Anything is possible!

Beginning of 2017, I swapped my job as a management consultant for my passion: adventure cycling.

With half of my luggage I moved to a new country where I didnt know anyone and didnt speak the language.

A bold move but I never looked back because there is nothing more that makes me feel alive than riding my bike, exploring world, meeting new people, connecting to nature and being part of a global community.

My mission goes beyond cycling – it is about going outside exploring the world, about creating your own path and about daring to push your physical and mental limits – because anything is possible!

Huge Thanks to my Partners:

How to create your own path?

Recently  I was interviewed about my decision of quitting a career to pursue my passion. In this podcast, I talk about the ups and downs of creating my own paths, what it takes to do so and why I never look back.

Anything is possible as long as you put your mind to it!

This summer, I completed the  Haute Route Triple Crown, a three week 2650km cycling challenge with over 62500m of climbing. As the only female among 22 racers I aim to inspire specifically women to  dare to take on big challenges.

Raw and Real Storytelling

Through vlogging I am sharing the raw and real experience of my adventures. For example, during the Haute Route Triple Crown I had good days when I loved sharing my experience and there were awful days where the last thing I wanted is to talk.

More Real and Raw adventures on YouTube:

The Vuelta Ride

I will ride the entire route of one of the toughest cycling races in the world – the 3300km Vuelta a Espana with the mission to inspire others to ride bikes and to explore the world. This message is especially targeted towards women as there is a major gap in participation.

Brands I have worked with:


My articles have appeared in magazines, newspapers and blogs in Europe, USA and Australia.

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