My dads on a KTM 525. He's 57. Uncle number 1 is on a Xr650L. He is 62. Uncle number 2 is on a KTM 540 And a KTM 990. Uncle number 3 is On a XR650R. Hes 64. My grandpaw stopped riding when he was 83 due to back surgery. He was on a KTM 360 2-stroke when he finished off. You are never to old to ride.
I ride a bullet. A 2 wheeled, multiple-explosion powered machine with enough moving parts to remove entire fingers. Surfaces hot enough to cook flesh. It propels me at neck-breaking, bone-snapping flesh-tearing speeds, over and trough obstacle's I can only see as blurs. Its a sport that kills the careless, maims the best, and spits at the concept of mercy.