Why do you backup backup? Your Acronis backup is only useful locally; if you replicate it to remote destination and your box dies it will be way faster to reinstall than to download that multi-terabyte archive.
I don’t know what’s the state of affairs is on Linux today but both macOS and Windows have already reached the state where reinstall is unattended and takes about half an hour and can be done routinely as it’s not a such a big ordeal as it once was. I know because I happen to migrate between machines all the tine and it’s completely painless. Maintaining Acronis or Macrium of whatever your tool of choice bare metal image is therefore more work than than any benefits it provides even in the lan; much less remotely. Consider OS reinstall an ultimate “restore”.
If you keep your data in iCloud (or OneDrive) this is even less of an issue: install, login, done. Keeping large installer images of the tools you need handy may be a good idea however (stuff like daVinci, matlab, capture One, steam cache, etc, anything else you might want avoid downloading).