Part one. A stupid project in stupid times. 2021 has not been very kind to me. First i wrecked my knee in the ski slopes and during Easter i got the Bat flu and spent 8 nights at the hospital hooked up like Neo in the Matrix with all kinds of tubes and needles. The… Continue reading Oh Brother where art thou?
Category: bike packing
Rough trails and shy fish.
Bike fishing by the Norwegian border. I grew up by the sea, where the river comes down from the mountains and reaches the bay of Bothnia. Since i was four years old summer and weekends were spent sailing between the 1200 islands of our beautiful archipelago. Despite having a strong connection to the sea i… Continue reading Rough trails and shy fish.
I always had a special place in my heart for the old Klunkers based on beach cruisers created by the pioneers of mountain biking like Charlie Kelly and Gary Fisher. So when choosing a frame for my new monstercross build Stooge Cycles was the obvious choice. Stooge is a one man band run by Andrew… Continue reading The Speedball
The un-rideable path
It´s that time of year again. Summer is fading away and autumn colors is coming. September is big mountain month. The last five or six years i´ve been heading up to the mountains of Swedish Lapland with friends for proper all mountain adventures. We usually go to Björkliden, far above the the arctic circle, rent… Continue reading The un-rideable path
Sometimes you need a little push. We (me and Sven) has been talking about doing an overnighter at Sandön for years. You who follow my blog knows the big island that kicks off our archipelago is a place i return to both summer and winter. Even tough it´s close and easy to access we´ve never… Continue reading Solstice Overnighter