Various moments #4

Various moments #4

I know they are right when they say FIND YOUR PASSION and follow it. I was lucky to find it early in my life at the age of 12, when my dad bought me my first scooter. From then on, I was all about motorcycles. This was the medium that I was passion about and which opened many doors and introduced to many handshakes over the past 16 years.

Bikes has always been an extension of me, my body. When riding I always felt like becoming one with the bike. ¬†And it’s just an amazing feeling, now in re..

Various moments #3

Various moments #3

Dan Pena and Napaleon Hill – two people I respect – always says – FOCUS ON ONE THING.

The one thing I kept my focus on was two wheels – I kept focus on the front wheel (motorcycles), while the rear wheel was sliding sideways and collecting memories all around. If it wasn’t for motorcycles, I wouldn’t have made so many good friends, hadn’t had so many job opportunities and businesses, haven’t been a journalist for 3 different motorcycle magazines, or organized Baltic states Supermoto champio..

Various moments #2

Various moments #2

So two years ago I was completely fed up with motorcycles and I decided to pivot my life away from motorcycles. And I experienced a different kind of life, exploring, searching for something and finding myself. But truly something was missing – it was that focal point, to which I would be approaching. Loosing your direction in life is not a pleasant feeling, though it teaches you a lot. As time has passed I find that a break from the ‘melting pot’ has given me space and time to think, and come..

Various moments #1 – getting to know your bikes better than yourself

Various moments #1 – getting to know your bikes better than yourself

I was so obsessed with bikes in the past that I wanted to know everything about them – all the types, makes, styles, brands, what were the bike made of, how they ride, what they sound, what are inside them – I knew them more than I did myself. And that is a mistake I want to share with you so you could learn. I found that in life it is as important to know yourself, as I did know my bikes. If I had the love for myself as I had for the bikes, I wouldn’t have had to quit my career in motorcycles..

Urbanija – Follow your passion

Urbanija – Follow your passion

In 2009, me and my friend opened an extreme sports inventory shop. We followed our passion for the bikes, cars, motorcycles and everything that had adrenalin in it – so the shop was all about that + some stylish boutique particulars. One of the great moments were running the business by our own, lessons learned and moments cherished. Though overseeing the demand and supply in the market forced to close after 1.5 years of work, but doing what you love matters the most.