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Please review my Alsace itenerary

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I'm visiting Alsace (for the first time) first week of September. Please review my tentative itn and questions below:

day 0 - arrive in Strasbourg late evening
day 1 - Sightseeing in Strasbourg
day 2 - Ribeauville, Riquewihr and Bergeim
day 3 - Obernai and Dambach-la-ville
day 4 - Route du vin ??
day 5 - Colmar and Eguisheim
day 6 - sightseeing in Strasbourg, evening train to Paris

I will not be renting a car. The towns all seem pretty and have enough to do. That said, I'd like to do more than just hang around within towns. I'd like to cycle for two days through vineyards, stopping off at quaint villages, visiting wineries, etc. I'll need to rent a bicycle (day rentals, not overnight).

With all of this in mind:
* Would you suggest I base myself in Strasbourg or Colmar?
* In which town(s) is bike rental easy?
* Which days seem appropriate for biking?
* Please suggest something for day 4

Thanks!

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