You Can’t Buy Happiness – but you can buy an eMTB

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Hannah explains why she thinks an eMTB should be your next gift to yourself if you want to add a little joy to your life. I have never really ‘had money’. For a brief period in my twenties I had a disposable income, and I bought cheese, wine and whisky and paid off my student loans. And then I had kids, worked part time, got divorced, and generally did the kinds of things that puts ones finances somewhere between comfortable and careful. Consequently it can often be hard for me to review products on these pages through anything other than the lens of the saved up for, forever purchase. The bike I would ride until every standard was obsolete and parts non replaceable. Kit I’d wear until it can’t be put back together with glue or safety pins.  That said, I am aware that not everyone approaches shopping and purchases like I do. If everyone took the same ‘as infrequently as possible’ approach to spending any money as I do, we’d need a complete rethink...

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