The big question
What if you were a racer at heart and adventurous by nature? What if you now and again decided to leave the safety of everyday life and forgot your self-imposed limits to test what you were truly capable of? Would you take on the toughest races on the planet? Would you leave the routines and seek adventures in the wild and jaw dropping nature near and far? Would you? Yes
in 59 days
Rad am Ring
July 24, 2021
700 km in 24 hours on Tarmac bike
in 16 days
Eastern gravel exploration
June 11, 2021
1200 km in 5 days on gravel bike
Racer at heart
Badlands, Iberica Traversa, Styrkeprøven, Race Around Iceland, Panceltic Race, Dirty Jutland, Race Around Denmark.
I love racing. And I love longer, tougher races. The physical and mental side of it. You can’t win on one of them alone. That’s what I train for. Those are my goals.
Make training an adventure
When training for long endurance, why not go explore?
I’m training using the polarized training method, which means that 80% of my training is done at lower intensity to prepare my body for long endurance. At that intensity I’m able to focus on the surroundings in which I train. Enjoy the landscape, feel the rain, think. So I decided that in order to push myself I would take on adventures and go bike-packing, off the beaten track or just plain go and explore the roads less travelled. It’s a win-win: Training and exploring at the same time. I do it year round.