It’s time to bike!

1st of September 2021 I started #BikingForFuture. I began at 10am at Katrineholms city park (stadsparken). I hoped, you could follow this blog about my serious travel every day, but I didn’t always have WI-FI connections. Anyway you can now follow me on a daily basis by checking this link.

I wrote about the issues during this travel as well as about my wonderful hosts, scenic landscapes and border controls – especially about the restrictions depending on the pandemic.

I hoped, that my e-bike and anything of my belongings won’t be stolen. I have done my share to avoid it. I theft-protected my bike and it’s battery and I had an eye on my belongings all the time. To travel by myself was a challenge, of course. I had to find secure places to buy food or use a bathroom. Anyway: I did it for the climate, though it was worth it. I also secured my home. A friend of mine and my landlord as well checked it regularly.

I did prepare my blog with all the places, where I had planned to stay overnight. There were a lot of towns, where I had not found a host before starting the trip and some remained during the tour. If you have any questions about being hosted look for Dorothee Hildebrandt on Facebook, @www-traveller and @ForGrandmas at Twitter or send me an email (dorotheeinternational [at] gmail [dot] com). Thank you so much.

If you are a journalist you have had the chance to help me to get attention for the seriousity of the climate change. There were articles in some newspapers on my way in Sweden and at COP26. I am grateful for that. There were also TV- and broadcasting companies, people, who had podcasts and more, who were writing respectively broadcasting about the climate crisis with me at an example for activism. Thank you so much. I decided not to ask for funding, because I thought, that will not help the climate. I was looking for attention for the climate change and climate emergency and that no politician will longer make empty promises, but will ACT immediately, thinking about all future generations, which will be hurt of this ongoing climate disaster. I also hoped, that the politicians will understand, that it is already 5 past twelve and they will become affected themselves. Therefore: ACT NOW!


  1. Andreas says:

    Amazing, best of luck 🤩🙏☀️

  2. Sandra says:

    I think it’s amazing what you’re doing and it definitely will be worth it! I’ll follow your journey online and I wish you all the best! 🙂

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