15 exciting hobbies for retirees that don’t cost a fortune

If you’re on a tight budget, none of their suggestions will break the  bank, and there might just be a hidden gem you’ll be glad you tried.

Get a Motorcycle

A motorcycle is cheap to run and makes getting around much easier. And  contrary to popular belief, motorcycles don’t have to be expensive.

Bird watching is an easy hobby to get started with; you need a decent pair of binoculars and a bird guide, and you’re set.

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Bird Watching

Now you’re retired, you have the chance to do something else and see how it could’ve played out!

Start a Side Hustle

There’s no need to invest in an expensive new bike – used bikes can be affordable and perfect for beginners.

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