At age 16 I decided moving to Skara where I was able to combine cycling and school in a better way. It was a big step moving away from family and friends, but I have learned a lot from that.
When I became junior I made a few good results with podiums at international races. I got my first pro-contract with Team Bianchi MTB at age 18. After four years in the celeste-green jersey I moved on to Full Dynamix in 2008.
2009 I signed a contract with Team Felt International, but after financial problems I had to leave the team. As from 11 of june 2009 I was racing for Jan Ten Tusschers team Debrink- Tentussher based in the Nederlands.
Represented Rabobank-Giant Offroad team 2010 to 2012 and 2013-2014 Giant Pro XC Team.
As the Giant team ended their support of a worldclass team in the end of 2014 I found myself on the hunt for a new ride.
In 2015 I represented South African based Kargo Pro MTB Team.
For 2016 and beyond I’m back on Swedish turf riding for newly established Serneke-Allebike MTB Team.
Living in Säter which is where I grew up. Moved back in autumn 2012. Here I have a bunch of cool trails, local dirtjump place and an area rich of cyclingbuddies.
My final goal is to reach the very top. I know there´s a lot of work, but I am confident and motivated! I am surrounded with a great setup and supports from my family, team, sponsors, national team, Toppfysik and several others.
Born: 1985 in Falun, two hours north of Stockholm
Location: Säter, Sweden, between being on tour
Family: Fiance Anna and children Sune and Ebbe
National club: Serneke-Allebike CK
UCI-trade team: Serneke-Allebike MTB Team
Height: 173 cm
Weight: 62-65 kg
Shoe size: 40-41
Hair color: Mainly dark
Main weapon: Allebike FS 27.5
Beside biking: 100% family man
18th World Championships, Champéry
1st Swedish Championships ITT (MTB), Borås
1st Swedish Championships XCO, Borås
1st Swedish Championships Team Relay, Borås
1st British MTB Series, Sherwood Pines
1st Svelvik XCO, Norway
1st Drammen XCO, Norway
1st Nissim Yabo Bike Trophy, Groesbeek
18th World Cup XCO, Champéry
21st World Cup XCO, Dalby Forest
19th World Championships XCO, Mnt St Anne
1st Bundesliga XCE, Albstadt
2nd Bundesliga XCE, Saalhausen
2nd Bundesliga XCO, Saalhausen
1st Shimanoliga Skov XCO, Denmark
1st Belgacom XCO, Beringen
1st National series overall CX, Sweden
1st Swedish Championships CX