Stop deleting the V1ag£ra emails

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  • they could come in handy according to the wall street journal

    "Because riders can't stand up in the saddle to coast, long rides can result in reduced blood flow to the reproductive organs, which studies suggest may lead to impotence."

  • good.

    the world is overpopulated already.

    and a reduced libido would result in less hassle, less grief and more time to ride your bike.

  • glow they could come in handy according to the wall street journal
    "Because riders can't stand up in the saddle to coast, long rides can result in reduced blood flow to the reproductive organs, which studies suggest may lead to impotence."

    London2Southend.. we're fscked! :)

    Nah, this crap has been going on for years. You can stand up should you need to and if your knob is going numb there's something wrong with your position (on the bike guys, on the bike! No, not the TOWN bike! Sheesh!) :)

  • I've never had any problems with that.

    Standing in the saddle on fixed, I mean

  • I like this: "I personally think this is a bit of a fad and that a lot of fixed-gear bikes will end up as braked singlespeeds with freewheels, and that after a while, the wisdom of maybe matching a low-output rider to varying loads and terrain will once again reveal the wisdom of gearing". I tend to agree.. which will be great when it comes time to buy cheap bikes! :)

    "Specialized last year sold 5,000 of its fixed-gear Langsters, up from 600 when it introduced the line in 2001."

    See: http://twocitiestwowheels.blogspot.com/2­006/07/wall-street-journal-and-fixies.ht­ml

  • Been riding for over 15 years now and can't say that I ever had a problem. These stories keep popping up every now and then though. Same old, same old.

  • i would'nt worry...Its in the (tight) genes

  • hippy I like this: "I personally think this is a bit of a fad and that a lot of fixed-gear bikes will end up as braked singlespeeds with freewheels, and that after a while, the wisdom of maybe matching a low-output rider to varying loads and terrain will once again reveal the wisdom of gearing". I tend to agree.. which will be great when it comes time to buy cheap bikes! :)

    "Specialized last year sold 5,000 of its fixed-gear Langsters, up from 600 when it introduced the line in 2001."

    my langster has got a goldtec,f,f,rear wheel, cropped risers and a front brake, not gonna change much

  • Matt Seaton on the 'numb-nuts' myth.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,,20­65512,00.html

    It's a load of cobblers. If it really did cause impotence and sterility, then messengers wouldn't have babies.

  • I've read a few journals of bike tourest clearly on there "last bit of freedom for 18 years" riding round the world or th Chain and back then the blog state "nine months later x and I had a baby boy / girl". Seems to do wonders for your bits if these blogs are anything to go by.

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