Project Skandiberik, is now the codename of the “walk” with a lopifit (first ever bike and treadmill!) from Trondheim (Norway) to Santiago de Compostela (Spain).
The length of the trip (that I will do alone) should be more than 3,000 miles (5,000 kilometers), crossing eight European countries, in less than two months.
It is about charity. All the funds will let this international federation help transform some of the public’s eyes into this incurable disease (yet) and, nowadays, unfortunately growing more than ever.
It is about health, because five years ago, I didn’t give monkey’s about well-being in my life, and because the lopifit was designed for that!
It is about finding, every day and every night, through Europe, the others’s altruism – showing that all over the world, we can count on each other, if we try. Particularly in those times.
It is about fun, because I have no idea what will happen to me during that journey! Please, go on, laugh at me.
During this charity challenge we will try our best to raise awareness about brain tumours and cancer. We have very little sponsors, as this challenge was quite improvised. And I plan to walk with nothing else than a tent, a bag, a lopifit and others’s kindness – as candid as it seems [stomach rumbling].
We will endeavour to gain great publicity in (or time with) the local or national medias, as well as trying to get viral on every social network: Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and on our own website: www.walkinthemountains.org
So long, farewell!