The North Sea Cycle Route follows a 6000 km long path from the city of Bergen in Norway all the way along the coast around the North Sea to the village Norwick on the Shetland Islands.
500-some km of the great North Sea Cycle Route’s 6000 km go along the North Sea Coast of Jutland. In Denmark known as the Westcoast, hence the routes Danish name, Vestkystruten (Westcoast Route). The danish westcoast is famed for its strong winds, great waves and wide, sandy beaches, in the north and the Wadden Sea in the south. Continue reading The North Sea Coastal route→
In Denmark the winter is long and dark. So if you want to keep cycling, you need some proper lightning.
On my old Specialized touring bike (see Cycling home for Christmas) I have used a Shimano dynamo hub (DH-3N80) with both head- and taillight for several years. It has worked perfectly ever since installing. A no worries system. Next to the great lightning power it is convenient never to have to think about bringing your battery lights, when you leave home.
A no worries system
On the Specialized I have went through all phases of headlight development. I started out with a regular light bulb, driven by a dynamo on the rear wheel. The lamp had a nice yellowish light, but did not really illuminate the road. Then I moved to a halogen lamp and the road in front of me got brighter. Finally, I got my self a B&M LED headlight, which gives a colder but a much stronger light. It has been on the bike for 3 years now and still works flawlessly. Continue reading Let there be light!→
In the summer 2012 I spend the summer school holidays biking the lovely island of Bornholm with my family: my partner, our two girls, of 9 and 6 at the time, and me. Having lived on the island some years ago, we knew most of the roads, and what we wanted to show the girls and to see again ourselves. Continue reading Bornholm roundtrip with kids→
Dedicated to the simple pleasure of riding a bike – preferably in stunning landscapes and beautiful weather, but less can also do.