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Shimano Ambassador Camp Spain

Last weekend Shimano invited me to their yearly Ambassador Camp in Spain. In my mind I already saw us riding through the Spanish backcountry, climbing hills, sweating like crazy, drinking cold Coca Cola, eating ice cream and sharpening those tan lines. Well.. when we arrived at our location near Riaza Spain greeted us not with […]

Mallorca training camp

2018 as my first year of racing on the half IRONMAN distance was quite spectacular as the year started with an(other) injury and ended with the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship – a rollercoaster ride of a year and hard to beat. So what about 2019? New years and new goals often bring a lot of […]

IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Race Recap

One month ago I experienced one of the biggest races of races of our sports, the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. And when I look back to it now, it still sounds surreal that I’ve been there. ..the weeks before: After my last race before the World Champs, an Olympic distance […]

My La Ride on Tenerife: 28k of climbing

La Ride des Belles Filles was all about climbing at least 985m. I did 1593 – and here’s how it was. Luckily I was on Tenerife during the period of La Ride so I could do it on my most favorite streets. We started in a place called Chio to ride up to the Teide National […]

IRONMAN 70.3 Luxembourg Race Recap

WHAT. A. WEEKEND. It took me a bit to realise what just happened and I’m still lost somewhere between the highest excitement and the sorest legs. So, let’s start from the beginning: After talking about this goal of doing an Ironman 70.3 for almost two years it was finally go time. I’m usually the most […]

New bike day: my first TT bike

We all know that by rule #12 the correct number of bikes to own is n+1. So I’m more than happy that my fave, the Liz SL, finally got a little company: Dean. After I fell in love with the Dean last year when I saw it in the Ridley catalogue I got the chance to test […]

Only half crazy – my IRONMAN 70.3 journey

If you’ve been following my older blog posts you might know that I’ve been struggling with a nasty knee injury for about two years. After I got surgery in October 2016 I finally did my comeback race in august 2017 – a sprint distance triathlon in my hometown. Since then I’ve been working really, really hard […]

How to take cycling pictures on your own

It’s been ABOUT TIME to make a blogpost about this because most of the questions that reach me via Instagram are about the following questions: Who takes your pictures when you ride on your own? I pretty much ride (and also run or swim) on my own all the time because that means I’m more […]

Sock game on point!

Socks are probably the most underrated accessory in our sport – and I honestly don’t understand why! As also mentioned in The Rules, socks have an important role in cycling: Rule #27: Shorts and socks should be like Goldilocks. Not too short and not too long. (…) No socks are a no-no, as are those ankle-length […]

A neoprene cycling backpack: NEW PHARAOH

There’s only few things triathletes love more than their bikes, their running shoes and their wetsuits – so, how perfect is it when you can wear the fabric of your wetsuit as a backpack? Sounds strange.. but is amazing. The French brand NEW PHARAOH creates exactly that: neoprene backpacks and cycling accessories. The brand is designed […]