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Taiwan Cycling Ambassador

2016 just left through the backdoor, filled with amazing adventures and memories. 2017 has just barely started and the first amazing adventure news is here! I have partnered up with the National Student and Taiwan Tourism bureau to cycle around the island of Taiwan and blogging about it, sharing cool pictures […]

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Summer of 2016

I have collected all my blog posts and online diary of my adventures this summer here. Right now I am enjoying the student life again to the fullest in the beautiful Bath while living in the vibrant and diverse Bristol. Of course the daily commute is done by bike ;). […]

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Diary of bike trip

  Enjoy!

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Back in the Saddle

After an amazing hitchike to Porto and a really amazing holiday in Porto and Portugal, it was time after a month of complete rest to fire up the biker engines again. I was nervous, I sincerly hoped my knee wouldn’t pose any problems cycling to the ferry. One last addition […]

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Plan H…ichthike!

A week of total rest. No sporting, no big parties, no travelling to families, total rest. This is what my body apparently needed to fully recover. Now the wait is over and the wanderlust has been itching in my soul again! Just this day I have been longboarding again and […]

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Major trip update

How ironic it was, my last picture was called the ‘mental challenge’. Well that road of over 70km with head wind and trucks passing by, we conquered in mentally. But physically… What started as a minor ache in my knee after the first day – which seemed completely normal, getting […]

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End of First World War and encirlcement of Paris

The past three days we have covered more than 250 kilometers to rest our legs in Fontaineblue. At the moment of writing this, all our clothing is being washed, chains are being lubed and knees are given a rest. Border crossing Yet again we have crossed an institutional border between […]

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Belgium, a country of two.

Belgium has played a much bigger role in the formation of the European Union than one might think. Cycling through Flanders fields, the traces of the two World Wars are still to be found. On this very ground where we have pitched our tent, massive armies fought each other. The […]

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Au revoir Belgique, bonjour France..?

Last night with the amazing setting sun we crossed the border between Belgium and France. The only difference between the two nations was a Jupiler sign on the Belgium side. Tonight I will upload an article of Belgium Borders. For now, we will ride through French countryside. Hopefully today Jeroens […]

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First day, first problems

Leaving for such an adventure, you know you are never quite ready. In the morning me and my travel partner, Jeroen, raced through the city to do some last minute errands. We also decided to skip the Netherlands and take a train into Belgium, we have both cycled more than […]

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