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    How old are you guys??

    I feel like an old fart when I'm on my SS because it seems as most riders in my area on SS are in their twenties or younger.

    I am 39 years young.

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    31 and I feel like a kid on a new bmx that he got for Christmas

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    46 and counting. Feel like I am in my teens again since I started SS'ing. (Well, sometimes on a hard climb I feel older, but if I crush it I feel like half my age!) An SS 29'er has totally re-invigorated my riding experience. Same trail, different challenge. Yesterday did a ride with 9 people, and 5 of us were on SS. I'd guess the youngest in the group was early 30's - I was the oldest on SS, but only by a couple of years. Sounds like the other "mature" riders in your neck of the woods just haven't discovered SS - and the twist it puts on the same rides - yet!
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    51, and I'm still a little slower than the other kids my age...
    Also, the streets are full of horizontal dropouts...

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    Pretty cool tearing it up with the "utes" if you ask me! However I did get the comment,"I hope I'm still riding when I'm that old". He said he meant it as a compliment, I just thought it was funny! (I ride a rigid Rig)

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    28 -my area has a diverse crowd of SSers. I am somewhere around midpack I would guess. I just hope to have the energy you guys seem to have after tacking on a few more years.

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    Sounds like the other "mature" riders in your neck of the woods just haven't discovered SS - and the twist it puts on the same rides - yet!
    Amen to that! I have to admit to enjoying the "old guy" jabs from the groms when I ride with them.

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    I have a friend who is turning 71 this month who rides a singlespeed.

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    Ill be 28 in two weeks

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    44 (I think). Old enough that I sometimes need to count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulRider
    I feel like an old fart when I'm on my SS because it seems as most riders in my area on SS are in their twenties or younger.

    I am 39 years young.
    Man, SoulRider, your just a pup. My wife and I are 43 and 42, respectively, and all our singlespeeding friends are in their 40's. We tore it up yesterday in the snow!

    Our local legend rides nothing but a Spot, can beat anyone around both up and down the mountain, cleans nasty/techy stuff that has people with 5" of travel whimpering, and, by the way, is in his 50's! Just mention the name "Jurgen" to anyone in the Colorado Springs area and they'll smile and nod

    It's cool passing kids with their gears and body armor. Just smile as you pass on the left

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    43 in a month and a half I thought I'd type it big enough for the old-farts to see
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    50, but I have a 15-yr old son to keep up with

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    18, I'm the youngest ss'er iv seen around here.

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    I'll be 35 on October 31st.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaxFactor
    18, I'm the youngest ss'er iv seen around here.

    15 hah! And im in the process of converting a gt tempest.

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    35. I feel like 25 though.

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    turning 29 this year
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    21. Perfect age for legal singlespeeding

    You ran this race with no real heart
    Yeah right back at the start
    You'd already lost it

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    45 years old....and fat

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    19. I think I may have been the youngest at SSWC last year.

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    I am still an SS virgin since my first project is not done yet, but I consider myself part of the crow . I am 45 and sick of passing all the gear riders on the trails . So, I feel like in my 20s...

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    holy crap i'll turn 31 this year....

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    22, second year mountain biking, but rode this season 100% singlespeed. I am super scrawny. Haven't had a chance to build up some of those beastly tree trunk legs that some of you more experience folks have Most of the people riding SS around here (Ontario) I'd say are in their 30's.

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    I'm 49, riding an ENO'd steel Rockhopper. My son, 12, has ridden a converted M4 Stumpjumper for a couple years now.

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    36.......just about 37.

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    59 this year though not a true singlespeeder as I'm on a 1x9. I don't shift much so dosen't that count
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    46 and been on an SS for about a year. Ride SS both on the street (redline 925) and on the dirt (soma 415)
    Love the workout and making my son in law on his geared bike feel inadequate :-)

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    25 here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caffeine Powered
    43 in a month and a half I thought I'd type it big enough for the old-farts to see
    Hehehe. That cracks me up.
    Just turned 37, but I heard 40 is the new 30, so I'm good.

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    Damn 45, where do I send the flowers?

    Quote Originally Posted by EDDIE JONES
    45 years old....and fat
    Just kiddin.

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    I have 31 years.

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    48 and the only MTB bike I own is a Black Sheep SS 29er.
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    51 and staying, untill next year.

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    And I run a 32x19 two9er in Southeast, PA.

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    52 years old

    2 out of three bikes (road and 29er) are SS. The cross bike is 1X7. Been riding 24 years actively, been riding SS three years.

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    46 and still climbing with the SOFa (slow,old, and fat) crowd in NC.

    mtb-SIR 9 single speed only
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    27.........I see a decent mix of ages in my area.

