I've been going on long-distance cycling trips all around the world and I invite anyone motivated to join me as I go from Berlin to Copenhagen.
Does it sound like an incredible opportunity? You might not hear that every day.
If you are one of those people who dream about that kind of stuff but don't really know how to go about it, this is for you.
Whenever I talk about my trips, I see a lot of people with sparkling eyes saying things like :
- "Wow it sounds so amazing! I wish I could do the same"
And the truth is, most of you can. All it takes is enough motivation and maybe a little push to take the first step.
What I'm offering here, is that little push. You just have to grab a bike, some clothes, and follow me.
I'm taking care of all the logistics (camping, food, directions, ...) but most importantly, for those interested, I can share my experiences and teach you everything I know about travelling, cycling, camping and generally going on adventures like this.
I should mention, this NOT a touristic trip. It is a real human experience where you will be able to challenge yourself and see if that kind of thing is for you.
I do not want to make a financial profit out of it. You only pay for your own expenses (meals, campsites, ferries, ...). We'll try to keep it cheap and wild (sleep in tents, cook pasta, ...).
Here's the rough plan :
- 700 km from Berlin to Copenhagen
- 8 days (Sunday 10th to Sunday 17th of July)
- 80-90 km / day
- 5-6 hours / day
I'm saying 'rough plan' because I don't like to plan to much in advance to allow for fun & flexibility. And to be honest it will really depend on you :)
You can find some more information about the route here:
The "Travel information" page is quite interesting as well as it gives you some information on how to come back to Berlin by train from Copenhagen or how you can even rent a bike in Berlin and return it in Copenhagen.
Feel free to leave a comment, send me a message via the Contact page or call/text me on WhatsApp : +4917629863690
Looking forward to hear from you,
Anita Posch, founder of BikeSisters wrote a really good article about my story and the genesis of that project :