Our annual 4 day roadtrip went to the north of denmark, we took our mopeds in two cars and drove them to our starting point in Laurbjerg, where team member Tim lives. From here we went around the Limfjord. Beatifull nature, but sadly we missed alot of it due to bad weather. Check out these pictures, sadly no video this year.
We are back from yet another moped holiday. The whole trip was in the mainland this time, no long bridges or ferrys. Our goal was to go as far north as possible in the time we had. We went to Silkeborg as our turning point, the area there has some of denmarks tallest “mountains” with over 140 meters, lots of lakes and beautiful nature.
The weather was ok most of the time, Saturday was a wet and windy disaster, but that didn’t bother us too much. We couldn’t find an empty shelter, so we called a friend in the region of Esbjerg and slept in his workshop. A huge thanks to Michael! 🙂
Lots of pictures here:
This year was the hottest summer in history, we caught the last days of heat and sunshine in the start of august. 25-30°C the first three days, riding in shorts and t-shirt, amazing.
We started our trip at home, as usual, crossed Jylland up to Kolding where we slept the first night. On the second day we took the partially closed bridge over the “Lillebælt” and rode along the northern coast of Fyn. A short trip past Odense brought us to our second location, a modern shelter in Munkebo.
On the third day, we crossed Fyn from Nyborg to Bøjden. Like the other days, amazing roads and nature. Bøjden is the city where the ferry goes back to Jylland, here we also found our last shelter.
Please enjoy the pictures in the gallery, and the comments below. And of course, video footage from the whole trip.
The end of the 2017 riding season is close, we celebrated this eventful year with a party. We the local artist and rapper L:Ron:Harald come by, to make us some grafitti artwork. While he was busy spraying, we rode our mopeds, raced them and had other fun challenges.
Check the images and video from that day below: