A life of adventure

A life of adventure · 05. February 2019
How did I become a full time adventurer? Today I am very fortunate to have turned my biggest passion into my profession. It was no easy path and for sure an uncommon one. Here comes my story with the events that led to where I am now.
A life of adventure · 29. June 2018
It's painful, miserable, seems never ending and is potentially dangerous. I have for sure never suffered so much and felt so miserable as last year in Siberia. So why am I excited to go through all of this again, this time even a month longer? When things are tough I tell myself: " Pain is temporary but memories of a great adventure stay forever". And that's exactly the case. Already at the finish line I had forgotten all the misery and was dreaming about the next adventure. You won't remember...
A life of adventure · 16. June 2018
One of the biggest challenges of an unsupported long distance ride is finding food and getting these 7.000 - 9.000 calories that you need every day. So how do I manage finding the right food in remote and exotic locations? It's very simple, I don't find it and hunting for food is the single most important concern of my daily life on the road. It's not the ultra light bike or the daily massage that puts the supported rider at such a massive advantage but foremost having a constant supply of...
A life of adventure · 10. June 2018
Whether you plan your first small adventure or breaking an endurance record, preparation and mindset are crucial. First, I believe that everyone can take on an adventure and do a ride or run that is far longer than most people imagine. The hardest part is actually committing to it and just do it. Through regular sport, your fitness and mindset will improve to the point that you can then take on bigger challenges. However, if you want to break a record or want to participate in ultra racing,...