I have had many discussions with my doc(s) about this topic because I am heading down that road, but hopefully not for 5 or 10 years. The short answer is likely yes, but these artificial knees do not last forever and the risk of having issues with a 2nd replacement go up big time. I cannot tell you exactly how much but that is why they want guys like us to wait until we are 60+. At that age, we are likely not pounding the knee and the chance of needing a second one is low.
The other issue is the bonding of the new knee to your existing bone. That bond joint is typically what fails. When it fails, diagnosing that failure pain vs. just knee pain is difficult and you might have to go a long time before the failure is actually correctly diagnosed.
IMO, once you have an artificial knee, if you want to ride, you are not doing inverts and everything is w2w.