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Discussion in 'Photos' started by rarepartbuilder, Nov 2, 2015.
The gray hair kinda gives me away..... ;-)
Really enjoying the thread... its inspiration and hope ...rolled up into one package....
A tribute to those who have posted...
Never too old to ride...
61 and having a little lunch on the top of Independence Pass Colorado last week
Just stormed up Independence Pass on my KTM 690 Duke Wednesday. Were those your bread crumbs and apple core on the ground? The Duke was great for passing where I probably should not have been but 5th gear with great torque and I zapped by lots of cagers and 18 wheelers. That bike just rocks!
Guy ahead of me was 74 at the time, he is 78 now and still just as competent.
Just a punk of 59' here , been riding since before they landed on the moon . Had many bikes over the years and enjoyed them all . Just downsized to a Kawasaki X 300 in May . Many joint getting a bit crunchy and I think my days of 1,000 mile days are over . But nothing keeps me going like a good ride . Funny thing about riding by myself 90% of the time , not too many pictures of me on a bike . Here is a group shot from the 2015 Wallowa Valley Jamboree . Myself on the left , Daniel , Carl and then Brian on the end . Snow level was high and we were at about 7,200' elevation .
I'm 61 and been riding since I was 12. This was on Antelope Island we visited it while attending the BMW MOA rally in SLC.
youngest in our group is 61 another guy and I are 70 and two are 75 . Fun guys to ride with .
Lake Jessup, by Winter Springs, Florida. The calm after Hurricane Irma.
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Hey! Me too.
Had a great, 2 hour ride today. My son plays college football, so I watched the game, didn't get out to ride till after 4.
My V7 II Stone is 3 weeks old, and has as much mileage on it as I put my Thunderbird from April to August.
This thread i inspiring. I'll be the big 40 next month, and I've been on two wheels since I was 7. If life treats me as well as you guys, I've got several more decades of adventure.
76 years old
56 when I bought this KLR 4 years ago. My only riding before that was when I was 15 or so on a friend's dirt bike. My son wanted to learn to ride and get a bike so I agreed to take the MSF class with him and see where it all would lead to. It's been a fun adventure so far even with a few off road spills. We ride almost all weekends and year round to work.
Just got back from a 865 mile ride through NM. and CO. 50/50 dirt and pavement. Total age in this crew is 324 years.