Training Schools Iceland

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So… Iceland went far beyond our expectations. I was not only fortunate enough to present and implement my training plan over the course of three weekends, we also got to see parts of Iceland we hadn’t seen on our visit 3 years ago (before we knew each other), make a bunch of new friends, live…

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Explorer Tours

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Hi and welcome to this blog post about Enduro Explorer Tours on the Dominican Republic in week 43 and Colombia in week 46. First off, I would expect this question: “Why ride with you, and not a local?” and to that question, this is my answer: Even if there were succesfull and organised tour operators…

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The Icelandic Story

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Apart from giving classes on Iceland, exploring it with my girlfriend and hopefully overall have a fantastic time, I want to seize the opportunity and do a little article about Hard Enduro on Iceland. I heard the scene has grown a lot since my last visit in 2016, and while I already talked a little…

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Iceland 2.0

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This is actually happening, I’m going back to Iceland! Super happy to have such good contacts around the world and I can’t thank my danish-speaking Icelandic friend Gatli for pulling some strings and making this trip a reality. I’m truly blessed having people like him in my corner and I can’t wait to revisit this…

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Dual Sport Course

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This past Sunday I enjoyed the privilege of coaching 6 grown-ups. We’re talking an age-average of 40something. Big-Bike owners are usually a fair bit older than those that own an Enduro bike, so it wasn’t surprising that I would be the youngest. Ironic, isn’t it? On the course we went through all the basic stuff…

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Vorupwhat? Vorupwhere? Vorupør 🇩🇰🏄‍♀️👍

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If you’re ever travelling to the remote European country called Denmark, first thing you’ll check out is probably Copenhagen (which, due to it’s large international airport, is one of the first places a tourist experiences)… however, once you’re done with the big city hustle and bustle, any dane who’s seen more of the country would…

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Exploring Catalunya

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In 2007 and 2008 I was a frequent RyanAir traveller and visited my danish friends Klaus & Kjeld in Cantabria more times than I can remember. I was only 22 years old and eager to get out of Denmark, and while I did manage to establish a lifestyle with a very loose connection to Denmark…

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