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This was driving me nuts :confused:so I sat down & did the sums.
225 responses (137 year old yours is omitted go ride with the Harleys:p)
If this was a girls forum there would have been far fewer.
So the average age is 492 months, 27 days & 5 hours. OR near as dammit to 42 years.
The youngest was 19 of which there were two & the oldest (only honest guys last this long on a bike)was 71.
The most common age was 48 & the variance on the mean age 11 years.
So that makes us a mature responsible bunch of guys which is why this forum is such a privilege to have access to.
There the mystery is over & we can get back to riding our bikes.:D
 

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Thank you!:thumbsup:
 

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well done..

i was wondering when someone was going to man up and do the math
 

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What was the median age?
 

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This was driving me nuts :confused:so I sat down & did the sums.
225 responses (137 year old yours is omitted go ride with the Harleys:p)
If this was a girls forum there would have been far fewer.
So the average age is 492 months, 27 days & 5 hours. OR near as dammit to 42 years.
The youngest was 19 of which there were two & the oldest (only honest guys last this long on a bike)was 71.
The most common age was 48 & the variance on the mean age 11 years.
So that makes us a mature responsible bunch of guys which is why this forum is such a privilege to have access to.
There the mystery is over & we can get back to riding our bikes.:D
But of course the thread started in 2005, so you need to adjust for the aging since...

;)
 

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Does being 40 make me a snot nose punk?
 

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I am glad you did this because I was really very concerned that I was in fact the perfect customer profile as drawn up by Triumph four years ago. It is a huge relief to know that I was much too young.
 

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Thanks

Thanks a lot....Now I feel like going and exchanging my recent purchase for a Street Triple or something like that. Mean/Median in the 40s, I am never getting any broads with this bike.....Oh wait I am married with a baby, that is why I bought this bike.....Don't need any temptation
 
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