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If I had to pick a favorite beach on Bali its Balangan! One of the few spots that are still fairly unexploited and has the charm of bamboo sheds on the beach! Went over there today just to check it out and jumped in the water for a bit and got a few fun rides, nothing huge but super fun waves as usual! 

Its pretty funny down here as Janni, Fabian and Bakke all have great cameras so when we get back to our place I have to collect memory cards from a bunch of different camera, but it sure is fun to blog when you get back with pics like this every day! Decided that I am going to increase the level on this blog over the next few months as I have become super addicted to taking pics and in order to get better I have to focus more and learn from these boys! 

Heading back to Balangan tomorrow and the Uluwatu in the afternoon, dont have to many days here so we have to make sure to see as much as possible in a few days! ;-)



Finally a good nights sleep! Slept like a baby all night long so woke up super rested and reasy to surf! Walked down to the beach (5 mins from our place) and when we arrived it look pretty good, but once we got out it totally died down and I did not see a single person catch a decent wave in 45 minutes, and as usual the waves came back just as we decided to head back in for breakfast! haha

Feels a little strange to rent random boards every day, but as we are here as a group its kind of nice to not drag around a board all the time, and to be honest I am far from a killer surfer so I dont think its the board that will make me crush the waves! haha

Off to Bingin or Balangan right now to check that out, have not been in 7 years so will be fun to see how it has changed!


Team Tourist

I will admit that blogging on a location like this with the company of Bakke and Wester is a whole lot more fun than a grey day in a city with an Iphone! ;-)  

After our little surf session we went home to our villa and chilled by the pool for a few hours, but as I was in need of a pair of sun glasses and flip flops we went for a stroll on the streets of Seminyak, love walking around here checking out all the special shops they have here in Bali that offer things you will not find anywhere else!

Will post a bunch more pics of our place tomorrow as the photo boys have ran around with their cameras all night taking epic pics, but right now its dinner time and hopefully a long nights sleep after that!


Surf team!

Usually I am a master of jet lag and how to sleep on flights in order to get into the new time zone right away, but on this trip I have been sucking!  No sleep on the plane, woke up at 00.30 wide awake, so ran e mails for 3 hours and fell back asleep at 04.30, not ideal at all!  But once we got down to the beach and jumped in the water I forgot all about it!

Today we hired a surf coach the get Janni and the boys going while I was chief photographer on my board! Small and perfect for them to learn and great for me to slow start things with my knee! So happy to have such a talented girl, Janni really crushed it today with a 90% stand up rate on all the waves! ;-) Looks like the surf is picking up tomorrow so I might have to try my limits a bit more, but fantastic to start like this!

I can't say how much I love this place, I think that once I quit skiing I might have to call this home for a few months every year! Chilling at the pool for the rest of the day as the lack of sleep is starting to take its toll, but if we stay awake today we should be good to go tomorrow! 


Air to Water

And we are finally here! Landed in Denpasar at 14.30 where we got picked up by Chandra Villas pick up service (the most amazing place ever, more pics on that tomorrow) Got changed real quick and ran down to the beach and rented a couple of boards for a sun set session! Waves were far from epic but it was amazing to jump in the water for an hour. Janni had her first day on a board and got up on her feet after 10 mins, I am saying that its because I am a great coach, but she thought I sucked and just pushed her into waves without telling her war to do! haha Good thing she is a tough girl! ;-)

Dead right now so we are off to bed, so stoked to be back on this island again!



As we had a couple of hours here in Bangkok I figured that I would jump in and say hi here! Had quite a long 10.5 hour flight from Stockholm and for some reason I only managed to sleep for about 45 minutes. So I am guessing by the time we jump in the water this after noon I might be pretty tired! haha Have another 3.5 hour flight down to Denpasar so I will do my best to sleep some more on that flight, but my head is already surfing so I will see how much I will be able to sleep! ;-)


Off we go!

Usually travel means work, so heading to the airport with 3 friends with nothing but sun and surf on the schedule feels amazing! Its me Janni, Bakke and Fabian Wester who are about to board a plane to Bangkok here in about an hour, so since both Bakke and Fabian are great behind the camera we should have about a million pics from this trip! I will try to take it easy on the surf front to be smart on my knee so i will try to focus on my surf teaching skills to see who of the three that will get the furthest in their surf carrer in the next 10 days. I figured that if Janni can get a hang of it, we can head on surf trips together which has to be the ultimate vacation!

Was fun to pack up my new bags yesterday and look through all the new details. Its one thing to design new stuff in 3D but getting the real deal is a lot more fun! ;-) Have a few limited examples of this stuff for sale at now in November before the main shipment comes in December. Hope you guys like it, I am happy that I am blessed to work with such a great team at DB, love taking ideas to reality!


Car Project 2015

I had planned on keeping this build a secret until we had some more to show, but since I think my blog has been a bit boring lately I changed my mind! ;-)  So say hello to the 2015 car project- RS6 DTM RR

Over the past few years I have had everything from Lambos to R8s to the Rebellion so figuring out what to go for next was not an easy task. But after having spent a lot of time in the RS6 I realized that its the best car out there, but I always like to put my own touch on things so over the past few month I have been trying to figure out how to improve it further. The answer is a complete DTM wide body carbon conversion by non other than Leif Tufvesson. A stripped race interior, the most extreme brakes Movit could produce, a new chassi and a full on mega engine build by Stertman Motorsport. The instructions to Leif and Stertman was simple- Build the fastest wagon possible, that can still handle 50000km per year and being snowed over and started in minus 20 degrees.  

So a few days ago Leif started the surgery and Per Nilsson was there to shoot some video and pics, felt a bit tough to see Leif cutting up a new RS6 but I trust him, so stay tuned for more updates, can't wait to see if we manage to build the Ultimate race winter tourer! ;-) Think its going to be a wild one! 


High tech!

Just came across the Audi RS7 a few days ago and I will admit that it was the paint job that cought my eye at first, super cool to see that the official Audi cars seem to have quite a bit of inspiration from the earlier camo versions I did! As I am am working on a new version its cool to see this and maybe there is some inspiration that i can take from this one! ;-) I do like a lot of lines on it!

Insane to read about the tech that is available now, pretty soon Gumball might be a walk in the park when you put Istanbul in the GPS and lean back for a good days sleep while we get to where we need to go! haha Last day in Sthlm so i am off to the gym to get my shoulders ready for some surfing!


Wrapping transformation!

Good morning Stockhom! I just woke up here at Jannis moms place just outside the capital where we spent the night. Had kind of a horrible day yesterday where everything that could go wrong went wrong. The roads in central London where closed so we got a 30 min power walk (with luggage) to the train station so got to the airport all sweaty. Then my passport did not match the name on my tickets, when we finally figured that out we had to pay 80€ in overweight… It was just one of those days…

On a totally different subject, I got this time lap video of when the Rebellion got wrapped before this years Gumball. Incredible to see what one can do with a bit of foil! Big thanks to Wrapzone for always helping me out last minute! Have been trying to figure out a new look for this year, but I have to admit that I have a hard time figuring out how to upgrade the current camo look. I kind of know what I want, but I just can't put it down on paper!

48 hours in Sthlm before we fly to Bali, so I think I might have to go look at some surfboards and board shorts! ;-)