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  1. #201
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    36. Started this in 07.
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    40, got serious in spring of 2010

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    I am 51 and in way better shape than when I was 30. I got turned on to mountain biking last November from trail running.

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    19, turning 20 within the month though.

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    Talk about a old post. I'm 3 years older than
    the first time I posted, and I was old then.

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    52 today, I'm on my way out the door to go get some
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    Talk about a old post. I'm 3 years older than
    the first time I posted, and I was old then.

    Best, John
    Me too.


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    24 here just getting into the mtb side of things.

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    Ex road biker here. Been mtn. biking for six years. Oh, and I am 54 years old and am currently riding a Rocky Mountain Element...........which I spent two hours riding today.

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    36 Got back into riding about 5 years ago after about 12 years out of the sport. Used to do some racing in my younger days, now I just ride for fun. Would love to try racing again just can't get enough saddle time to get my endurance built back up.
    Go that way, really fast; if something gets in your way . . . turn.

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    I'm so old, I fart dust.
    Your fear of looking stupid is holding you back.

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    Only riding about 2 years.

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    55 just getting into MTN Bike trail riding at Cottonwood canyon Nv..

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    Only 16, been mountain biking for the past 2 years but have learned a hell of a lot! spent all my money on bikes though so no money for a car next year. I guess I will have to stick to the trails I can ride to for another few years.

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    26... I think another good poll would be age vs ride style... I would guess you'd see a trend of younger riders doing DH and AM and the older trending to XC

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    29 best shape of my life. It was bad.


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    57 in two weeks. I hear 60 is the new 40. Guess I will find out soon.

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    45 young

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    16. MTB for about 3 years now. Family member got me into it, addiction supported by working at LBS.
    I work at a bike shop. Trek, Gt, fuji, DB, etc...

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    Just about to turn 50 and have been riding regularly (nearly frequently) for last 10 years.

    Am now more passionate about it and loving the inspiration coming from forums on rigid 29ers, lightweight bike packing, internal geared hubs, cargo bikes and more.

    Its in danger of becoming a lifestyle hazard!

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    32, used to be an avid rider, been out of the scene for quite a while.

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    57. Been riding mtn bikes for about 25 years, but it's hard to remember that far back. Broken too many helmets.

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    47. Age just seems completely irrelevant when I'm out riding.

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    I avoided this thread for 4 years I guess it's time to play.
    Riding for 12 years
    Started @ 38 years old
    I am now 50 years old and still loving it.
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    I started counting backwards when I turned 50. Now I'm getting back into my low 40s... Riding off road at least 10 hours a week helps to maintain this trend
    It's all Here. Now.

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    25 years of living and 15 years of serious riding.

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    24 over here

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    50 last Aug. and still going strong

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    45 - here's my re introduction to MTMR - from the mid 90's to 01 I rode XC 3-4 times a week, raced a little, and took mini weekend vacations to visit other trails. I rode with a group of about 5-6 guys. Had a blast. Then in 2001 I had major knee surgery to fix an old, old recurring problem. After 6 months of rehab I jumped back on my bike and hit my local trail. To my disappointment I had major pain when climbing or out of the saddle pedaling. I tried it a few more times with the same results then hung my bike up in the garage and basically forgot all about it.

    Flash forward to January 1st, 2012 I made the usual New Year's resolution - lose weight. I'd gotten fat, not just a little fat but FFFAAATTTT. I'd packed 250 lb. on a 6' 2" runner's frame. I got winded climbing stairs and was in general poor health. So determined to fix what I'd done I joined my local CrossFit gym. In three months I'd dropped 35 lb. and was looking to do some additional cardio. Some neurons fired - I should pull my bike down and go ride. I pulled my gear bag off the shelf in the garage. Everything with foam padding was rotten - helmet, Camelbak, gloves. All the plastic on my shoes literally crumbled apart on my first short test ride. A few clicks later online and new stuff is on the way.

    My bike ('96 Litespeed Hiwassee) on the other hand was perfect after a quick service. My '99 Rock Shox Sid even still had pressure despite nearly sitting a decade. The tires held air. Strangely as I was gearing up to get back into it I ran into one of the guys I used to ride with. He's still riding and was excited that I was getting back into it. As soon my new gear gets here we're hitting the trails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldTiGuy View Post
    45 - here's my re introduction to MTMR - from the mid 90's to 01 I rode XC 3-4 times a week, raced a little, and took mini weekend vacations to visit other trails. I rode with a group of about 5-6 guys. Had a blast. Then in 2001 I had major knee surgery to fix an old, old recurring problem. After 6 months of rehab I jumped back on my bike and hit my local trail. To my disappointment I had major pain when climbing or out of the saddle pedaling. I tried it a few more times with the same results then hung my bike up in the garage and basically forgot all about it.

