As of this month, Me and Azlo will become one of the few WarLight players to actually meet in real life. He will be staying with me part of his Christmas break! btw is there any other WarLight players that have met up in real life? to my knowledge I can't think of any. We will be taking lots of pictures and post a video on...well...you will see.
Anyway, this comes on the heels of some advice I need. Me, Azlo ( Eli ) and Paugers have layed the finishing touches on our plan to go biking across Europe for a year long trip in 2019/2020. We have all done much research on what paths to take but any advice is greatly welcomed. We all are pretty active bikers and outdoorsmen but another problem is the fact that as some of u know, when biking you cant exactly do much storage. And for a year long trip, storage is a big issue.
Also TNU is still looking for writers. I can explain more if ur interested but if you also just want to write one opinion piece, were cool with that too.
Bikers? The newspapers just announced that today is the end of the cycling saison. From the end of October until early April the weather is too cold for any major cycling event to take place. This goes for almost all of the northern hemisphere as well. The world championship in Qatar was the final event of the season 2016. Happy side note: the Belgians overwhelmingly won that competition! :D
So you want to go off and bike around? Now that's too coincidencal and scary for me. Belgium, especially the Flemish part, is a biking country. Interest in cycling competitions has decreased among youth in almost every western civilised country except Belgium where it's popularity still remains in all generations and social categories of the population. Where every town has its own cycling club. Where every amateur cyclist stops at a pub when he finished his bike ride to get a beer. Yup cycling, mountain biking , you call it, it's no surprise Sven Nys unexpectedly won his olympic medal in Rio. He was a Belgian. A superior albility to have in the world of cycling. I'm no kidding. Heck. There's an annual bycicling event in my hometown where competitors from all around the globe participate yet the population of the place where I live in is rather small, only home to 3000 people. Furthermore we have had many cycling legends born here , one of which who has recently won the UCI world championship in the men's under-23 event while being only 19 years old at age.