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How old are you?

pilsburypiepilsburypie Posts: 891
edited April 2010 in MTB general
Simples.

Don't know if it's been asked before. No reason, no science, just for shits and giggles.

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  • Me 32.
  • ceecee Posts: 4,553
    31....until april
    Whenever I see an adult on a bicycle, I believe in the future of the human race.

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  • missmarplemissmarple Posts: 1,980
    18 innit bruv.
  • spongtasticspongtastic Posts: 3,131
    35, but i've been riding bikes since I was 4 so maybe that's my excuse?
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  • SloperSloper Posts: 141
    edited February 2010
    50, but only just.

    Rode pushbikes 'till I was 16, then went the powered two-wheeler route. Now I'm giving push-irons a bash again. Perhaps I'm regressing...
  • 26 for a few more months at least.
    It takes as much courage to have tried and failed as it does to have tried and succeeded.
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  • bails87bails87 Posts: 13,317
    22.

    Almost old enough to start calling people 'sonny jim'.
    MTB/CX

    "As I said last time, it won't happen again."
  • 30... I hate being 30. It sounds so old. I can actually remember things fairly clearly that were 20 years ago... :(

    I stopped growing up at about 24 though and I'm sticking to that logic!

    I had to pack in MTB for a few years in my 20's. Only just back to it and massively keen to get back in with a bang.

    Andy
    Why so serious?
  • bails87bails87 Posts: 13,317
    andyp79 wrote:
    30... I hate being 30. It sounds so old. I can actually remember things fairly clearly that were 20 years ago... :(

    I stopped growing up at about 24 though and I'm sticking to that logic!

    I had to pack in MTB for a few years in my 20's. Only just back to it and massively keen to get back in with a bang.

    Andy

    Ugh, I'm like that. I remember stuff from the 1990s, therefore 1990 can't have been that long ago. Then I realise it was 20 years ago and I feel ooooold!
    MTB/CX

    "As I said last time, it won't happen again."
  • bails87bails87 Posts: 13,317
    edited February 2010
    Bah, double post.

    Move along, nothing to see here!
    MTB/CX

    "As I said last time, it won't happen again."
  • cameraukcamerauk Posts: 1,000
    41
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  • PamPen25PamPen25 Posts: 111
    29, 30 in a couple of months............................ :shock:
  • RichMTBRichMTB Posts: 599
    So is this a serious demographic study or is the OP just curious.

    I'm 32 which appears to be bang on the average
    Step in to my hut! - Stumpy Jumpy Pacey
  • ilovedirtilovedirt Posts: 5,798
    bigbenj_08 wrote:
    42
    bloody hell, judging from your pic in MBUK i thought you were like early 20's!?

    I'm 19!
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  • biff55biff55 Posts: 1,404
    38
    bails87 wrote:
    22.

    Almost old enough to start calling people 'sonny jim'.

    no your not so shut it , little sonny jim.

    :wink:
  • Jay dubbleUJay dubbleU Posts: 3,197
    Very :wink:
  • captainflycaptainfly Posts: 1,001
    I'm currently enjoying my late twenties being 31 and all.
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  • as of yesterday 32! :wink:
    Timmo.
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  • missmarplemissmarple Posts: 1,980
    ilovedirt wrote:
    bigbenj_08 wrote:
    42
    bloody hell, judging from your pic in MBUK i thought you were like early 20's!?

    I'm 19!

    Likewise, thought you just got outta uni!
  • mrfmilomrfmilo Posts: 2,728
    13
  • mrfmilomrfmilo Posts: 2,728
    13
  • missmarple wrote:
    ilovedirt wrote:
    bigbenj_08 wrote:
    42
    bloody hell, judging from your pic in MBUK i thought you were like early 20's!?

    I'm 19!

    Likewise, thought you just got outta uni!

    :lol: 8) :twisted:

    i'm 23.
  • I'm 32 till April :D
  • 30, It was the 20th birthday of Photoshop a few days back. Just imagine that, some of the people on this forum are younger than Photoshop.
  • bails87 wrote:
    andyp79 wrote:

    Ugh, I'm like that. I remember stuff from the 1990s, therefore 1990 can't have been that long ago. Then I realise it was 20 years ago and I feel ooooold!

    That's exactly what I was meaning as it happens. I stumbled across my Primary 7 class photo on someone else's Facebook the other day. That was 19 years ago... and I remembered it even though I've not seen the folk in my class since then! Ouch.
    Why so serious?
  • 25
    Santa Cruz Chameleon
    Orange Alpine 160
  • 29 for the next few months, then i will be... 29 again!!! damn the world
  • pilsburypiepilsburypie Posts: 891
    edited February 2010
    RichMTB wrote:
    So is this a serious demographic study or is the OP just curious.
    Nothing more than interest. Wanted to see where I fit into the MTB forum age thing really. Not that it matters. The internet is a very anonymous place. I read a large amount of posts and have conjured up mental pictures in my mind of people which are founded only by the way they write.

    "Would some kind soul be as good as to recommend a suitable quality seatpost?"
    "Need a bling bling mofo post to pimp up my sic ride innit - tell me bruv or I'll shank you up big time" :roll:
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