On Pentecost, you have to ride in Bimbach. Most of the cyclists here in Germany know this saying and I heard so much (and only positive things) about this two-day cycling event in the Rhön in the heart of Germany. This year Christian and I were also allowed to be part of the myth Bimbach - In company with over 6.000 other cycling enthusiasts.
One of my personal highlight of the year - Perfectly organised, great atmosphere, challenging but beautiful landscapes and last but not least 3 stages of racing incl. a time trial - Save the date for 2018 and join the RiderMan!
These were probably the most challenging 24 hours of my life I’ve spent on the legendary Nürburgring. When your body hurts from top to the toes, your mind comes to its very limits and you just continue cycling even though you inner urge wants to quit, then you know that these hours of your life definitely belong to the category “borderline experience”.
I've trained long und hard for this day, now it had come: The 24 hours in Kelheim had been on my agenda and I was already really excited and motivated for this event since a few weeks! I was ready to get so much more out of my mind and body.
Love can be manifold. We need love to live. We search for love during adventures, in our environment and places we feel comortable and we receive love from those who support us unconditionally and have faith in us. Love may hurt but can be so wonderful at the same time. Yes, that’s love and it was also the theme for this year’s Maratona dles Dolomites in beautiful South Tyrol. I think, it was a perfect theme for this day on the bike in this formidable and impressive scenery.