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

    58 5.34%
  • 36-40

    41 3.77%
  • 41-45

    137 12.60%
  • 46-50

    150 13.80%
  • 51-55

    251 23.09%
  • 56-60

    212 19.50%
  • 61-65

    147 13.52%
  • 66-70

    67 6.16%
  • 71+

    24 2.21%
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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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    TennX
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    I will be 66..... when I purchase mine next year

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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.

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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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    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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    I will be 58 in September and was going to wait another year to get a new bike,but as fast as time is passing and also the fact that I have way more years behind me the in front I said geez what you waiting for.

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    TennX
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob109 View Post
    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"
    What I like about being over the hill, is now we get to coast the rest of the way...least I do....

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    will be 58 in December, and still love to go fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by TennX View Post
    What I like about being over the hill, is now we get to coast the rest of the way...least I do....
    I'm not quite there yet . But I have heard that once you go over the Hill You pick up speed

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    I am currently 33 and almost bought a Goldwing when I was 28; thank god I waited a few years!

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    36 for me. I miss being able to vote in the youngest category. Missed it by that much.

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    45 when i purchased my F6B. The 4th bike I have purchased in 5 years.

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    I call it the complete evolution of a motorcyclist. Starting hunched over, feet tucked way up and back on the most aggressive sports bike I could afford. Overtime I found myself slowly sitting further upright, legs un-folding as a result. My last bike (which I still have), a Concours 1400 was very comfortable and what I thought was the peak of evolution, and then came the F6B. I am now what I consider fully evolved. This bike has such a neutral riding position I just dont know what to think, but thats ok, as long as I dont start to De-evolutionize, aka Harley riding position. I am the proud 2%...
    Still Wingman after the site crash! :cool:

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    I'm beginning to get old @ 55.
    My neck couldn't take my CBR anymore. Then I got a new VFR and that wasn't much better, certainly not for long trips.

    This, and my husband's 2012, are the two most expensive bikes we've ever bought. Most young people don't have that sort of disposable income at that point in their careers..
    Please don't spook the road-sheep.

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