1. D_Alfie_Asspincher

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    Who knows where you can let make a cycling short custum tailord.
    Al the stuf in shops are to small for the balls.
     
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    Don't know about a tailor but Pear Izumi are cut a bit more generous.
     
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    Move your balls more upward! Then they should have more than enough space. Getting them in the way is painfull.
     
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    with cycling shorts it Does tend to be balls up.
     
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    These guys are right. I usually reach in and pull everything up and forward just before I start riding. Usually comfortable from there. Make sure that you keep your riding shorts pulled all the way up. They are much higher waited than our pants or underwear. I find that bib shorts are much easier to keep in place.
     
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    Boure.com in Colorado does custom cycling shorts.
     
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    I find that cycling shorts (the chamois) hurt my balls, esp. when I am walking around. The chamois doesn't embrace the package; it smashes it. I don't think that this is because my balls are too big. It really is irritating for me in spinning class. It makes me go slower because the frequent movement in spinning makes my balls ache.
     
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