August 15th 2008 PDF Print
Sunday, 17 August 2008

Day 4.

They arrived in the Faroe Islands and rode about 70km/43mi between Thorshavn and Vestmanna. They'll be spending two nights in Vestmanna and riding around the majority of the islands tomorrow.

The weather is great, sun and little wind.

Look in the album for the trip for pictures from today.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 August 2008 )
August 16th 2008 PDF Print
Sunday, 17 August 2008

Day 5.

It's been a good day today. Typical Faroese weather; sun, rain, fog, calm and windy, changing frequently.

They've already seen most of the islands, the most northern part that's inhabitatet, Viðareiði which is on Viðoy, the Gásadal and airport in Vágar, Eiði and Gjövg on Eysturoy as well as crossing the only bridge over the Atlantic Ocean, just to name a few things.

All of this translates into 300km/186mi of riding today.

They're back in Vestmanna and will be spending another night.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 17 August 2008 )
August 12th 2008 - The Jouney Begins PDF Print
Thursday, 14 August 2008

Day 1.

A new trip. Einar and his wife, Edda, will be riding their motorcycles around the Faroe Islands and Scotland, using the ferry Smyril Line for transport.

Today they rode from Reykjavik to Akureyri, spending the night at Hotel Akureyri.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 August 2008 )
August 10th 2007 - Keflavik - Reykjavik - MotorMax PDF Print
Tuesday, 14 August 2007

The travelers arrived at 06.55am in Keflavik and were joined with their families, friends and the media. Hrafnhildur Halldórsdóttir from Radio 2 in Iceland interviewed the two brothers, Dossi (their dad) as well as their wives.

This wasn't quite the end of the journey as they still had to go from the airport to Reykjavik and MotorMax where they took off from some 3 months ago. About 30 motorcyclist joined them on the last leg of the trip and it was fun to see the row of motorcycles snake along the road.

When they arrived the celebration began as the owners of MotorMax as well as a large group of people had gathered there to welcome them home. A large cake had been baked and a map of the world, marked with their approximate route, put on it.

Around the world, Nothern hemisphere, has now ended. It took them a total of 95 days from start to finish. Congratulations!

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 15 August 2007 )
9. ágúst - New York PDF Print
Thursday, 09 August 2007

Þá er það síðasti dagurinn í New York.

Eins og venja er þá þarf að tékka út af hótelum fyrir klukkan 12. Þegar heyrðist frá þeim voru þeir að klára að pakka niður og svo var bið þangað til farið var út á flugvöll.

Flugið er  klukkan hálf níu í kvöld.

Allir heima eru orðnir spenntir að hitta hringfarana sína. 

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