Does it hurt for guys to cycle?

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Does it hurt for guys to ride a bicycle?
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  • If you are referring to road racing, than yes, it does if you are just beginning or have I'll fitting shorts or tight underwear. My right testicle had a lot of pressure put on it because it hung at an uneven angle over my saddle.
    The problem with riding in hot, muggy climates with a razor thin saddle, is that my testicles hang low on opposite sides of the saddle, and that puts pressure on sensitive parts and cords. My right nut was to tight and swollen to hang even with the left testicle, and bor the brunt of the weight of the two nuts. Wearing underwear would have supported them better, but baking my boy parts in oppressively hot and muggy weather conditions, with tightly whitey's for biking being like a vice grip crushing and burning my nuts simultaneously. The pain and fear of becoming sterile caused me to throw them away, so I wore loos fitting shorts for training and let my right testicle hang out below the pant legs and the left one hang loose between the fabric and my pantleg, catching what breeze it could. My right nut wasn't visible to anyone on the road because it was facing the shoulder, so I let it hang loose in the breeze. A pedestrian would sometimes see it coming from the opposite direction, but I picked up the pace so that everything was a blurry streak as I zipped past them at 40 miles an hour. The right nut got pounded a little bit, but it was better than both of them being crushed in fashionable, high performance sperm killing shorts and jerseys. A dull ache in one nut was better than an agonizing pain in both. Eventually, I got desensitized too the discomfort and started winning races.
    The solution to my problem, beat the 💩 out of your reproductive equipment until they don't hurt anymore. Either that, or use saddles that are fat and manufactured for woman on recreational 3 speed cruising bikes.
    Men are to insecure about their masculinity too do that.

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  • Men's cycling shorts will have a natural chamois pad (which needs to be cleaned after each ride) which reduces chaffing and acts as a bit of padding. Even so, when riding over (say) railroad tracks, stand up on the peddles because riding over something like that while sitting can be uncomfortable on the testicles

  • What, on their man period?

    • Ya! Mine is a B! TCH!

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    • @Guardian45 I'M DRINKIN' HOT COFFEE AT MY COMPUTER GDI XD

  • What is cycle
    If you're talking about dirt bikes no not even it's a blast if you could tell me what it is

    • I mean cycling on a bicycle.

    • Aww ok I dont like to ride more than 50 miles I start to hate the seat . I did a charity ride once and I put a banana seat on just so I'd be comfortable but in all honesty I'd rather ride their bikes 10 times better and faster but yes still in good shape. It's good to ride the bicycle

  • I use a padded seat and padded bike shorts. Sometimes my butt gets a little sore and occasionally I have to "adjust" my penis but it never hurts it.

  • It can do yes which is why I have a padded set of Lycra shorts, particularly padded around the jewels area 😂

  • Wait why would it lol

    • Don't know, just where the seat is I would imagine it being uncomfortable.

    • By that logic simply sitting down would be uncomftble

    • Not really, the bike seat goes inbetween your legs.

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  • To ride a bike? It does for me so I never learned

  • Only as much as it hurts you girls. I

    • @asker It’s funny how little some peoples vocabulary is isn’t it?

    • I guess that I maybe learnt it differently than them, or they weren't paying attention in class.

    • I think they must have just not been paying attention because anyone involved in cycling knows that that is the proper discription of the act of riding a bicycle good for you for knowing the difference!

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  • What do you mean by, "cycle"?

    • Riding a bicycle.

    • Well, it depends on the seat and how cushy it is. When I had a normal bike seat, it was at least slightly cushy and I don't recall ever having any problems with that. A few years later, I got a Spider bike with a banana seat. No problem at all, with that because, on those, you kinda lean back a tad and ride on your ass, most of the time. And, they were pretty cushy, too. A number of years later, I got a 12-speed bike and that had a pretty stiff seat so, doing my usual riding, sitting for a few minutes; standing for a few, the seat didn't bug me, much. But, because the handle bars on those are like rams antlers, you have to lean way forward to be able to use the breaks and, sometimes, steer the bike, although, I was pretty damn good at steering without the handle bars. So, sitting that way, leaned that far forward, actually puts a bit of pressure on your plonker, especially on such a stiff seat! Riding that way for a number of minutes starts to cause problems. And, it's not just using that kind of seat or sitting that way, I had the same issue one night behind my drums at a gig right in the middle of a song! Sitting that way begins, slightly, to trap the blood already in the end of your plonker which causes it to begin swelling up a tiny bit. That causes more blood to get trapped which causes more swelling and it just keeps going until you've got a full hardon and the blood no longer has a way to get out! After another minute or two of this, it's VERY noticeable and starts to get very tingly, like, if you put a ball in your armpit and squeeze your arm on the ball or if you sit sideways on a chair and drape one arm over the back so the back of the chair presses into your armpit for a minute. Your fingers get tingly and it feels like "pins & needles". Basically, your arm fell asleep. Well, the same thing happens to Sir Richard! I don't know if you could ever cause this to happen but, imagine getting that feeling in your clit and you'd know what it's like.

    • The only thing to quell this is to either stand up on the pedals until the pain goes away or slide over to one side so that only one ass cheek is on the seat until you get the feeling back or just stop the bike and get off for a moment.

  • It does not hurt but sometimes I get chafed and my shorts ride up on me.

  • I think it depends on the guy and his anatomy. Personally I find it incredibly uncomfortable. Some men however are not bothered at all by it.

    • I could imagine it being very uncomfortable especially as it's so sensitive.

    • Well there are a couple factors involved. I have strong thighs and not much of a thigh gap at all. I also have larger ones so they tend to be more in the way. -this doesn’t make me better or worse than any other man out there, it’s just physics. I have had a few friends say the same.

    • By larger ones I mean balls 😂

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  • You would think so, right?

    • Yes I would imagine it would hurt quite a bit.

    • For some of us it does!

    • All guys have a secret way that we can temporarily detach their crown jewels and stow them away for safe keeping until bicycling is done.

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  • Not at all.

    • So it's not uncomfortable or anything?

    • It can be a little uncomfortable at times. It all depends on what you wear.

    • @asker I’ve even done the London nude cycle race

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  • Nah. We just adjust our ass so we're not getting a wedgie and our balls aren't being pinched.

    ... But does it hurt if we have to stop quickly? YES!

  • Wut?

    • Does it hurt down there when you cycle, or is it just uncomfortable?

    • Oh.. not at all.

  • No more than it does to sit in a chair. God’s not that hard on us. rofl

  • No I ride daily.

  • No more or less than it does for women

  • Can be. Gotta swing em off to the side. Make sure they don’t get in the spokes.

  • Huh?

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