For many of us, retirement may be a time to kick back, relax and take it easy. But for those of us who are not the “retiring” type, our later years may be precisely the time to get creative and start a business. Apparently the fastest rate of entrepreneurship in the country is among the 55+ crowd, and companies started by older, serial entrepreneurs tend to have more success. Recently, Inc. Magazine profiled the founders of Pedego, an electric bike company developed after one of the founders was determined to find a way to continue biking as he grew older, while lessening the punishment of the uphill climb home after a long ride. In fact, the majority of Pedego stores are now owned by older business people who found out about the company after they tried the bikes. It’s a fascinating read, and a great ride. Get the scoop Here and Here.