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  1. #301
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    Ima mtb until 45, then you can bet your ass I'm going recumbent baby.

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    Look 26, feel 66, actual age, 36.
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    38. The more I ride the younger and more shredded I look. Very addicting little hobby.

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    22! After about a 5yr break I'm just now getting back into biking and I can't get enough of it.

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    This thread is super inspiring ha. I was expecting to see a lot more lower aged people as the average, I was surprised to see so many older riders! It's awesome!
    I'm 20 and exited to spend the next 30 years riding!
    Keep it up everybody!

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    18, turning 19 in less than a month. I was shocked to see the amount of older riders! Hopefully, I will be able to continue biking and join the ranks of these awesome guys (and gals). Pretty awesome to see! I have a feeling I'll be learning from the experienced riders on this forum and am very excited I joined!

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    44. I had my worst injury last Sept that left me couch surfing for a couple months...recovering back my endurance sure has taking longer then ever.

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    43, been riding for right at 10 years. I only do single track.

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    59 and just started the sport last year. what can i say, i'm a late bloomer, but better late than never ;D

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    29, 30 in January. Figured I'd need to stay in shape and this is what does it for me. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nubster View Post
    Look 26, feel 66, actual age, 36.
    Haha nice.

    Look 18 (I still get carded for booze, and sometimes R rated movies), feel 25, actual age 30.

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    I am 41 and started MTB when I was 36 - enjoyed every minute of it.
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    I will be turing 38 next month. I stared riding at 24 and despite taking a 8 year break and getting back on it last fall I am riding at least as good as did back then. I also have inspiration in that my neighbor also rides. We ride together when we can and he is in his 60's. Rides a nice Titus and loves it. Naturally I am faster than he is, but I don't know many 60+ hitting the trails they way he does. So I should have another 30 years left doing this!

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    50 this year ... BMXer turned Mt Biker Turned Road Biker Turned Mt Biker for the past ... (I have no idea how many years)

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    I am forty freakin four. And I've been riding trails for 25 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertHurst View Post
    I am forty freakin four. And I've been riding trails for 25 years.
    Me too! You know your handle is a famous jazz bassist, don't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncle mama View Post
    Me too! You know your handle is a famous jazz bassist, don't you?
    Yes, I've been meaning to speak with his people about the unlicensed use of my name...

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    Im 15 and ride with my dad who is turniung 53 next week

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    I am 14. Lots of time to improve.
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    I will turn 42 in a few days and I am still able to go out and drop some of the young guys on my local trails. On the back side of this there are a few older guys (50+ yrs old/young) who can absolutely smoke me on a daily basis.

    You ride as young as you feel, I still feel like an 18 year old (just with a bigger belly and more ear hair).

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    Twenty seven here.

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    turned 24 this May!

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    Gramps here

    Still going, although maybe not as fast....

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    43 and going strong!!

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    I am 62 and have mtn biked for 27 years, all recreational, no racing.
    When in my 30s, I was a competitive runner and still doing 32min 10k races, mtn bikes were just a convenient alternative at first but it evolved.
    In my 50s, I ran daily and mtn biked couple times/week, but often 30-40 mile rides cross county.
    Now my running has stopped completely with my titanium hip and my slowly failing knee.
    Mtn biking has now evolved to be my most fun outlet for fitness and wahoo fun.
    My lungs and heart are still very fit and endurance fairly ok. My joints are my suffering and I really avoid the rocky trails were face plants are a big hazard. My shoulders do not want any more rehab.
    To all you younger guys; my wisdom is what I have learned to stay within my limits and avoid overdoing it. Fatigue is ok, but extreme fatigue is dangerous.
    Enjoy.

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    33 and just got back into it about a month ago. Haven't rode regularly since 16 but loving it now!

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    Just starting at 47.... Well 48 on Monday....

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    35 and still alive!
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    58 and been riding the mountain trails since '69
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    33 here.
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    34 here

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    42, riding since 21...

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    Just turned 48. Started biking about 8 months ago as a low impact way to get into shape. Really enjoy hitting the trails and im gaining more endurance every ride

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    45 yo here,, just getting back into now that I bought a used like new gary Fisher from a coworker, I havnt biked in about 10 yrs. before that Ive MTB snowshow WV and Jim thorpe Pa.. time to get back into the sport

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    Just turned 41 and riding under a year, last rode at 20yrs old. Want to get exercise other than gym, post surgery PT, to help with hiking and scuba diving and teach my new kids how to ride- 10 and 6 yrs old. See you on the trail.

