Welcome to my Enduro journey blog.
Welcome back to me (it’s been years since I last wrote something in here) and welcome to this blog. I decided to bring my website back alive to have an online and up-to-date place to store my references and I figured, maybe one day I’d write about something that either excites me, could inspire you
La Ciénaga de Ocumare I’ll write something about this experience, below is info ripped from wikipedia for testing purposes. La Ciénaga es un humedal costero del Estado Aragua (Venezuela), está situada en el extremo oeste del estado, justo antes de Turiamo. Es una ensenada que posee diversidad de formaciones de corales, ostrales, manglares, flora acuática marina, y además
So this past Saturday I took part of the 1st round of the Danish Enduro Championship, and if you want to see what that looked like, then here’s the 2 YouTube videos I made from the race: . In retrospect there’s a lot of things I would have done different but I clearly didn’t think
Well that was fun! Hadn’t raced for roughly a year and I knew that although I’ve spend a lot of time the last 3 weeks in a gym, I wouldn’t show up strong or in good raceshape. However, that wasn’t my goal and therefore I really enjoyed the ride and didn’t worry about the result.
It’s been a while since I last caught up with this blog and I guess I have tons to say, but I’ll try to keep it short! First of all, Mexico was fantastic! If you didn’t know that Vanessa and I were recently in Mexico, here’s a little recap. While spending days and nights (literally)
Unfortunately, this is happening. There’s very little logic behind making riding schools as a traveller these days, as people are afraid to commit and meet up in groups. Travelling will surely become a possibility again some day, but meanwhile, we’re making other plans (more about them later) While it’s all nice and dandy here in
Are you bringing the essential tools, parts and gadgets with you when you go head first into unknown territory? Or maybe you stay on the safe side and ride what you already know, but just like Gyro Gearloose, you love fixing sh*t and come up with solutions on the spot and never lets a derailed
Not talking about hand sanitiser, face masks or foamy soaps. I’m talking about your backpack and whether or not you have what it takes to get out of a sticky hard enduro situation?! Recently, my backpack game has been shit, limited and far from what it used to be. It’s been way too light and