We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect. — Anaïs Nin I enjoyed telling the story of our bicycle journey (cycling from Los Angeles to New York City on road bicycles) and sharing the photographs I had captured along the way very much; and I was looking for a way to save my memories of this epic adventure for my whole life (especially because I had to realize that I have forgotten the details of our last cycling days already…). — Therefore I…Continue Reading “I Wrote A Book”

America On Road Bikes Last year I’ve cycled across America together with a friend. We set off in Los Angeles and ended our journey in New York City several weeks later. Stages Long Beach — Vista (156 km) Vista — Julian (82,3 km) Julian — Brawley (121 km) Brawley — Blythe (141 km) Blythe — Salome (98 km) Salome — Prescott (156 km) Prescott — Sedona (93,3 km) Sedona — Flagstaff (50,8 km) by car Flagstaff — Grand Canyon National Park — Page (338 km)…Continue Reading “America On Road Bikes”

„Say yes and you’ll figure it out afterwards.“ – Tina Fey Even though some spontaneous ideas might seem to be very bad in the first place, they return to be the best afterwards. – Alpine crossing was one of them. The goal to cross the alps on road bikes was on our minds for quite a long time, but when a highschool friend and I sat together and decided not only to cross the alps, but to start our journey in our home city Würzburg…Continue Reading “Throwback: Alpine Crossing”

„It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them“ – Ernest Hemingway Following Hemingways advice my brother and I came up with the idea to get to know our mother country Germany better back in 2012 – so what could possibly be better to grab our road bicycles and get rolling? Well, a plan wouldn’t harm. Soon we decided to race from the southernmost point Oberstdorf to…Continue Reading “Throwback: Tour d’Allemagne”