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    35 years, most of them riding

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    50lovin every minute of it!

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    26 is what I'm told, but I feel 18

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    Why don't they have a 30-35 option. I fit there and that would be better than being in a category that includes 40 years old. Ha, ha.

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    I'll turn 60 in a couple of months.

    1st bike in 1956
    1st pro-level road bike in 1973
    1st mountain bike in 1985 or 1986

    Never found any kind of exercise I like as much as riding a bike.

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    Just turned 29 today, going to try and cram as much insanity into the next year as I can!!

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    63 next month.
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    This is cool, I thought I was starting late, but I'm not.

    I'm 44, haven't been on a bike in over 35 years, and loving every rotation of the crank.

    Bought my bike at the end of last season/summer.

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    52, just got back into bikes last year. Dirt bike riding my whole life, just thought riding would get me in shape for dirt biking, but found out I really like this non motorized way of carving out some single track. Bought a Nomad and now I got it real bad.
    I live up by Downieville, so it does make sense!
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    38 here . Also just getting back into riding took a few years off ..

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    45--Old and slow...........
    They've done studies, you know. 60% of the time, it works every time

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    58 and just started riding a little over a year ago. Started with Road biking and added Mountain biking this past summer. Bought my first Mountain bike - Cannondale Cujo 1 - and loving the trails & singletracking. Rode over 4000 combined miles on the Road and Trails in 2017. Ride smart and safe!

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    I'm 55 but my average age is 27.5 which is odd because that's the only tire size I haven't owned.

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    MTBR is full of old geezers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Picard View Post
    MTBR is full of old geezers.
    What?

    What??

    Speak up, I say!!
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    52, restarted riding around '92 and haven't stopped.

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    I bought myself an entry level MTB 6years ago at the young age of 43. The last time I owned or rode a bike before then, it was between 1978 - 1980.

    I love this sport so much, I hate myself for giving it up back then and at an early age.
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    Chronologically 45
    Emotionally 17
    Biologically 69

    Been riding since I was 4 years old. Most people think I'm in my early 30's and typically don't believe my age when I tell them. Thinking that has more to do with my outward behavior (see emotional age) than appearance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Picard View Post
    MTBR is full of old geezers.
    Thatís what it seems like, and then more than once I discover to my surprise that some old nelly I figured had to be 15-20 years older than me is actually 5 years younger.

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    This thread is old enough that I would have chosen a different answer when it was created.

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    Most will have changed their answer by now. New poll needed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by finch platte View Post
    what?

    what??

    speak up, i say!!
    i said mtbr is full of old geezers, grandpa !

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    Quote Originally Posted by stangmanrider View Post
    58 and just started riding a little over a year ago. Started with Road biking and added Mountain biking this past summer. Bought my first Mountain bike - Cannondale Cujo 1 - and loving the trails & singletracking. Rode over 4000 combined miles on the Road and Trails in 2017. Ride smart and safe!
    Well your old age didn't prevent you from delving deep into the archives to come up with this 6 year old thread. That takes some computer savvy.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryguy79 View Post
    This thread is old enough that I would have chosen a different answer when it was created.
    Right?!?!

    I turn 40 in May and had not voted on this poll, so add one more to the 30-40 age group.
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    Is the OP still shredding!?

    For the record 44, soon to be 45 (like real soon)

    Wish I'd taken up mtb'im 10 years before I did o_0 FYI - 2014, I hit the dirt (many times actually) >.<

    Look 35-40, feel 50+ when not on bike... When I'm riding I feel like I'm 8 years old again =)

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    40. Did my first 50 miler race this year, still ride park, and in better shape than I was in my 20's (thanks to finally giving up the damn cancer sticks!).

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    43 and been enjoying myself on the trails since 88-89!! Been getting my kids on the trails has been a blast!!

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    Riding since rocks were still hot and dirt was clean.
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    I voted in this poll 9 1/2 years ago, but now I need to vote again to be in the correct old guy category.

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    Riding since 1990..... "starting age" 32. Still dig'n it! Oh YEAH!

