World Championship


My first ever world championship is a wrap. And it was on home soil! Really cool experience, even though I wished for a (much) better result. Couldn’t really get the┬áriding to my┬átop level, but I’m okay with a 19th place. Below you find some photos shot by the talented Martin I. Dalen. Gate three in

Hectic preparations


Tomorrow I’m riding my first ever UCI Trials World Championship, and it’s in Norway! The last few days have been dead busy, so I haven’t been able to show you anything from my even busier weekend. I did shows in four different locations in three days. In total I had five shows, and almost no

Sandvik’s super gym


So nice to catch up with Eirik Sandvik himself, and hit his super gym again. I think you have to look quite far to find something similar in Norway, when it comes to equipment and knowledge.

Superspeed Sunday


When me and Joacim arrived Oslo airport last night, none of our five bags were there. Kind of a bad situation, as I was going to do two shows this morning. We managed to handle the situation, and we could pick up the bags next morning when the first flight arrived, at 09:25. At 11:15

Worldcup: Finally top 20


I’m so proud that I managed to reach one of my main goals for 2014 today: being top 20 in a world cup. I rode very close to my best, and managed to get a 19th place in the semi finals. First lap started off great, with only two penalty points in the first section.

Worldcup: Ready for semi finals!


Finally did I manage to put together some good riding, and qualify for the semi finals. With a strong field of riders, I’m pretty psyched to do so. The first lap started ok, with two points in the first section. Then I cleaned the follwing two sections. Fourth section (“The Norwegian section”) had some pretty