From Cup to ShockAbsorber: being a woman requires other items than being a man. This is a post for woman in the saddle.
Review about one of the most important items of a rested life while living outdoors.
5 hand-palm sized non-cycling essentials under $30 When you read my blog you might have come to understand I try to live a basic life and make do with as […]
I explain how to make a hobo stove. And while you are making one, why not making an alcohol stove as well.
These brakes are excellent. That is, if you know how to repair them when they snap. I have ridden with Magura for about 2.5 years without much problems. They are […]
An interview about the life I lead on a bicycle. I am not a master in letting go of control, but it’s true, to some extent, that I have not much fear.
The Svea was designed in 1920 and the technology is simple. A design that is not the best option to choose for a stove on an extended cycle trip. The […]
Update December 2017 First and foremost, after cycling more than 4 years, only a few brands are so good that I chose them again, would I have to. Therm-A-Rest, Cumulus and […]
Review rain jacket Patagonia The very last moment before I would set off to South America, including rainy Patagonia, I decided I needed a new rain jacket. I had two […]
An honest review about (6 years old) Cumulus sleeping bag Updated February 2019 The good and less good points are below the photo’s. December 2018: After the sleeping bag ripped […]