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    jimmy gone to 'sleep' ??!!!

    are yall serious?!!!!

    I mean, I was riding rollers with dude the other day and he all hopped off saying his 'junk' went to sleep. I laughed it off and told him to do some jumping jacks or something (****, I don't know!). just came out the roller thread and heads mentioning the same thang. I mean, I read/heard about this ish before on the road too!

    real spit....

    that **** never happened to me, and if it does, I'm gooood...time to retire!!! fuk a bike!!!..

    what is good tho? is it bad circulation? need to get it wet a bit more often? or did the kid just luck out with the affinity for a hard sturdy saddle no ****?

    this is a problem! a problem!!!!! what's up??!!

    "It drops deep as it does in my breath
    I never sleep, cause sleep is the cousin of death" -NY state of Mind


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    Last time i did back to back ~80 mile rides on my fg, my whole action area was numb. took the rest of the afternoon to get feeling back, and didn't feel 100% until tues morning (that was a sunday). I've done single instances of 80miles since then, and never had the problem again.

    Quite a scare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonechilling View Post
    Road [racing] is one of the only sports where adult men can compete in a non-scholastic setting, so inevitably 8/10 racers are fiercely-competitive nobodies. It's fun as hell, but it's also the foremost refuge of defeated and aging jocks, turned middle-management types.

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    The track/truck and, in technology, the bottom of the apron it is wide, the blue band is called blue band or d'Azure of Cote. You do not have to ride here, or with cross that just in order to obtain -- from the track/truck separated. In a certain track/truck, being very urgent, when coming under from the short indoor track/truck separated in order to promote the fact that it is late, it is mixed into the paint barely there is a sand. But the blue band got wet to Piccolo of Brian, when a little gathers that rubbish and the other wreckage, extending to the crack at the bottom of the track/truck it is easy to slide being the bit which becomes dangerous. I warn being to look at the collision of many cyclists from the thing where always I catch the wheel there in order to be restricted to the rider from the crack. As for that being full with the rubber, as for this it becomes melty with the hot sun. Because it is dicey in remainder, with especially pacelines, try the fact that it does not change to the crack. There is a long sponge where with test of time of the track/truck, the blue band which is vertical to the traffic of the motorcycle in order to prevent the fact that the rider cuts the shortage of expedient interval is crossed.

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    I didn't understand much of what you wrote but if understand correctly, your penis doesn't work as well as usual once you have gotten off of the bike, right? Just tuck it right back in between your buns and sit on your saddle, directly on top of your penis, this will permanently damage the blood vessels in your penis and you will never have a problem riding your bicycle again.

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    Wtf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teiaperigosa View Post
    are yall serious?!!!!

    I mean, I was riding rollers with dude the other day and he all hopped off saying his 'junk' went to sleep. I laughed it off and told him to do some jumping jacks or something (****, I don't know!). just came out the roller thread and heads mentioning the same thang. I mean, I read/heard about this ish before on the road too!

    real spit....

    that **** never happened to me, and if it does, I'm gooood...time to retire!!! fuk a bike!!!..

    what is good tho? is it bad circulation? need to get it wet a bit more often? or did the kid just luck out with the affinity for a hard sturdy saddle no ****?

    this is a problem! a problem!!!!! what's up??!!

    "It drops deep as it does in my breath
    I never sleep, cause sleep is the cousin of death" -NY state of Mind

    Go HERE for awhile and then try to post again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teiaperigosa View Post
    are yall serious?!!!!

    I mean, I was riding rollers with dude the other day and he all hopped off saying his 'junk' went to sleep. I laughed it off and told him to do some jumping jacks or something (****, I don't know!). just came out the roller thread and heads mentioning the same thang. I mean, I read/heard about this ish before on the road too!

    real spit....

    that **** never happened to me, and if it does, I'm gooood...time to retire!!! fuk a bike!!!..

    what is good tho? is it bad circulation? need to get it wet a bit more often? or did the kid just luck out with the affinity for a hard sturdy saddle no ****?

    this is a problem! a problem!!!!! what's up??!!

