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'm not saying raising kids is easy, cos it's not. Living the family life with all the musts and parental responsibilities can be a bit frustrating. I love having kids, watch them grow up and turn in to awesome little persons and I'm so proud of them. But the family life gets to you. It's… Continue reading The gettaway
The joy of finding new trails. When it comes to riding your local trails some times you just pedal on with out thinking. You know what you get and don't bother to try something new. I recently discovered a sweet little area just a kilometer from my house. The nature preserve of Gammelstadsviken. When i… Continue reading A Wednesday not wasted
November 26:th 2014 i got an email from an Irish bike mechanic who wanted to come over to ride with me on the ice in our archipelago. But due to different circumstances he were not able to make it. We emailed back and forth a bit but we lost contact after a while. About… Continue reading The Emerald Fat bike connection – Part one