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    49 with a 12 yo also on an SS. Sure hope 50 is the new 30.

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    19, in college. work at a bike shop. 3 killer bikes. riding cross country this summer. be jealous.
    (and several crappy ones)

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    21, been riding since before i could walk. 4 bikes, old converted track bike, Fuji road, Trek fuel MTB, GF Rig SS.

    It's good to see a mix of riders.

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    45 and riding a OneNiner.

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    52 in March

    Ridin' the single with a huge grin on my face!

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    30, at least for the next few months... Been SS'n about 50% of the time since '99.

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    just got into the scene about 6 months ago. SS 29
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    Jeez, You're OLD!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tone No Balone
    Ridin' the single with a huge grin on my face!

    Tone....
    Jeez, you're O L D Tony! Oh wait,,,,,I'm 50. But I'm only riding the SS part time, so that makes me 25, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jms
    Jeez, you're O L D Tony! Oh wait,,,,,I'm 50. But I'm only riding the SS part time, so that makes me 25, right?
    Ya know.....I jumped in on this thread and I thought....Shite! why the hell did I do that.....I don't have many years left looking at the majority here!!! But I do know that you, as well as myself...will be ridin to our grave! Happy New Years John. sounds like you are enjoying new turf! and new wheels!
    ( put you slickers on for sure! )

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    43 and getting better all the time


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    Physically or Mentally?

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    43 - Currently on a...

    Matt Chester Ute 97.5'er (650b rear/29" front)
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    Both SS

    The Moots gearie sees maybe one ride per month...maybe
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    32, and just crossed over to SS 1 month ago. Been mountain biking regulary (4-5 times/week) for about 2 years.

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    41 Got an On-One Inbreed last fall. Geared bike is taking a rest.

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    Will be 56 in February, and riding a rigid 29er SS.

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    I'm 43....Or am I 34?....Hmmmm...NO ,It's 43.
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    48, but my wife is willing to trade for 2x twenty four year olds...
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    46 and still beatin youngsters half my age on a rigid Rig. Got a Spot with belt drive comin soon.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1440Brad
    I'm 43....Or am I 34?....Hmmmm...NO ,It's 43.
    I know this 'cause I can almost read Caffeine Powered's post.

    do what I did, get a 55" plasma TV as a monitor and sit on the other side of the room. That should be cheaper than laser eye surgery.
    Authorities speculate that speed may have been a factor. They are also holding gravity and inertia for questioning.

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    Dirty-five later this month. About 17 right now. Mentally that is... yay! I get to race masters now...and get my ass whopped harder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caffeine Powered
    do what I did, get a 55" plasma TV as a monitor and sit on the other side of the room. That should be cheaper than laser eye surgery.
    I'm there dude.
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    43 - just did La Ruta on my SS this year!

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    Ageing beats the alternative

    48 years young. 34x20 on a 29er - rigid, fixed gear.
    This isn't a "you're doing it wrong" topic.

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    22. Been riding a single speed since i was 16. When i was 17 i raced sswc 02 in downieville(Best race ever!!!). I hope i get in for napa this year.

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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by G-Cracker
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    yea,me too,on the 23rd ........but my wife's 35 till septrmber,so....if i call her my "ol lady",am i bein honest or disrespectful
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    47. Biking since 42. 4 years full susp, last year rigid ss (Haro Mary). Made it fixed three weeks ago and have quickly learned to enjoy it!
    Rigid keeps you one with the ground vertically. Fixed keeps you one with the ground horizontally.

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    Old enough to know better, still too young to care,

    Chronologically 58, mentally, uh, way young. I'm a 6 year old, out of sight of the house for the first time, every time I ride. Wheeee.......

    Four SS bikes; one fixed, one flip flop that does fixed 90% of the time; one geared MTB, one geared road bike. SS gets 90% of the love.
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    42 and outriding most 21 y.olds riding gearies.

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    48, I won't pass anyone half my age but I'll be close enough to make look over their shoulder.
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    I'm 38 and my 4 year old kid reminds me everyday with questions she already knows the answers to like "Daddy, Tell me how old you are again?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulRider
    I feel like an old fart when I'm on my SS because it seems as most riders in my area on SS are in their twenties or younger.

    I am 39 years young.
    38 here!

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    46 and still king of the hill.....the secret is about putting enough in the pain bank, with the large balance you can withdraw when needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus
    Old enough to know better, still too young to care,

    Chronologically 58, mentally, uh, way young. I'm a 6 year old, out of sight of the house for the first time, every time I ride. Wheeee.......

