What are the ages of F6B Riders / Owners ?
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  • 25-35

    64 5.33%
  • 36-40

    46 3.83%
  • 41-45

    140 11.67%
  • 46-50

    159 13.25%
  • 51-55

    267 22.25%
  • 56-60

    231 19.25%
  • 61-65

    173 14.42%
  • 66-70

    87 7.25%
  • 71+

    33 2.75%
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Thread: What are the ages of F6B Riders / Owners ?

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    Admin - Chief poop scooper Phantom's Avatar
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    What are the ages of F6B Riders / Owners ?

    This is a Re-Post of a Poll that was taken out by "Anonymous" Hackers


    How old are our F6B Riders/Owners ? What are the age Demographics?

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    I will be 66..... when I purchase mine next year

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    Senior Member Mike's Avatar
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    53 and ready to RiDE this F6B till I am 63 Then F8B?

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    I turned 40 on the 17th. I was 30 when I purchased my first GL1800. 2003 Model
    Let it be known and let it be written, this is the best bike I've ever owned, and I ain't shittin!

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    65 years wise this year.....right. Can't be too wise, still riding these things.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    54 years young and lots of miles yet to ride.

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    I turned 70 just a bit ago. Have spent years doing a lot of skydiving but decided that it was prudent, considering my knee replacements, to knock off the jumping. I have consoled myself by trading my Valkyrie for the F6B. Wheee!

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    Traveling horizontally is a lot better than traveling vertically, I think. And congrats on the new purchase.. and turning 70.

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    Old Fart

    Turn 65 this November! When I'm out riding I occasionally pass by one of those "Last Stop Hotels" (cemetery) and immediately appreciate and remind myself that being "over the hill" is much better than being "under the hill"

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    Im just a youngin...24 for the second time.

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