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How old is too old for snowboarding?

My questions pretty much sum it up.
What is the consensus for someone to hang it up?
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There is no age to hang it up. However long your body holds up is however long you can ride.
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ain't no basic boarder, i run carhartt's for boarding clothes, i drive a big loud diesel truck, and i am PROUD to be a CANADIAN.
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anyone over 30 should just stick to skiing

snowboarding is about doing what you want and not listening to old people!

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Be careful

Age catches you up quick. Based on what you are saying you're about half way through "your life", before long you will be an OLD Person.

Bite me, I was skateboarding in the 70's and I snowboard now.... I don't feel my age and can board from first lift to last including night boarding.
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My questions pretty much sum it up.
What is the consensus for someone to hang it up?
What is the consensus for someone to buy a scooter chair?

"Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity."

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I will stop when I am 6 feet under.
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anyone over 30 should just stick to skiing

snowboarding is about doing what you want and not listening to old people!
Fuck you fucky!!!
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too old is what ever age you decide it is .. and youre always right
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there is an instructor at brundage mountain that is 90 and got his level 3 like 5 years ago @85
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