    Four SS bikes; one fixed, one flip flop that does fixed 90% of the time; one geared MTB, one geared road bike. SS gets 90% of the love.
    I feel for ya....ridin with JMS, the guy is like the energizer bunny......keeps goin and goin and goin....
    Glad you got John on the SS.....He used to see us SS'ing in Nisene and he would just shake his head at us and mumble under his breath. something about Hampsters I think!

    Tone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone No Balone
    I feel for ya....ridin with JMS, the guy is like the energizer bunny......keeps goin and goin and goin....
    Glad you got John on the SS.....He used to see us SS'ing in Nisene and he would just shake his head at us and mumble under his breath. something about Hampsters I think!

    Tone.
    He is not human! He would blow the circuits of the energizer bunny and run it into the ground. I keep waiting for the silver skin of the Terminator T-1000 shape shifter robot to show and reveal it's true identity.

    Yeah, Hamster Fests. He got it on his own, not my influence. It does not slow him down much, up or down.
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    29 so last good year left....right? J.K. Been SS for 4 yrs. now. Off road only 1, though and I can't imagine going back. Soon to be fixed like my road bike.

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    SS for the last year, Fetish SS.

    My body is 45, but my mind tells me that I'm 18.

    Go figure.

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    42. Thinking 22.

    Riding a Rig and Fixing the Monocog for a new challenge on the same ole trails.

    I hear way too many people in their 50's tell me..."we are just getting old"...anyone else hear that crap?

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    30, so just past prime. or is it I'm almost to my prime?




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    41--SS for five years.

    My DSG teammate is 46.

    Neither of us own a geared mtn bike. Well, I have two stripped down. Haven't ridden them in oh, say--five years. Rode with a 50-something SS'er last weekend.
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    Someone want to average the ages in this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
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    Someone want to average the ages in this thread?

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    Bar graph with 5-year increments would be super. Appears at a glance to be dominated by the very late 30's to mid 40's crowd, with a sprinkling of <25's and >50's. But I could be wrong. I was once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WadePatton
    Bar graph with 5-year increments would be super. Appears at a glance to be dominated by the very late 30's to mid 40's crowd, with a sprinkling of <25's and >50's. But I could be wrong. I was once.

    Have one up on a few minutes


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    First one is missing some labels on the X-axis. Fill in those gaps with what they're supposed to be (20-25, 31-35, etc). Second one lumps together ages by the decades-ish. Data was up to the last post, and doesn't include anything from post 109 and beyond.
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    I think I'll do at least another 40 before I hang up the bikes.
    I keep hearing it's all downhill from here.....right???

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMFC
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    is there an age where it doesn't hurt? I thought I'd just forgotten that part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bui
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    Thanks for the graph.

    Looks like it is all downhill after 40!

    I wonder how much the age response tells us about ss users vs mtbr forum users? Would the teens, 20's, 30's represent more if this was on myspace or facebook?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tpmbt
    I wonder how much the age response tells us about ss users vs mtbr forum users? Would the teens, 20's, 30's represent more if this was on myspace or facebook?
    I'd guess that the "cool" factor is low for the younger set; gotta have a 8" travel FS huck mo-chine to be cool. My rigid 29er SS does not turn many heads when i am out on the trails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tpmbt
    Thanks for the graph.

    Looks like it is all downhill after 40!

    I wonder how much the age response tells us about ss users vs mtbr forum users? Would the teens, 20's, 30's represent more if this was on myspace or facebook?

    Lot of SS'er on facebook....I'm guilty of being in a group or two on there.

    And the cool factor thing might be an issue...I ride it just because I figured I wouldn't be able to once I get old and decrepit

    Guess this thread proves me wrong!

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    Seems like several of us should have a "turning 40" parade or something.

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    I am amazed at how many age 40+ SS riders there are. The median age has to be pretty high I would guess. (Edit Didn't need to guess and should have seen BUI's fine graph charts earlier!)

    All those years of franticaly pedaling those single speed buzz bikes, stingrays, and balloon tire bikes back in the 60's and 70's always made riding one gear and rigid feel like I am a kid again!
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    seems to be a great spread of age here. honestly though, where i ride i never see other singlespeed riders. howevre, those who i do see, young and old think i'm an absolute maniac for riding single speed on the hills i ride. i guess there just isn't enough SSer's here in Australia!!!

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    I..

    I did this same survey a few years back with a crap-load of results and the average age was in the mid-30's.......... (I'm 45 and still faster than a runny nose!)

