Trans-Provence on Bike Magazine.com

During the Trans-Provence race week I was posting daily reports of the racing and event for bikemag.com. Riding 50km and racing Enduro each day (typically 6-9 hour days) and then trying to write posts on top of the basic survival needs (cleaning, fixing, eating, sleeping) was quite the effort but the wild times and eventful racing gave me a very creative and open mind to attempt to communicate the week. I say this after every big trip I do but Trans-Provence really was one of the best weeks of riding and living I have ever done. I truly recommend it, not to everyone, but to anyone with at least a little sadomasochist streak and a fetish for good times.

Here’s the complete list of links from the seven days. Photos by Irmo Keizer/Sven Martin and videos by Dom John and Co.

Day one: The Long Wait For Goodnight

Day two: “Mount Storming Hell” and Jerome Clementz’s Pants Off Party

Day three: Pain, Suffering, Resurrection and Another Long Day In The Saddle

Day four: Equations In The Space/Time Calculation Of The Hunger Games

Day five: Cornergate – Moral Ambiguity and Corner Cutting Abound

Day six: Getting Lost In Provence

Day seven: Never-Ending Trouble And Good Times

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2 thoughts on “Trans-Provence on Bike Magazine.com

  1. I’d like to know what was THAT bike that you use. I’m a subscriber of Bike a few years, it’s the best and only that I pay to read.

  2. I say this after every big trip I do but Trans-Provence really was one of the best weeks of riding and living I have ever done. I truly recommend it, not to everyone, but to anyone with at least a little sadomasochist streak and a fetish for good times.

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