aches & pains





delbert

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just lately i find after an hour of riding i get neck and back pain, i used to be able to ride forever with out a problem , any one else find this or am i just getting old :rofl: :whistle:
 

HillbillyTom

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Change your riding position/style/gear any? Had any other injuries lately that would make you set on the bike differently?
Lotta things besides age that can be a factor.
 

sleepless_red

The artist formerly known as "sleeper_red"
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just lately i find after an hour of riding i get neck and back pain, i used to be able to ride forever with out a problem , any one else find this or am i just getting old :rofl: :whistle:
Look straight ahead and not at the girls jogging on the sidewalk and you'll be fine.J/K:rofl:
What kind of helmet are you using?
 

flybybusa

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exercise, strengthening your core muscle groups may help
 

chrisjp

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studys have found that reduceing your basic hormone levels can lead to fatiuge and joint pains. research has found this also promotes hair growth and reduced levels of sight. so i recomend other leisure activitys to refocus and revitalize your levels so you may again join the ranks of the iron butts
 

Pardini

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My pains ache just sitting here. Your getting old, it's natures way of tellin' you not to do all that stupid shid you use to do when you were young. :rofl:
 

Jdog109socal

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I have just switch to a Busa...I use to ride a FJR and after 100 miles my tail bone and lower back hurt so bad i could hardley walk...Now i just did 350 mile ride on the Busa and have no pain at all except a little sore wrist...:laugh:
 

V-Max 2 Busa

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You guy's think your feeling old? Try flying into a tree!:whistle: I don't think I'm ever gonna feel right after this one.

Seriously though for me the less I do the more I ache, even being all banged up I'm forcing myself to exercise at whatever level my body will allow. I tried to run a bit the other day, big mistake with this hip contusion, things just didn't feel right or good at all.
 

aussiesuzukirider

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I'm a year away from the Half Century and I am still quite fit as I only just retired from playing Australian Rules Football I use the same Stretching Exercises I used when I played on my legs, hips & back before a long ride and return with out a problem. It all comes down to body management if you don't look after it, it will let you down.:beerchug::thumbsup:
 

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