España y quizás Suiza. Una ruta más específica será anunciada en la página web a mediados de marzo. Si tienes alguna recomendación para nosotr@s, sobre proyectos, grupos y eventos para visitar en la ruta, o te gustaría ayudarnos preparando la marcha, escríbenos a 2017(at)ecotopiabiketour(dot)net. Lee más acerca de Ecotopia Biketour 2017.
Registrations for the tour are closed, see you next year!
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I participated in Ecotopia Biketour this year again. As always, I try to capture some nice moments with pen and paper. It is kind of difficult to find time and space for that within all the cycling, cooking, camping, projects, nice new people or group organising processes. This is the first go of the rocketstove we built in the first days in Strasbourg. This year it is made entirely from trash: A oil-barrel that we received from a restaurant, a piece of an oven-pipe we got in mimir-squat and glaswool that our host had left over. After last year, I…
On 13th of September, after 7 km of 5% slope uphill we arrived to Pujarnol, in the north of Girona. Even though of the scary arrival (the dogs were barking as crazy to the bikes) the views compensated it: huge house surrounded by forest, next to an old church and a cemetery. It looked like a castle. A bit of history: the main house is 1000 years old and the last 2 centuries used to be a hostel, where people could spend a night or have a meal. Now it hosts 10 adults and 6 children from different families that…
In between the projects of Can Decreix (not Candy Crush or Candid’s crash) we had 3 cycling days. The first one was all along the coast going up and down the cliffs and passing through little fishing villages. We left France and entered Catalunya by a mountain pass where we found a memorial about Spanish civil war. The first evening we were welcomed with full dumpsters that provided more than what 20 hungry cyclists can eat in a day. We had a feast in our wild camp, which was an old bunker with view on the sea. The second cycling…
We arrived at our next project, Can Decreix (Home of Degrowth), on the evening of Friday 8th. September, where we were to spend the next four nights. The project overlooked Cerbère, a small boarder town next to Catalonia, tucked away between steep vine-covered mountains, the sea and a large industrial train yard. The area is known for wine making, its dry climate and the Tramuntana, a powerful northerly wind which ravishes the area and is said to turn long-term settlers crazy. As the name suggests, Can Decreix is a project focused on putting into practice the principals of Degrowth. This…