Part three! I think most of you have have been enjoying these. Regardless of the bikes (which I like), regardless of the company behind the bikes (which I mostly like) and regardless of the riders (who I really like) this is such a cool thing. As they state in this episode the winner has already finished but, the winner didn’t take dips in lakes and didn’t enjoy sitting down and enjoying fresh melon whilst relaxing. This is the best in adventure by bicycle. Whilst I lie here – I’m not lazy honest! Two more months then I’m ready to push my fitness back up – I can’t wait to have some adventure this coming year. Hope you all do too.

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  • Paul

    “Ja, is not a race. Not since I got so tired I rode into a hillside and the wind blew away my crisps, and I realized I couldn’t win. Now is all about the experience.”

    And selling a new bike model. Obviously.

    • Steve

      I wish I had some sort of like button for this comment.


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