This is Rob. Rob will soon ride the world on his Honda c90. We had a chat about his plans a while ago. Rob is also a firefighter. That is why I had the chance to be one today as well. What a honorable and grateful job these guys fullfil. Thanks firefighters & thanks Rob, enjoy your adventure. 🙏
I dress up in suit. Sis marries. I like it ❤️
so yeah.. this book. (and its prequels)
New blogpost online. Topics include: why I have been silent for a while, vipassana, porn, my new job, ánd it includes a 16 min bicycle trip drone compilation video. Link in bio.
In their 'materialism' exposition Studio Drift breaks down everyday products into their raw material inputs. See here an average city-bicycle. From largest to smallest quantities of material this is what a bicycle is build of: rubber, polyurethane, steel, aluminum, lacquer paint, acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene, polyoxymethylene, gel, stainless steel, polycarbonate, brass, magnet, glass fiber. Felt some extra appreciation for this device and human ingenuity while cycling home.
Are you prepping for a world tour on a bicycle? Prevent being called a cycling-noob while doing so. I'll be sharing my prepping insights during an informative night @devakantiefietser on oktober 9th. If you're serious about a long distance trip, this is one not to miss. Find a link to the event info in my bio. The night will be held in Dutch.
Surreal double rainbow 🌈
I'm back in Holland for three months now. It was around this time last year that I was crossing the pamir mountain range in Tadzjikistan. The news that some bicycle tourers were recently killed in this region deeply disturbs me. My condolences to the families involved. The occurrence is at sharp contrast with my experience of cycling in Tadzjikistan. I consider the pamir highway the absolute highlight of the trip and feel sad for the negative effect on tourism this news will have. Hope the guys of @nieuwsuur who just interviewed me are able to emphasize the beauty of bicycle touring and Tadzjikistan in their item tonight besides spending time to grieve the terrible happenings.