On this page you’ll find some of my motorcycle photos. You should also check out my Videos page. You can use the right and left arrow keys on your keyboard to switch between pictures in the galleries.

MyGSAdventure on Instagram

These are my photos posted via @MyGSAdventure on Instagram. Like, follow and recommend to your friends. Thanks! 🙂


Photos from Summer Adventure 2021

TET Summer Adventures have become somewhat of a tradition. This year’s trip was the lengthiest both in days and kilometers. After my 4020 km ride, it is time to summarize  and share my experiences, and hopefully inspire others to do the same. Take a look at these photos, and I am sure all you wanna do is jump on your bike and do the same!

Black & White Photos from Summer Adventure 2021

A collection of miscellaneous black and white photos from my 2021 Summer Adventure.

Photos from TET Norway 2020 – Southern Section

Here are some of my most memorable moments from my TET Norway 2020 Summer Adventure from July 7th to July 11th 2020. Note that by “Southern Section” I mean the (2020) Magnor to Vågåmo track + the newly added Røros UNESCO track. Enjoy and be inspired!

GoPro Photos from TET Norway 2019 – Northern Section

Here is a selection of photos taken with my bike- or helmet mounted GoPro Hero 5 Black during my adventure on the Northern Section of TET Norway from August 2nd to August 8th 2019. Note that by “Northern Section” I mean the (2019) Vågåmo to Stöten track. Enjoy – and be inspired! 

Vårsleppet 2014

Photos from Vårsleppet 2014, captured with my front- and back-mounted GoPro Hero 3 and 3+.

Galdhøpiggen 2469

As part of my 2012 Summer GS Adventure, I planned to climb the summit of Galdhøpiggen, the tallest mountain in Norway, at 2469 metres. This gallery shows a selection of pictures from that memorable trip.

My 2012 Summer GS Adventure

Pictures from my June 2012, Summer GS Adventure trip.

1. mai vårsleppet 2012

Photos from the 22nd 1st of May Vårsleppet by Jæren MC marking the launch of the 2012 motorcycle season.

Pictures from my GoPro HD Hero 2.

Weekend Trip to Bergen and Sognefjorden

Photos from my weekend trip to Bergen and Sognefjorden Friday 19 August to Sunday 21 August 2011.

Day Trip to Lysebotn and Kjerag

Photos from my day trip to Lysebotn and Kjerag on Sunday 31 July 2011.

Autumn Photo Bike Ride Day Trip

Photos from a magnificent autumn photo-bike-ride-day-trip on Saturday 9 October 2010.

My 2010 BMW R 1200 GS Adventure

Photos from when I went to Lillehammer to pick up my new bike on Saturday 18 September 2010.

My 2007 Suzuki DL 650 V-Strom

This is the bike I used to have from June 2007 until August 2009.


8 Replies to “Photos”

  1. Hello Edgar,

    What a nice site with beautiful pictures of Norway! Norway was for a long time on the ‘to do list’ and this year it’s gonna happen. I drive with my GSA and my friend on his Triumph Tiger 800 and we’ll take the boat from Kiel to Göteborg and drive up to Kiruna. Then we go to the Lofoten Islands and going to the south near by Stavanger and in Olso we take the boat back to Kiel and finally Amsterdam were we live.
    Our trip starts on may 19th en ends on june 2th so we hope the weather is good!

    Best regards,

  2. Thank you for your kind words Gijs! I wish you the best of luck on you adventure. May and June should be perfect time of year for the ride you’ve planned. Ride safe and be happy! 🙂

  3. I am in Cape Town, South Africa. Enjoyed your website – its good to see what Norway looks like too. Where did you get that bar for attaching your GPS? Also, does the wind deflector on top of your windscreen improve aerodynamics?

    1. Hi Godfrey! The Garmin came with all the necessary parts for me to attach it properly, including a set of RAM-mount parts. That’s what I have used. I also bought an original BMW power adapter cable so that the unit is powered only when the ignition is turned on. Works perfectly!

      As for the windscreen, it does not remove wind noise entirely, but it definitely helps. I am 193 cm, and I definitely need it for a more pleasant ride. I haven’t tried any other screens, there might be something out there that is even more suitable, but this is cheap and “good enough”.

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