As you hopefully know, it’s possible to schedule a ride with me anywhere you wish to go. I will look into local charging possibilities and give an honest prediction about the trip & pricing when you tell me where you’d want to go. You can find the booking form here
In August the first weekend of the month I’m heading for Berlin. You can still join the ride for € 50,- there is one seat left, we leave Friday morning at 9AM at Amstelstation, Amsterdam.
The final weekend of August I’m heading from Amsterdam to Bretagne (FR), you can join me all the way to the beautiful village of Carantec.
On the way there we will take a break at Boulogne-sur-Mer so it’s also possible to join part of the ride. Two seats to Boulogne and one seat to Carantec is still available.
These rides around Germany and France will help me take notice of the updates to the charging networks that are happening everywhere. So expect a newsletter somewhere in August to update you on my findings. (Chargemap just updated it’s pricing alone the French autoroute this week, there is now a 1,50 startup fee.. I was recommending Chargemap in my guide because you didn’t have to pay a startup fee, so it’s sad to notice this recent change and bump in pricing). Especially when these machines are so prone to errors.
I guess Izivia really wants you to order their own badge. Which I now can easily recommend to anyone charging up in France near the highway. Ordering a card is easy, here
Tomorrow, for the people reading this still on ‘release Friday’, I’m heading to Hamburg, you can join, for € 30,- a person you will find yourself in central Hamburg on Saturday early in the evening! After Hamburg I will continue to Copenhagen, and then, for the first time in my life, continue the drive into Sweden. Of course I hope to make a guide for Denmark after the trip, and Sweden too if I find enough chargers to try. There should be some lessons there.
I can already recommend you to order the following charging card
, if you’re planning a trip heading to Sweden yourself.