what is the average age of the wr owner

41 years old, after 18 years pause, bought my WR450 Januar 05, the XT350 as a project bike for my 12 year old son, the wife´s TTR250 Last winter, and then added the CR125 for my son 2 months ago (now 13 years old).

Now it is a family sport and we can see us riding into the sunset decades to come...... if all goes well.

My dad has been riding since he was like 8... I didn't even know they had motorcycles back then! :lame:

And they had just invented boats too! :thumbsup:

I'm 32, had the WR for about 8 months now. Cracking bike, it makes me smile everytime I ride it!!!!

Calendar yrs... 42 mentally and maturity... depending on who ya talk too and when between 8 and 12 on the highside. :thumbsup:

42

ridden most of my life.

age 52

Riding since age 10, first bike was a Norton p11 or a Bultaco el Bandido, can't remember, LOL.

In the garage

2001 Ducati 996S

2001 Aprilia RSV Mille R

2001 Yamaha WR250

2003 Suzuki RM100, daughters bike

2003 Kawasaki 650 Praire

2005 Suzuki DRZ400SM

1974 Suzuki TM400

37 and have been riding for about 24 years.

45, but very immature for my age. (what I want to know is will I always think and feel like a 25 year old? Strange how my wife ages and I don't... well, except for the lack of hair on my head, earning a few pounds (not the British ones), hairy ears, sleeping in my recliner, snoring loudly, etc.)

First bike was a $50 1972 (?) Yamaha 125 enduro when I was in 7th grade. No kickstarter (had to push it) , or headlight, or tailight, a pair of vicegrips for a shifter, duct tape instead of vinyl for upholstery, no baffle, etc... My pride and joy!

45, but very immature for my age. (what I want to know is will I always think and feel like a 25 year old? Strange how my wife ages and I don't... well, except for the lack of hair on my head, earning a few pounds (not the British ones), hairy ears, sleeping in my recliner, snoring loudly, etc.)

First bike was a $50 1972 (?) Yamaha 125 enduro when I was in 7th grade. No kickstarter (had to push it) , or headlight, or tailight, a pair of vicegrips for a shifter, duct tape instead of vinyl for upholstery, no baffle, etc... My pride and joy!

AWWW that is sweet!!

My 1st bike was a harley Davidson enduro. I wish I still had it. I'm guessing it would be worth some $$ now.

34 with lots of aches after a hard ride.

Hey Jim,

You are one of my heros. I want to be ridin well into my 60's!! I'm 45 now.

Btw, I'm sure you've seen KTM will be delivering fully dual sported bikes this year. Their EXC's are 50 state legal. They will be hot sellers! Cheers,

mike

28, but with enough metal plates in my leg that I walk like a 75 year old. My first bike was a 73 Suzuki TC 125. I did yard work for two Saturdays for this old bike. She ran hard and I still have the gas tank mounted in my garage. My current bike is the 06 WR450.

just bought a 06 wr450f

25 and first bike

41 and 16th bike

Timo Mc

49, been riding for 35 years, WR450, garage full of bikes. Still lovin' it. Full speed ahead.

34yrs. Rode Quads from 9-18yrs. First Suzuki lt185 in Pittsburgh, to Quadsport 230 to 250 quadracer! Bought a 2006 WR450 in November-05. My parents didn't allow Bikes.

I feel like a teen again! Now I don't have to ride friends bikes when the parents are out of sight!

Same here. I got my WR last July and I wish I could have had it 10 years ago when I rounded up my old LT500R. I was 23 when I got it. Now I'm 25. I wish I had known what I was missing in the bike's. I've had and raced 2 $15,000 quads ( Banshee and 250R) and 1 $10,000 one ( 500 Suzuki ) and god only knows how much money mom and dad had in the ones before those from age 10 just to keep them running. I just like to pleasure ride now and I'm NOT spending $6,000 on a suspension set-up for quad to make it ride like my $6,000 bike does stock. I

I'm 31 and I've had my 03 WR450 for 3 months. Love the bike.

55 this month and feeling like 65 (way too much abuse on this body) !! I need Barry Bonds' trainer to help me feel younger.

I'm 23 - '06 WR450, First bike, love everything about it

44. Rode from the time I was about 10 through 16. Pretty light stuff - no motocross. Got the CRF 230 to ride with my son, then decided I wanted more.

Believe me, the WR450 is more.

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