    "It drops deep as it does in my breath
    I never sleep, cause sleep is the cousin of death" -NY state of Mind


    Well, depending on the bike and how it engages the rollers it can change your contact point with the bike. Typically I ride my rollers more like at stationary trainer and being that my bike is a 47cm the fork stand causes the front end to be jacked up too high. Consequently, when I mount my bike to the roller/trainer device I have to angle my saddle nose way down for the bike to fit anywhere close to normal and to keep my pump from going numb..

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    Alright, I've resisted this a few other times, trying to follow the "if you don't have anything nice to say" aphorism, but I can't do it any longer.

    Your posts are unintelligible, annoying, and dumb. I feel like I'm at some amateur hour for spoken word poetry. I really can't believe you take the time to type up that garbage.

    I'd try responding in some useful way, but I have no clue what the hell you are talking about.

    Either you are trying really hard to be frickin' cool or maybe you actually talk like this in real life. I hope you don't. My NY state of mind is telling me you need a punch in the mouth.

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    Someone rolled 0 on their D20 while doing an intelligence check this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NitroPye View Post
    Someone rolled 0 on their D20 while doing an intelligence check this morning.
    HAHA, Nerd Burn!
    I am looking for a 52cm-ish lugged mixte or ladies frame. Pm if you got one.
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    Last I checked, most college campuses were firmly attached to solid earth, which, in my experience, is typically adequate for riding a bicycle upon.

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    Actually, if we want to talk happy parts, I have a "friend" who is only 23 and notices things taking longer then usual. He is worried this trend will continue and he will tire the ladies out before the event. Any one else have any friends who have noticed this?

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    I think this is typical. You ain't 19 anymore! I notice that now when I drink I tend to last kind of too long. I have only suffered from "whiskey dick" once in my life, but now I notice that if I have been drinking my "friend" takes longer to reach the point of ultimate excitement. This is as good a reason as any to not drink as much.

    Oh no, the bike forum has suddenly become the sexin' forum.

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    Ahh good point. My friend just noticed this happening right around the time he stopped riding mountain bikes exclusively and started riding a fixed gear road bike every day as well. He also doesn't drink before he performs anymore, well not intentionally at least.

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    I think as long as you are healthy and in decent shape your "friend" should still be performing at 23. It might slow down a bit, which is fine, but it should not be a problem.

    I also think you should take into account if it is sport f*ckin' or love makin'. That might affect your performance/friend's reaction time.


    And as for numbness, I had a saddle that was terrible and causing me to wake up in the middle of the night with shooting pains in my nether regions. I even saw a doctor. Switched saddles and the pain went away within a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nayr497 View Post
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    stop lying! u love it when I post! chill out tho partner...u a little toooo hype down there!!!
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    i <3 this forum.

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    teia's high again.

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    I've been on 60 mile rides over gravel on a fixed with no numbness, but I've also got drunk and ****ed after riding 5 miles on the same gravel, and I had to fake it that night. It's hard to say if it was the booze or not though.

    Just from anecdotes we're working with though, it's hard to know if the problem is the old bike, or the biker getting old.
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    I remember being 24 and some 35-something housewife was telling me all about her husband being a cyclist and not being able to perform any more due to prostate problems from riding bikes, and how he refused to quit riding even after knowing that, and it was difficult for her.

    I curse myself for being too stupid to recognize an obvious milf come-on, because she was hot.

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    Well, some people just ride with their saddle in a ****ed up position and dont even know it.
    Thats the main issue here.

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    Again, further proof that we need a "sage" feature and automatic post pruning on this forum.

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    i get erections before i ride anyway.

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    didnt anyone tell you that you can have bikes or sex but not both
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    not a 2ksuck'r

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    All the eunuchs in the house, let me here you say WHAT!

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    I got numb once while riding a new set up. I made some simple adjustments (threw the saddle on a bike bound for craigslist, mostly) and the issue never repeated. I also have a freak bike that tends to hurt a bit. I only ride that one once a month or so and I make sure everything works after I ride it. I probably need to get rid of it or try to address the issue somehow.

    Anyway, I'm 31 and only severe inebriation seems to cause me to slow down. I'll start to worry if I can't get my soldier to stand, but I don't worry too much if it takes a while for him to salute after a night of drinking.

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