Members tell us please.

Discussion in 'Travelling, Commuting & Safety' started by Large Filipino, Jul 7, 2007.

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I am

  1. Under 21 and under 200 pounds

  2. Under 21 and over 200 pounds

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  3. 22 to 40 and under 200 pounds

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  4. 22 to 40 and over 200 pounds

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  5. Over 40 and under 200 pounds

  6. Over 40 and over 200 pounds

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  1. I'm just really curious. People don't understand why a 41 year old weighing in at 240 pounds would want to get into this hobby.
    But I think a whole lot of you fits my description as well.
    So without any undue whatever,here's a poll!

  2. ironwarlock

    ironwarlock Guest

    Hey I'm 42 and weigh 240-245. Is somebody try'n to call you old?
  3. I'm probably a lightweight compared to most, coming in just under 130lbs, but I'm hoping my weight advantage will offset the enormous atleast 90lbs my bike will weigh.
  4. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    I am 49 & weigh 240.

    weight & exercise factor into longevity.

    but you know what they say......"eat right, exercise, die anyway!"

    :lol: :lol: :lol:
  5. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    47 and around 150...been that weight forever :p
    (my daughter, azvinnie's wife, is trying to put some more on me tho !) :D
  6. I'm just over 40 and come in at 260lbs I just love the simplicity of hopping on my bike a going for a quick fun ride.
  7. grakker

    grakker Guest

    37 and 240. Doctor told me I should be around 220. It may happen. I find that with the new motor I'm not really getting the exercise I used too... But I'm smiling more, so that should count into the life equation.
  8. spunout

    spunout Member

    38yrs, 175lbs, and handsome!!! (if you appreciate Picasso :lol: :lol: )
    Happy :mrgreen:
  9. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    can I get a "hell ye-ah"!!
  10. iRide Customs

    iRide Customs Member

    I too am 38 and running right at 174-175lbs.
  11. lotsa_mpg

    lotsa_mpg Guest

    45 here...and about 230 when I last weighed myself, but that was a year ago and I've likely packed on a few pounds since installing the motor on my bike. Some gal told me today I look just like the guy who worked in the hot dog stand in the movie, City Slickers. I never saw the movie so I have no idea if that was a compliment or an insult...I'm guessing the later.
  12. Barret

    Barret Guest

    32 and 230 lbs here (and 6'1")...and my bike carries me just as fast as the next guy. I love it!
  13. FatPete

    FatPete Guest

    Over here were generally a little smaller. I'm 45 and have reduced my weight to 210. Regards, the biker formally known as FatPete. YES!!!
  14. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    look at the poll results so far.......

    Us BIG guys are winning!! :lol:
  15. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    50yo, 6'5", 190lbs

    (buncha "grown" men playing with bicycles...sheesh! :p :lol: )
  16. locoWelder

    locoWelder Guest

    who's playing........ :smile:
  17. SlicerDicer

    SlicerDicer Guest

    Same boat buddy.. My tecumseh is going to be a beast I am 160lbs at 6.1
  18. ironwarlock

    ironwarlock Guest

    But we are having fun. ;)
  19. Let the older guys stick to the 70cc bikes, and we'll take on the 150cc bikes, the hotrods of the MBc!! :evil: :evil:
  20. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    ahem! you forget who owns a 177cc wisconsin & knows another member who builds kickbutt frames.

    you just never know what those 2 "old guys" may be up to... :p :)

    let's just say i guess we'll have plenty do this coming winter :evil: :evil:

    (dreams of an MBc "unlimited" class...could get scary, eh?)