underneath the mandarin tree in southern Spain two years ago. Andrea and I are back in Spain in the name of love.
Distance eventually takes its toll. The new crankset is pleased to be mounted on my workhorse.
Time and space flow in imaginary lines down the steep sections of the beautiful town Åre, Sweden.
Since opening my eyes after the nighttrain organized by Xtravel to Åre on Sunday I have been a part of an adventure that is unique, gnarly, classic and full of crazy lines approaching a ice-slope in Ice-Cross Downhill.
People from around the world are here to master a ice-course produced by RedBull.
Intensity, insanity and confidence on ice is key to make it down without crashing.
Schedule_ Thursday Qualifying___Saturday Finals! Film from Åre @ RedBull website
traffic lights, one way or another you have to lay low on a tall bike to snake your way through the streets of Stockholm. Here att Nybrogatan things got hectic as this guy showed up.
A Legendary surf-photographer from Southern California, Jeff Flindt now living in southern Sweden joined our crew here in Stockholm for a surf-expedition north of our capital. Jeff paddled out with fins and camera in the coldwater and embraced our local interpretation of riding a lefthand pointbreak.. You might hope to see some photos from that session, well you have to wait, Jeff is heading to Hawaii for the eleventh time to catch the north shore season of surfing along with his swedish wife and family tomorrow night.
What Jeff needed to travel was his kids passport that was stuck at the US-embassy here in Stockholm, he called me up this afternoon and told me about the situation, I went to pick it up and rode straight the Ryska Posten headquarterss and got it shipped of expression style for him to have it in his hands by tomorrow. Easy as could be to help out a fellow man.
This story isn´t the first from my meetings with Flindt. Jeff´s brother Jimmy is North American Champion of Downhill skateboarding -07 and we have raced together in US and Canada.