Biking while wearing a cockring

Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by modulo, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. modulo

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    Before anyone gets too upset, I've already searched the forums and I didn't really find anything that can answer my question so here goes. Now that I've got two stainless cockrings that make me wonder what took me so long to get :biggrin1:, my question is rather simple. I also enjoy cycling and I'm curious to know if you cycling folks out there wear cockrings whilst on the bike. I haven't tried it just yet, but first I want to see what anyone here has to say about it.
     
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    I have never done it but imagine it might get uncomfy pushing on your gouch as you ride.
     
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    Sounds like a stupid move guaranteed to cause pain. Of course if you like pain then go full steam ahead. :cool:
     
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    Touche' :biggrin1:
     
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    Be sure to use one of those seats with a hole in it to accomodate your package.
     
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    Sounds like a sensible idea, but I'm not sure I want to give up my Brooks just yet although I have a couple of anatomic cut Selle Italias as backups.
     
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    This sounds like an awful, awful idea. Please report back.
     
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    LOL...thanks for the giggle Modulo...BUT...Please...Please...Please explain to me, or give me some semi-reasonable explanation why you would ever contemplate, imagine or want to wear a cock ring when you're cycling....and I won't except...just because...as an answer. :biggrin1:
     
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    Just a thought, nothing more.
     
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    Don't even think of it.

    Regular bike saddles compress the perineum, restricting blood flow to the genitals. The nerves to the genitals travel the same route which is what causes numbness in the genitals as well. The area is very highly vascular and needs all the blood flow it can get. Constricting it while using a bike saddle that already can cause dangerous restriction is foolish.
     
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    Yes there are link's to E.D. and Cancer. I used to ride and started to feel a numbness. I did some interesting reading and will never ride again. Its the type of seat that causes the problems. Lance Armstrong and many others have had problem's because of this. Do not ride a bike. Not a good idea if you love your penis.
     
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    Are the indented gel or split seats any better? I thought they were developed precisely to alleviate these problems.

     
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    I dont know. I stopped years ago. There are other ways to stay healthy.
     
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    I don't think it would be a problem..

    I bike a lot and wondered what it would be like with my pierced frenum, but of course there is really no difference unless i hit it somehow.

    As long as you're sof (pretty much always fo me while riding) you shouldn't even feel it, but of course if you do somehow, I wouldn't continue with them on..
     
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    Dude, don't do it. I am a bike club and I ride about 100 miles a week. I wear padded biking short. I have an old Bike rubber cup and I wear it ever time I ride. My balls are huge - the size of jumbo sized eggs and they hang low. After even a short ride, my balls hurt!
     
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    If the seat is properly installed, angle height etc, it is NOT a problem for your penis. Many people ride for many hours many days a week without any penis problems.

    With regards to the ring, in all likelyhood, your ing would just fall off. When doing real exercise, you penis will not only become very flaccid, but also "go into" the belly due to the position on your bike, and it is likely the ring will just slip off.
     
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    If you are doing more then 20 miles it would be just plain uncomfortable, it would limit seat positions and cause some stuff to rub together in a painful way. If you are doing it to show off your cock and find some action just hang around the parking in your bike shorts with your cock ring on standing beside your bike.
     
  18. D_Jimmy Jammer

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    Why would anyone wear a cock ring while cycling, even casually (but especially, if they do, training)?
    I road cycle long distances (training and fitness) for hours per week. Yes, the penis is completely flaccid for the most part, although there are times when, for reasons that having nothing to do with thoughts of sex, I get a 'semi' and, sometimes, a hard on. Other cyclists say the same thing.
    I've never experienced it 'going into my belly' due to the position (of my dick or me) on my bike. :eek:
    Numbness (compression of the perineum dorsal vein and artery and nerve entrapment) seems the most common problem. Seat type helps but that's a trial-an-error affair, unless you're lucky. I've heard that erectile dysfunction can be an issue for quite a few guys.
    So, cock rings? :confused:
     
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    Wear Joe Synder Cockring underwear its great for biking and keeps yur juck up.
     
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    I ride 15-40 miles daily during nice weather, and I found that a leather or rubber cockring is ok for biking. I wouldn't ever try a steel ring while biking as it might bruise you easily. I don't wear it every time I bike, and I certainly don't wear one if I'm wearing shorts that are too tight.
     
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