Hi Mark, I know what you mean, it all seems to take a little thinking about at our age, what with nearing retirement age and other commitments. For me, I have done everything I have ever wanted to in my life and this one last thing I have put off until the kids could fend for themselves if the worst was to happen to me. And so I’m still on course and everything is going as planned. I suppose in one way, a job isn’t an issue for me as I am a builder and can do pretty much anything, so getting a truck and a few adverts out on my return and I’m back in business. If I return that is :). I have been working on this and wanting this for so long, that I don’t care if I’m away for 10 years if need be. I didn’t know you were in Myanmar, I bet is is amazingly different living and working there. Who knows, Brexit may open up some new opportunities. I did consider Japan, but it was just such a distance to go up before coming back down again :). I haven’t rule out the Philippines though. A couple of years ago I was in Manila, Boracay, and Puerto Princessa, and I loved it. But first things first, I need to start cycling :). I wish you all the success with your own plans Mark, keep me up to speed and I will do the same. Steve
And then the bonus: Boost gave us enough space for ” tires and tons of mud clearance, perfect for the ever more demanding XC courses. And similar to what we did on the . the ONE+ also provides space to put in a ” tire! While there are other frames that offer to fit both wheel sizes, they are usually heavy and not that much fun. Because the ONE+ has a zero-compromised XC frame that is still sub-900 gram, it’s super light not only as an XC racer but also as a + tire go-anywhere bike. This makes it not only an interesting option for tough, fun rides but even for very demanding XC courses. More tire, more fun, more speed!
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