I’ve read and re-read the newspapers multiple times. Both online and on paper they all said the same thing. The story of a very long, adventurous trip: 11.000 km crossing 11 European countries with North Cape as the destination. A part of the trip by car, another alternating trekking and cycling. A total of 11.000 km to get there, to the Artic Sea.
I don’t believe anything that I’ve read. Because I know Andrea and Massimo, the supposed protagonists of this feat, and they don’t seem at all the right people to do something like that. I’m talking about Andrea Devincenzi and Massimo Spagnoli. Do you know them?
I know them a little bit. I know about a thing or two.
A thing that really is an enormous thing, gigantic. About a car crash. An amputation. A void that cannot be filled. A leg that is no more: a fate they both share.
I don’t believe the newspapers. To me they are all lies. And for that reason the only thing left to do is one. Ask the people concerned for clarification.
At the WeFree Days I will go for just that reason. To ask Andrea and Massimo very simple questions: “How is it possible? How did you do it? Is it all true?”