Old 05-16-21, 08:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Pop N Wood View Post
Saw your title and thought that is the nature of old age.

The good thing about wearing out parts is you get to upgrade to better ones.

On a bike at least...
Same here, like wearing out bikes and not body parts.
Old age and muscle, tendon, bone wear, and strength decreases are all inevitable so ride nice bikes to minimize this and maximize the fun !
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