I am old enough to retire but just can't seem to do it.
I do construction and actually enjoy going to work.
I am a little slower than I was years ago but I make less mistakes to make up for it.
That cutting firewood can be tough work.
The house I grew up in was heated by a wood burning stove. We never had a furnace in it.
When I got my first house I heated it with a wood burning stove for 25 years or so.
I cut firewood every day of my life back then.
Now days I flip the thermostat when I want heat.
I don't ride bicycles anymore either . I quit riding them when I found out they made bikes with engines.
The last bike I rode had a banana seat , angle wing handle bars , a sissy bar and a fat slick tire on the back.
I think all yours needs is some tires and a good greasing up.
You don't need brakes they will just slow you down.
Besides at your age you need all the excitement you can get.