Just For Fun --- How OLD Are You?

teazer

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Speak for yourself. I have more projects scattered around than ever and even less time to finish them. :)
 

beachcomber

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teazer said:
Speak for yourself. I have more projects scattered around than ever and even less time to finish them. :)
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Time Teazer - that's our biggest enemy now !
 

AggiesaurusRex

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Well I'm 23 for a little while longer. First ride was a XJ750 Seca bobber when I was 19, sold it after moving to a city and I still miss it.
Right now I have an 80' XS1100, a 86' Rebel 250, and a little SSR 125 made into a mini supermoto.

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1fasgsxr

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44 here for a few more months and waited a little late in life for the kids so bike money seems few and and between these days..Who knew braces cost 10k...holy hell but she will have a good smile. :eek:
 

TripleKing

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steveinwa said:
Us "Seniors" are probably the only ones that can afford and have time to finish our projects (I used to be one, wife, kids, work etc), the young guys struggle with them after it's torn down and put into boxes, I see a lot for sale on Craigs :)

I will be 50 in June.

Young people are not riding in the same numbers as we geezers, at their age. I fear there will be not enough to take our places.
 

Tune-A-Fish

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TripleKing said:
Young people are not riding in the same numbers as we geezers, at their age. I fear there will be not enough to take our places.

The ones that are ride splatter bikes so you take that into consideration... add traffic and you really drop those numbers :eek:
 

Tune-A-Fish

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TripleKing said:
Splatter bikes?

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Hurco550

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TripleKing said:
I will be 50 in June.

Young people are not riding in the same numbers as we geezers, at their age. I fear there will be not enough to take our places.

haircuttergirl said:
Just hit 32 and not liking it so far. Lol

And yeah, if I was 18 again, I'd have way more fun making way more mistakes.
Probably not as many as there used to be, but we're still here. There are a number of us still under 30 on here alone messing with the old bikes.

Sorry your not included in that group anymore Jenn ;)
 

Skyeye

Life 1/4 mile at at time!
Just turned 66 in December. I thought getting old would take longer!

Glad we have such a wide range of ages represented. It's all about learning from each other and supporting others with the same disease.


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Drewski

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clem said:
43 but my mind feels like I'm 28. In the morning I feel 63 sometimes.

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Karlloss said:
44, feeling 74 most days, but think I'm 18.


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There appears to be a common thread here...

;)


I think it's this hobby that keeps us feeling like we're still 18yrs old. ;D 8)
 

Mikeb

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25. Riding the road on and off since I was 16. Started with a gn250 then owned (and still do)a kr1. Played with a viffer 400 for a while. Now I own another gn :eek: . It's a weird world.
 

runmikeyrun

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Turned the big 4-0 this year. Meh. I dont act a day over 15. Most people say I don't look 40, I still have a decent amount of hair, only a little of it is gray, and not too many wrinkles. Not that it matters. I started fiddling with a mini bike at 12, then moped, then enduro at 16, and got my first vintage bike (RD250) at 17. Tore that sucker apart and that was it.


Here's where I list all my bikes:
'71 Kaw 250 Bison
'81 KZ750 cafe
'94 XR250L
2014 Yamaha Bolt

In progress: '68 CL350
 

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