Work less, play more. In Praise of Idleness. Since Facebook, Twitter and the rest of social media has taken over, no need for personal blogs anymore. Here is my last and final post, that describes my philosophy of life best: In ...Read More

Yeah - another year of strong wind at the 2010 Cape Argus Cycle tour, the world's largest timed cycle race with over 38,000 participants. After last year we thought and would have hoped for an easy ride, but the Cape ...Read More

Yeah - what a weekend! Over 40 Celsius on Sunday, which made the race organizers of the Argus MTB Challenge stop the 55km route even before the cut off time! Had a fantastic time - and good results on Saturday, but ...Read More

This is my 5th trans alp crossing on a mountain bike, and the second after the 2007 trip that I did with Kai and Thomas. This time, I bought a Garmin Oregon 300 navigator and downloaded maps and mountain bike tour ...Read More

Last weekend we participated in the two Two Oceans marathon (half and full 56) and despite a chaotic start with overcrowded people we had a fabolous day. Run was super slow (took 30 minutes for first 4 kilometers) but from Southern ...Read More

Just thought I quickly plot the route map of the Cape Epic pro log that we road yesterday, and also upload some pictures of the event: [umap id="27110" size="m" alignment="left"] Here we go with more pictures [gallery link="file"] Read More

It is assumed to be the toughest and most challenging mountain bike races in the world - the Absa Cape Epic presented by adidas. This year's route change will see Cape Town as the start and also hosting the time ...Read More

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