Saalhausen equals “up”s: Steep uphills and an upside race!
some reflections and impresseions from this summer ( sorry, only in danish, but the images are nice though )
The movie and the point of view are all from my boyfriend, who raced the Megavalance in Alpe d’Huez
When the Olympic Race in London sets off at august 11th, it will be without my participation. Due to a broken rib, I’m not capable to give my best and therefore the Danish Cycling Federation decided, that letting me start, couldn’t be justified
Watch this video from On Sport about the support I got from the danish Mountain Bike Women to obtain a spot for the Olympic Games in London
Today was another battle race, meaning battling with myself just to get through!.. Last week at the World Cup in Mt. Sainte Anne, Canada, it was also pure battle just to get through. I don’t feel like doing any more battling, I wan’t more racing. On the upside – today actually started as a race for me Read the rest of this entry »
Flat tires in Varde seems to be a Law of Nature for me. I love the course in the gravel pit of Varde, since it’s damn good training for practicing cornering. But both last year and this year I also got to practice the art of fixing flat tires Read the rest of this entry »
I did a Danish race this sunday at the same time, the World Cup in Czech Republic was running. The race was a stress-free and easy test of my ribs, only three weeks after the accident. And what a relief and joy! I was able to race, with no pain or breathing troubles!.. This means I’m ready for the last World Cup in France before the end date of the Olympic Qualification. Read the rest of this entry »