    Flash forward to January 1st, 2012 I made the usual New Year's resolution - lose weight. I'd gotten fat, not just a little fat but FFFAAATTTT. I'd packed 250 lb. on a 6' 2" runner's frame. I got winded climbing stairs and was in general poor health. So determined to fix what I'd done I joined my local CrossFit gym. In three months I'd dropped 35 lb. and was looking to do some additional cardio. Some neurons fired - I should pull my bike down and go ride. I pulled my gear bag off the shelf in the garage. Everything with foam padding was rotten - helmet, Camelbak, gloves. All the plastic on my shoes literally crumbled apart on my first short test ride. A few clicks later online and new stuff is on the way.

    My bike ('96 Litespeed Hiwassee) on the other hand was perfect after a quick service. My '99 Rock Shox Sid even still had pressure despite nearly sitting a decade. The tires held air. Strangely as I was gearing up to get back into it I ran into one of the guys I used to ride with. He's still riding and was excited that I was getting back into it. As soon my new gear gets here we're hitting the trails.
    Welcome to mtbr & back to cycling

    Good job on getting serious about your health. I wanted one of those bikes back in the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitanan View Post
    Welcome to mtbr & back to cycling

    Good job on getting serious about your health. I wanted one of those bikes back in the day

    Thanks. Getting back into shape is my number one priority these days. The bike I bought new around '97. I immediately stripped it down to the frame swapped the parts off my Cannondale and rode the heck out of it. Despite sitting so long it still runs like I'd just gotten back from the trails yesterday.

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    23 years old, rode BMX for the past 10 years just now starting to get into mountain biking.

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    Way to go OldTiGuy!!!

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    I'll be 46 this summer. I feel stronger and more focused on the bike than I ever have and I've been mtn biking for 20 yrs. I ride pretty much all-mountain type trails. Getting a 6" travel bike last year also took me to a new level of riding, not to mention being easier on my aging body!

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    16 years old here. Looks like I'm on the lower end of things here...

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    35 been mt biking since 2011 and loving it.

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    20 and plan on many more years of mt biking!

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    49, I'll be 50 in 7 months.

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    30 and just putting my (broken)toe back into the sport this week, really excited to start riding again!

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    34, and I still don't know what I'm gonna be when I grow up...

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    40 and been mtb since I was 18 and before that had a bmx bike since I was 12

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    Didn't start mtb proper until I was 36, and here I am coming up on 38 and loving it.
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    Hey guys I'm 47 and have been riding since 96 and still love it!

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    This is about what I expected 25-40.

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    oh, I'm going on 32. been riding for about 12-13 years.

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    30 here, starter Riding about 1 and a half years ago

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    Went for the 30to40 option - seemed better than the 40to50 option . ;-)

  48. #248
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    you guys are making me feel old I'll be 66 this year and I still race mountain bikes
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    18 here. I learned to ride a bike at age 3, and got serious into riding at age 14.

    You would probably expect a youngster like myself to ride downhill, but no. I ride strictly XC, generally miles of climbing every time I train.

    My dad's already pushing 53 and he still does pretty good on his 90s Scott steel hardtail.

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    44 in July. Been riding on and off since my 20s. Picked up MBing again only about a year ago, but I am hooked. Before that mostly road riding, which I still do but not as much. I mostly ride flat, fast and technical as that is what I can access easily from my house (with two kids, windows of opportunity are slim and I need to maximize that ride time!) I’m pretty fast these days, but the biggest change I see with age is stamina and endurance. I don’t go balls out and burn out like I used to. A good solid 4 hour ride is great for me. Not sure how I will fair in the hills, though. I also ride 100% rigid – love that transfer of power and the finesse it requires. Interested in cyclocross but too pricey. I can’t even afford a 29er…

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    39 here. Just started riding 6 months ago on an old steel framed Schwinn. Got a new Fezzari Abajo peak today, so I think I'll be riding even more from here on out

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    25 just getting into riding, going to be purchasing my first bike very shortly.

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    32 and just getting started in mountain biking.

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    I'm 43 and have been riding mtb since I was 21. A little bmx as a kid and some moto in my twenties.

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    Im 20 and I have been bike since i was 8. Started out bmx, went out to colorado and loved mountain biking, and now i road bike everyday.

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    23 here. Been riding bikes since I was 5 but I just got into mtb. I quit smoking cigs and picked this up, im a bit obsessed now
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    I'm 38 going on 39 and I've been riding about 14 years.

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    i'm 19. i haven't been mountain biking much but i've got about 3000 miles on my road bike and almost all of it has been rolling hills. i try to always stay above 15mph all the time, so needless to say not many people around me can out sprint me

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    50 this past january, still riding 110+/wk.

    started mtb'ing at 29 or 30...

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    43 for me. The more air I get on a ride the happier midlife crises man is.

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    26, just getting into mountain biking

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    niiiice, my age bracket is leading the way

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    Turned 21 a few months back. learned to ride at under or around age 5. Been casually riding for the last few years.

