Radio gaga…

About nine months ago Linnea from the Swedish Public radio show Ute med P1 contacted me about tiny escapes and fat bikes. Ute med P1 is a radio show about people who leaves the comfort of civilization for the adventures of the great out doors. Linnea wanted to ride with me and i took her to one of my favorite spots, Sandön.

It was late summer and we were in search of low tides and talked about getting away even when the time for adventures are limited. We had great weather and went trail and beach riding. Linnea was quite tough, we did almost 30 kilometers.

We had such a great time we decided to do a winter ride too, at the exactly same place. And a few weeks ago we went back to the shores of Sandön only this time on the ice.

Double selfie at the canal six months apart.

Once again we went to Ourorobors and rented a Small size Icecreamtruck for Linnea. It´s really cool to get the contrasts of riding the same place with a six month gap.

We headed out on the south side along the shores. This time we didn´t have the time to go all around the island but a good spin, coffee and sandwiches on the ice is really all you need.

It was great fun and such an honor to be a guest on the show.

The show is available online but it´s of course in Swedish.  Check HERE  for the whole show.

The Johanna Episode, Podcast #8

Me and Lars invited Johanna Myrland to the show. We talk about her downhill adventures in Boliva and how she came up with the idea of starting a Bike Club in Luleå. Listen to it HERE

Lets make a @mtnbikeradio #podcast #girlsthatride #likeagirl with @larshuring @johannamyrland @swedishlapland

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Episode #5 Arctic Adventures on the air

While in Björkliden we recorded a new episode for the podcast on Mountainbikeradio.com with guests Kevin Hodgson from the UK and Fredrik Broman, Aurorasafaricamp/Humanspectra.com

Quite messy and chaotic but we had great fun recording it. Check it HERE!

New episode soon on @mtnbikeradio from #bjorkliden #swedishlapland

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