THE ROLLING HOBO2019-06-16T19:12:18+03:00

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.

I’m currently riding

The Prometheus 19 expedition kicked off on Thursday, June 13th. Please see the posts below for updates.

The Armenian finale

July 7th, 2019|Armenia, Expedition, Prometheus 19|

Yesterday morning seemed like a repetition of the morning two days earlier, as we were in the same town and in need of fuel, water and food. With those sorted, we made a quick exit and reconnected with the trail about 10 km Northeast, where it would again climb into the mountains. The trail I had planned would again rise [...]

The trail of despair

July 6th, 2019|Armenia, Expedition, Prometheus 19|

Yesterday morning we left pretty early and headed south towards the Iranian border. We had no plans to cross it, but wanted to see the most southern part of Armenia. We were both a little worn from the previous days of riding, and hoped that the route would go easy on us. This was not to be. Once we were [...]

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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.

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