The Rolling Hobo
There are no blanks on the maps anymore but the dark corners still have secrets. Curiosity drives me to stay off the beaten track and to push on where the trail ends. One never knows what the shadows hide. The variety of peoples, cultures and landscapes of The World never cease to amaze me. Adventure enduro ties everything together. It is the perfect discipline.
The winter is finally over, even up here in cold northern Estonia. To be honest, I had completely forgotten how miserable winter is up here. My old home, Berlin, was already basking in lovely spring days, while up here we only received more snow. However, now that the snow is gone, it turns out that Tallinn is paradise for enduro. So exactly the the opposite of Berlin in that sense too. There are several large riding areas just around Tallinn. The closest one, Männiku, is 8 km from my garage. I went for a spin yesterday, after getting my bike all buttoned up. The Männiku area is mostly pines and very sandy. A lot of tight single track with [...]
Last week I permanently deleted the Hobo Facebook page. The decision to do so had nothing to [...]
The Crimson Trail has proceeded to week two, with some unexpected events with Perra's bike. The Crimson Trail [...]
Day five of The Crimson Trail is live. Perra has more problems with his bike and the Swedes' [...]
The garage sale
There’s always something lying around, that I don’t need for some reason or another. Bike stuff, photo gear and camping equipment, take your pick.