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    42 and riding mtb since I was 18. Iíve done it all from Bmx to Park, dirtjumping, downhilling and plenty of scars and broken bones to go with it. I tend to be more on the trail/XC/fatbike/gravel type riding now with a few runs at the downhill parks during the summer(blue trails now instead of black diamond).
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    47 and riding MTB for 30 years, BMX before that. OG for sure.

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    59, 30 years mtbing, and don't mind riding with younger riders, as long as they get out of my way on the DH
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    49 but turning 50 this month. Only been riding for less than 5 years. Now Iím always wondering why I didnít start decades ago!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Picard View Post
    i said mtbr is full of old geezers, grandpa !
    Sorry, I didn't know you were talking to me, and I wasn't listening. I'm 65, been riding mtb about six months, paved roads 45 years (I took a few years off after hitting the mailbox while riding with my eyes closed at age eight).

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    OK, that should be a large enough sample size. Now who will volunteer to add up all the posted ages and divide by the number of postees so we can get the average? Anyone?

    54 btw.
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    ^ Nah. I can give a rough estimate from the poll results though, with apologies to anyone aged under 10 or over 60 - you are outliers and have been discarded

    Estimated average age = ((6.99 x 15) + (27.13 x 25) + (30.57 x 35) + (23.41 x 45) + (11.90 x 55)) / 100 = 35 years 7 months
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    I guess Iím one of the discarded ones. I 69 years young and ride with a retired group ranging from 62 to 75. We are the LBSís best customers.


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    ^ Don't worry, thecanoe, I was exaggerating a tad and if you voted then you've been included in the average age estimate. You are now aged 55 though.
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    The poll is all askew being a 10 year old poll. We have now all moved up a bracket or two.

    WTF are we going to do now?

    What are you going to do?
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Please don't point that thing at me.

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    I started when I was 17. I will be turning 48 this year. It's getting harder and harder to ride with age, health problems, 1st/new child, schedules, etc. Sigh........ I miss just being able to ride and the energy to just ride. But I guess some part of me always will. Especially once the youngster starts school, I win the lottery, or he gets old enough to join me.
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    Oh my god, I've lived long enough to be in the 40-50 segment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    The poll is all askew being a 10 year old poll. We have now all moved up a bracket or two.

    WTF are we going to do now?

    What are you going to do?
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    Grassington, please check the post dates and shifts the ages appropriately.

    I knew that average had to be too low.

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    this guy

    New Pivot day for Steve. 79 years young. Looking good!







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    most of us are now in a different age group than when this was first posted...


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    Average age of MTB'ers here...

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    New Pivot day for Steve. 79 years young. Looking good!






    Keep it up, showing us younger people how to do it!
    Enjoy the ride...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndgen View Post
    (Credit to Ricisan for giving me the idea... )

    I'm turning 40 in a few months (Feb '09).
    I notice that there are a lot of riders who use MTBing to get back into cycling and recently read (honestly to my surprise) that MTBing is the largest sector of cycling in the U.S.

    I was just wondering how many 30/40 somethings there are along with the other ages.
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    Still riding today all mountain biking and Iíve just turned 52 so keep riding as you can, donít ever look back


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    Hello well Iíve been riding mountain bikes since 2004 not including the years I went over to the dark ďroad bikeĒ
    Still riding today all mountain biking and Iíve just turned 52 so keep riding as you can, donít ever look back


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    I'm approaching my late 30's and quite new to mountain biking, I started around five years ago when I was wanting to extend my cycling beyond just commuting and at that time of year, mountain biking was really the only option. Looking back it seemed a bit crazy starting off night riding with no ability or fitness but I'm glad I did, what I particularly like about mountain biking is you can go riding pretty much any time of year, anywhere and in any weather but still enjoy it.
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    New Pivot day for Steve. 79 years young. Looking good!






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    I'm old enough to think policemen and politicians look young these days, and too old to remember a) Whether I posted here before or not, and b) What that little green circle on the forum thread title means...
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    Quote Originally Posted by danno360 View Post
    New Pivot day for Steve. 79 years young. Looking good!






    Nice! My good friends father is 76 and is still a bonafide badass against any age group. Just came back from cycle touring Patagonia infact....fulfilling a lifelong dream of his.
    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.

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