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  1. #121
    Since I began keeping track of my MTB riding on Strava in 2015 this is my best year ever and because of heavy snow I actually got a late start. It's been a great year with lots of fun rides and two gold medals at the World Senior Games. Living the dream.....

    Distance 2,329.9 mi
    Time 349h 29m
    Elev Gain 277,582 ft
    Rides 179


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  4. #122
    My son Brady joined the club. I think some of Shaneís climbing records in corner canyon are in serious jeopardy or already gone. Iíll have to get a 29er one day and try to catch up with you guys. Heís getting much faster downhill, but Iíve still got him there.


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  6. #123
    Quote Originally Posted by accadacca View Post
    I think some of Shane’s climbing records in corner canyon are in serious jeopardy or already gone.
    I certainly hope he can beat me.... I'm a 60 y/o grandpa.



    And I just looked. Brady has some great times. I hope there is a NICA season so he can show it off.

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  8. #124
    Quote Originally Posted by Iceaxe View Post
    I certainly hope he can beat me.... I'm a 60 y/o grandpa.

    Iím convinced that age is just a number. My Dad is 74 and has more energy then most.


  9. #125
    Quote Originally Posted by accadacca View Post
    Iím convinced that age is just a number. My Dad is 74 and has more energy then most.
    Talk to me again when your 60, or even 50.... father time tries to kick the shit out of you every day after 50... you have to work twice as hard just to keep what you have. Guys that stay active seem to weather the storm much better, because once you lose what you have you can't get it back.

    Or at least that's my two cents...

    Here's today's workout... tell Brady to go match that ;-)


  10. #126

    Strava Club

    Quote Originally Posted by Iceaxe View Post
    Talk to me again when your 60, or even 50.... father time tries to kick the shit out of you every day after 50... you have to work twice as hard just to keep what you have. Guys that stay active seem to weather the storm much better, because once you lose what you have you can't get it back.

    Or at least that's my two cents...

    Here's today's workout... tell Brady to go match that ;-)

    He had climbed 2,600 feet and 23-25 miles. Pretty solid average speed. His Strava messed up on the milage as you can see that straight line which happens sometimes on Android for some reason. He rode up from the EQ over to coyote, canyon, down rush, back up canyon, then a couple laps on peak view and then down ghost, rattler and limelight. I did part of it, 14 miles and 1,900.


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  12. #127
    Quote Originally Posted by Iceaxe View Post
    Talk to me again when your 60, or even 50.... father time tries to kick the shit out of you every day after 50... you have to work twice as hard just to keep what you have. Guys that stay active seem to weather the storm much better, because once you lose what you have you can't get it back.

    Or at least that's my two cents...

    Hell, I've noticed it at 40. It's really frustrating. No wonder the uber-rich celebrities drop a small fortune on supplements like HGH and steroids.
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  13. #128
    40 wasn't too bad for me... all I had to do then was stop drinking a 6 pack of Mountain Dew every day and I was good for another 5 years.

    At one time I was a huge Mtn Dew junkie.

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