No car, no kids and now no partner well something generally gives in a cyclist life if it isn’t the money it’s the time spent trawling the internet and then there is the actual riding,
Looking back I could of spent less and ridden not quite as often but as Sarah said after she left, I wouldn’t be the same person.
In all fairness we get along now as well as we did before I became an addict,
So I think it’s down to how you prioritise your life and money,
Mortgage and bills come first then food then bikes and nothing really matters after that and to be honest there’s not a lot left either to spend on fast cars and a loose women,
My only other passion in life is Oliver my GSD he has illness that can’t be cured and returns every couple of years so with no pet insurance it’s a £1000 bill so as this year bike purchases become second on the list
I just lost my Chow... Liver cancer came back. 12 happy insanely expensive years and I wouldn't have spent the money any other way