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    seems to be a great spread of age here. honestly though, where i ride i never see other singlespeed riders. howevre, those who i do see, young and old think i'm an absolute maniac for riding single speed on the hills i ride. i guess there just isn't enough SSer's here in Australia!!!
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    good to hear!!! where do you ride??? i live in Melbourne

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    i don't run into mountain bikers my age out here.. everyone i meet is either over the hill, or still in middle/high school.

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    I am 46 and ride all kinds of bikes, but I love the simplicity of taking off on my SS. We have great trails in NE Iowa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockcrusher
    old enough to have had a bike with under the chainstay u-brake, young enough to have a rigid steel SS 29er, smart enough to not care.
    But are you old enough to have a "Cunningham Design" roller-cam brake under the chainstays or better yet, on the fork ?

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    Hey Caz seems like there were a lot of over 40 riders on SS at D.O.D's ACM this year. I guess it just goes to show that MTBers like wine get better with age.

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    Im turning 27 in 3 weeks but my real age according to some bs medical lifestyle analysis webpage says im 24. My knees actually feel better when riding a SS for some reason and Ive noticed im a bit faster on one as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulRider
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    I am 39 years young.
    LOL, I'll be 50 in May. 39 looks real young.


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    27 year old here. I honestly think the twenty some year olds are outnumbered. I ride with a lot of 40 some year olds. Biking is your generation. Kids are too busy playing Nintendo Wii.

    How many people know a teenager or young adult that got a bike for Christmas or their Birthday!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by springbok
    27 year old here. I honestly think the twenty some year olds are outnumbered. I ride with a lot of 40 some year olds. Biking is your generation. Kids are too busy playing Nintendo Wii.

    How many people know a teenager or young adult that got a bike for Christmas or their Birthday!?
    hurray for america! we breed 'em fatter and dumber than anyone!

    seriously, the older i get the more this really bothers me. i am struggling to keep my niece interested in doing outdoor/physical activity so she doesn't wind up a couch potato like my sister and brother-in-law

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    44 next week. What a hoot! I can't possibly be that old!?!?!? Actually, I'm totally OK with it and am happily beating gulrz and guyz much younger than me, be they on SS or gearies.

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    Awesome!

    Glad to see that I have many more years ahead of me to ride SS. I can say that changing to SS has really stoked my fire for riding. Started back in 1994, raced and just rode for fun since then. Rode through some tough times, had some rough times just getting my fire going to throw a leg over the bike. Since converting to the dark side my fire is back with a vengence!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdburch
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    seriously, the older i get the more this really bothers me. i am struggling to keep my niece interested in doing outdoor/physical activity so she doesn't wind up a couch potato like my sister and brother-in-law
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    Only 6....(decades)

    Yup - the big 60 .... Scary...still riding.... still doing 100 km rides a few times a year. On top of that - now I ride mainly fixies or singlespeeds (road bikes) on a local hill climb course and my mountain bikes - just starting to build a singlespeed mountain bike. I hope my riding buys me a few more years...

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    Good on ya mate. I hope I'm still turning the pedals in ten years.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fixotica
    Yup - the big 60 .... Scary...still riding.... still doing 100 km rides a few times a year. On top of that - now I ride mainly fixies or singlespeeds (road bikes) on a local hill climb course and my mountain bikes - just starting to build a singlespeed mountain bike. I hope my riding buys me a few more years...
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    43 next Saturday but in wife years that means I am really 23 and on the maturity index, 16!

    Rocking on two SSers right now. A 29er with is my bread and butter ride, as well as a 69er that doubles as a fixie as well. Fixie off road is insane! I can't get enough of that! Can't wait to try commuting to work on a fixie!
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    dude that's wicked!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fixotica
    Yup - the big 60 .... Scary...still riding.... still doing 100 km rides a few times a year. On top of that - now I ride mainly fixies or singlespeeds (road bikes) on a local hill climb course and my mountain bikes - just starting to build a singlespeed mountain bike. I hope my riding buys me a few more years...
    are you really 111100 in binary base 10? If so, I salute you. I am 101111 in binary base 10 and I can definitely feel it.

    VTW

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    26 in July... feel 40 though...

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    38 with the right knee of a 90 year old... oh the Army...!!!!

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    I was 34 when this thread started, now I am 35!
    Ha ha!

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    I'm 52, but I feel like 60. ;-)

    (I haven't been riding enough!)
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    Friend of mine just told me he is an "overripe adolescent" not an "old phart".
    He is 50 + like me.
    "The physician heals, Nature makes well" - real fortune cookie

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    The secret to mountain biking is pretty simple. The slower you go the more likely it is you'll crash. ~Julie Furtado

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