Lisbon⎜Nordkapp >> The Atlantic Coast

I never thought I´d loved so much cycling in France. I spent quite some time in this country because, well, it is not that tiny.   ROUTE (on the Atlantic coast): Lakabe – Saint Jean Pied de Port Saint Jean Pied de Port – Bayonne – Labenne Labenne – Cap de l´Homy Cap de l´Homy – Biscarosse plage Biscarosse plage – Dune du Pyla Bordeaux … Continue reading Lisbon⎜Nordkapp >> The Atlantic Coast

Lisbon⎜Nordkapp >> Pamplona

I reached Pamplona following the Camino de Santiago crossing Los Arcos, Estella and Puenta la Reina, a small village which separated me from my favorite Spanish city. I was used to cross mountains by now but the wind I faced that day was unbelievable. I now understand why on top they put all those windmills! Anyway, I made it even this time, so good job … Continue reading Lisbon⎜Nordkapp >> Pamplona

Lisbon⏐Nordkapp >> Spain

ROUTE: Monsanto – Valverde del fresno Valverde del fresno – Ciudad Rodrigo Ciudad rodrigo – Salamanca Salamanca – Tordesillas Tordesillas – Valladolid – Palencia Palencia – Estepar Estepar – Burgos Burgos – Santo Domingo de la Calcada Santo Domingo de la Calcada – Viana Viana – Los Arcos – Pamplona Pamplona – Lakabe If Portugal last just few cycling days, Spain took quite some time … Continue reading Lisbon⏐Nordkapp >> Spain

Munich⎜Lisbon by train. Me, myself and my bike.

It all started with: Get those train tickets Franz and move your ass. Not really, It did not begin exactly this way. But when I bought them I had no excuse but to leave. Initially it is all in your head, you have an idea, you start planning, buying maps and stuff you will probably need, but you know, those objects can stay in your … Continue reading Munich⎜Lisbon by train. Me, myself and my bike.

From Lisbon to Nordkapp, by bike

In April 2016 I set off on a solo bike trip from Lisbon to Nordkapp which I reached in August. I have cycled for 8219km crossing Portugal, Spain, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway visiting ecovillages along the way. Yes, it was amazing, and yes I changed, or better I got back to my roots, the ones I was forgetting. Cycling connects … Continue reading From Lisbon to Nordkapp, by bike