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Join the Grand Finale and the last part of this trip! Ride with me over the Öresund Bridge that connects Sweden and Denmark, visit the small coastal town Bandholm in Denmark - and travel with me through Germany all the way to Switzerland.

Each journey has to come to an end - after nearly two months of traveling the ride back to Switzerland, where we started, was the last stage of this overlanding trip to some of Europes most northern and remote places.

Out first highlight was crossing the majestic Öresund Bridge: It is the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world that combines a railway and motorway bridge. It crosses the Øresund strait between Sweden and Denmark, running nearly 8 kilometres from the Swedish coast to the artificial island Peberholm in the middle of the strait. The crossing is completed by the 4-kilometre Drogden Tunnel from Peberholm to the Danish island Amager.

It didn’t take long until the weather turned bad - and because my travel partner and I had to take a few work calls we decided to look for a hotel earlier than later, still being in Denmark.

Bandholm is a cozy old town with warehouses and idyllic yellow half-timbered houses. In the middle of the 18th century there was a blossoming of the town, due to the discharging of grain and other farming products from the harbour. At its largest, the town had 53 shops. These days Bandholm has only 500 inhabitants - but roughly 200.000 tourists a year visiting the tranquil village and it’s surrounding, like the famous Knuthenborg Safaripark.

From Lolland in Denmark we took the ferry to Fehmarn in Germany - and were heading straight back to Switzerland, with another overnight stop close by Frankfurt.

Do you guys wonder how all the border crossings went with only having a cardboard license on my travelpartner's motorcycle? Tune in to this last episode of the trip - and enjoy a beautiful recap of all the places we visited!


//Join the journey from Switzerland to Nordkapp - to Europes barely inhabited places and it's last big secrets. The wild ride takes my travel partner and me 12.000 kilometres through 6 countries: Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden.

Time of the journey: July 2020 to September 2020

// Welcome to the journey! I am Lea Rieck, a journalist and author and I want to take you with me on a motorcycle overlanding adventure to all the wild and beautiful places in the world!

// I circumnavigated the world solo from 2016-2017 and now I am going to all other places I have not seen yet. Now on the channel: my motorcycle trip around africa/ the first stage of the journey through westafrica.

// Riding a BMW 1200 GSA (2016 model) that was kindly rented to my by a friend

//Equipped by myself (all my usual gear is still stuck in Africa and I self-bought these new items):
Klim Artemis jacket & Krios Pro helmet
BMW Motorrad Pants + gloves
Alpinestar Boots
Leatt Neckbrace (given to me from Leatt as my self-bought neckbrace is still in Africa)

Watch the review of my riding gear here:

//Filmed with:
Drone: DJI Mavic 2 Zoom
Camera: Sony Alpha A7 rIII
2 x Go Pro Hero 8
Iphone 11
Tripod: Manfrotto BeFree
Tripod Iphone: Joby GorillaPod
Editing Program: Final Cut Pro X

//Follow me on:

#bandholm #denmark #switzerland #motovlogger #got2go #learieck
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