Eg har aldri vert den som må sykle et sykkelritt for å vinne. For meg så handler det mykje om det sosiale, det å få med meg folk og at folk skal ha det kjekt sammen. Det betyr faktisk så mykje for meg at det nesten kan bli sånn at eg ikkje klarer å slappe […]
Waking up this day knowing that it’s my last day, it’s my last day after 4 months on the bicycle, how crazy is that? How will I react when I’m at the sea side in Tsarevo? Will I be calm? Will I realize what I’ve completed? I guess not!
What a day yesterday, how will my mother react today? I’m hoping that she’s got full batteries and that she’s prepared to cycle 75Km and to cross the boarder to Bulgaria. I’m ready!
Waking up here in Edirne after two amazing restitution days. We’ve spent them just as you should. We’re trying to motivate us for the longest distance for my mother. Our goal is 100Km to Kirklareli.
We’re ready for some boarder crossings again. Imagine that, I’ll cycle into country nr 19 and 20 out of 20 of my trip today. The only thing remaining after todays ride is some kilometers in Turkey and Bulgaria. We are ready for some restitution days in Edirne.