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    75 years young after riding over 55 years
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    Well done Jim, hope I can do the same

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    Way to go Jim. I'm 67 and hope to have many more years of riding.

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    Thanks for the replys.Will keep riding for as long as i feel capable and safe

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    46 years old. No mid life crisis, just old enough to have worked hard enough to afford quality without sacrificing tomorrows meal. I'm sure you all relate. "May you all ride with skill, ride with presence of mind, immaculate sanity and divine inspiration. May you ride as brilliantly as possible all the time, every time, because when we all do will be be safe as we can all possibly be." (Bikeme.Tv, May 4th 2016 "Ride Safe is what Dickheads Say").

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    I.m 56 picked up my 07 tuouno from wandsworth rode back to surrey first ride since selling my suzuki GT550 in 1981 only only got 300 for it heartbraking.spent the money on a mk3 cortina .sitting in rushhour traffic unable to find neutral and your hand aches.

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    Welcome mucker.

    Neutral, try and knock it in from second when yer still moving.

    Mine did the same but wiz ok once the oil warmed up.

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    Im now 48, been riding since I was about 8 years old, that was my dear old Grans Honda C50 up and down the farm lane..... Still lovin it...

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    Even at standstill just nick it up in to second and tap down into neutral! Works everytime!

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    Finding neutral alot easer now. Just had a nice ride out to Boxhill.right hand ached like a gooden
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    Well after reading through this wonderful thread. I feel like a youngster. Turning 33 on the 29th.

    How you ask does a kid so young and spry afford such a bike. Well my friends, 0 student loans (uncle Sam paid for it) only one credit card with a low balance, and to boot I have a money tree growing out back. Haha!

    If we are going by "you're only as old as you feel, I'm 22.

    After a long day of being an adult, nothing sounds better then a blast home in this bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VerdonD952 View Post
    Well after reading through this wonderful thread. I feel like a youngster. Turning 33 on the 29th.

    How you ask does a kid so young and spry afford such a bike. Well my friends, 0 student loans (uncle Sam paid for it) only one credit card with a low balance, and to boot I have a money tree growing out back. Haha!

    If we are going by "you're only as old as you feel, I'm 22.

    After a long day of being an adult, nothing sounds better then a blast home in this bike.

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    Nice, i dont feel to bad now lol.
    Just picked up my '13 V4 last week.
    I will be 32 in a couple of months and after 15 years of full on sportbikes i am really liking these dirt bars!!
    Almost feels like riding a sophisticated stunt. (Dont worry, no squidly diddly antics)
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    56 and still feel like a kid out on my bike , long may I feel this way !!!!
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