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    18. Started riding at 14 but just getting back into it through NH singletrack.

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    27, bought my first bike a year ago while still in Afghanistan. Only been to the ER once from a bike accident! Already trying to figure out what my next bike is going to be

    Was bummed about the bad ski season, but am over it after riding a few times this past month.

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    Hit the big 40 two weeks ago.

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    I'm 26, pulled my old Marin Hardtail out of the shed in 2009.

    2010 I bought a sweet road bike and rode the hell out of it. Got into shape and began to love biking again.

    2011 I did my first triathlon.

    2012 at 26 I just dumped some money on a 2012 Trek Cobia. I love it and go out on a heavy ride every week.

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    im 18, been ridin since i could ride a bike lol. will never stop!!!

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    38 here, wife 34 and daughter 9 (Real proud of the daughter by the way)

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    52 here and still going strong.

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    40 with bike addiction

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    40 and I outride most of the Chinese college students I ride with. Used to work with another teacher in another Chinese city who is 60 and outrode all of us.

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    I wasn´t 30 yet when I joined this forums ? Time goes, sure it does.
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    Don't know if I'm slowing down, however, because after a 15-year break from riding I've only been seriously riding for about three years.

    I started three years ago on a Trek 4300 that I hardly ever took off-road but when I did it was on very easy trails. I then moved up to a Gary Fisher Wahoo and started to try some harder trails...and got my ass kicked. Mountain biking seemed impossible and I remember huffing and puffing and having to walk through what I thought was impossibly technical terrain...stuff that I hardly even notice now.

    I almost quit and did a lot of road riding even though I had upgraded to a Specialized FSR XC Expert. One day I decided to try a trail I thought was impossible (Lincoln Parish Park in Ruston, Louisiana) and to my surprise I kept getting further and further into it until I had done the entire ten miles without having to stop or put a foot down. Maybe all that road riding paid off.

    Currently I ride between 200 and 300 miles a month, all on trails because to be honest riding on the roads around here is scary and I've given it up. If I'm going to die it's going to be because of my own stupidity, not because some senile octogenarian slams into me at an intersection.

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    Just turned 40.

    Just turned 40.
    So... I better learn some good technique pretty quickly, because, from the graphic, it is all downhill from here, ....
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    hehehe.. turning 40 next month!
    life starts then!

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    Started at 44, I think I need a new ride.

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    I'll turn 60 in August. Got in about 700 miles of singletrack last year, all above 6500 feet in Utah.

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    I'll be 51 in august. This will be my 2nd year riding.
    I'm hooked and love it! I'm all in (equipment wise) and going all out (training wise).
    God willing.....I'll still be riding 25 years from now.

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    I´m 34

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    Been riding for 12 years. Now on the verge of 39. Seems like just yesterday I couldn't wait to turn 21.

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    68 here.........started around age 50.

    Ride 3-4 times a week. I'm not fast but I go as fast as I can.

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    26-Last weekend, I rode with a random couple parents and their teenage kids (One was apparently in B class races) and I was the only one to fly over my handlebars on the downhill

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    I just rolled up to 40 on the odometer earlier this month. My wife and I are expecting a baby in October. Life is rolling on, I am a full-fledged adult (on paper anyway). Someone, somewhere please crack-a-beer for cack-a-lacky...

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    33 - just getting into mtb. its mostly single track course but I think I fall into xc. I like urban offroad, like service roads and irrigation ditches.

    its been 15 years since I rode more than anything casual, that was bmx, street.

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    45 before this season is over (midwest winters...grrr) and just getting started.

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    39 as of March. Been at it on and off since '91. Planning my first MTB-specific trip for the big Four-oh..
    I'm not big-boned, I'm a Clyde.

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    33 and lovin every minute....

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    38 be 39 in June

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    23, just starting becuase of a trail near my house

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    36, just got back into it

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    Just turned 30 a couple of months ago. Been riding mtb's since 88
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    25 year old

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    25. Just lookin into getting a ride and getting started. Been a few years since ridi.g bmx trials and i'm looking forward to some fun and getting back into shape.

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    25 years old here. Been riding for 5 years. Great exercise and lets me escape life for a few hours.

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    36, and noticed a similar trend as the OP, but wondered how many were doing it to get "back in shape"

    Thus the support group here...

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    21 my friends dad got me into it been riding for a little over a year. I won't be able to get on a bike this season, since I was in a pretty bad motorcycle accident and broke my back, ribs and shoulder blade. So, I'm in the market for a dslr to atleast take pictures of the guys I ride with and anyone that wants pictures really. If you live around the Hudson Valley area let me know and I'll be happy to take some shots.

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    29. Started riding in August of 2011

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    A month away from 47... recovery time increase with number of candles.
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    I'll be 43 in August. No signs of slowing down yet!

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