I'm just wondering if there are others out there like me...I turn 37 next week, have an 18 month old daughter and am recovering from another injury. I got back in the saddle today for the first time in two months. My broken thumb is almost completely healed and I decided to ride. I did 48 miles in Breckenridge CO today. I took it easy. Didn't push the envelope and didn't try to keep up with others. I just rode. I have been hurt 3 out of the last 5 rides including knocking myself out. That is more than I have been hurt in the past 10 years. I have finally decided that I need to slow down. While I am not an old fogey by any means, I do have to admit that my reflexes are not what they use to be. I can no longer live in denial. I can't keep up with the kids and there no fear attitudes. Just have to let them go and live to ride another day. That is hard to do. But there, I said it. While I rode hard today, I didn't push it at our usual insane pace. And it felt good. I was like hey, I can do this. I can keep the testosterone level down. But I know the real reason why I have decided to ride my age. It is not the injuries. It is the 18 month old baby girl that I come home to. To much at stake right now. OK, that felt good. It is out in the open and I can go on with my life. I'm just looking for some group therapy.