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Older and bolder: More seniors taking up adventure sports to keep fit

On weekends, 58-year-old businessman John Cheng destresses by cruising along the streets of Pasir Ris on his four-wheeler - a longboard about 1m in length. It is not a skateboard, he is quick to point out.

His board is longer and sturdier than the conventional skateboard - he can travel a greater distance than when he is on its shorter cousin. He covers a distance of about 50km on the weekend.

"It is just a different experience from other sports like cycling," he said. "Cycling is mostly sitting down and using your legs, while skateboarding involves your whole body. It does wonders in keeping me fit and agile."

Mr Cheng has been longboarding with a group of about five friends - some of whom are also in their 50s - for several years.

Mr Simon Lee, 50, who works as a legal counsel, said he had wanted to pick up snowboarding. In tropical Singapore, longboarding came closest to it. "I enjoy the freedom," he added. "At my age, I don't want to do tricks, but I do this as exercise."