Is this you? Riders tell us how their cycling changed as they got older

Effort, aches, pains and enjoyment... does your cycling change as you get older? We asked Cycling Weekly readers

(Image credit: Chris Catchpole)

The majority of us starting cycling at a young age, back when we had boundless energy and everything seemed to hurt a little bit less.

As you carry on riding through your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond, some people's appreciation and perception of their two-wheeled pursuit changes. For others, cycling simply makes them feel young again, and they don't feel any different at 60 than they did at 16.

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