Saddle for well endowed?

Andy
Andy Posts: 8,207
edited November 2009 in MTB buying advice
I find that most saddles do not offer me a satisfactory level of comfort. This is down to have a much larger than average manhood.

Are there any saddles out there known to help with this affliction?

All help appreciated.
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  • stubs
    stubs Posts: 5,001
    One of these should accomadate Buster Gonads

    http://www.bikeradar.com/news/article/noseless-saddle-launched-in-uk-21767

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  • Alex
    Alex Posts: 2,086
    Beyond making sure you 'position' everything right I'm not sure there's a whole lot you can do. Keeping your brussels sprouts out of harms way is a far more pressing concern and one I can certainly empathize with. At a full 25ml on the orchidometer, you do need to take care when you plant yourself in the saddle.

    If it helps, imagining Maggie Thatcher naked has been scientifically proven to reduce your cumberland to a chipolata within 20 seconds.
  • supersonic
    supersonic Posts: 82,708
    I have seen the solution!

    An old bloke came into a shop I worked at once with one of those big sofa saddles - but he had cut half of it away and had angled it to one side. I asked him why it was like that, and he coolly (and loudly) in a broad Yorkshire accent infront of many customers said: "It's so I can hang me bollocks over the side".
  • nicklouse
    nicklouse Posts: 50,675
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  • stubs
    stubs Posts: 5,001
    Alex wrote:

    If it helps, imagining Maggie Thatcher naked has been scientifically proven to reduce your cumberland to a chipolata within 20 seconds.

    I find thinking of Anne Widdecombe fully clothed does it for me

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  • I wish I had your "problem".

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  • whyamihere
    whyamihere Posts: 7,708
    I can answer this in a mere two words:

    "You wish"
  • andrew156 wrote:
    I find that most saddles do not offer me a satisfactory level of comfort. This is down to have a much larger than average manhood.

    Are there any saddles out there known to help with this affliction?

    All help appreciated.

    Wait a minute, if this is really a saddle problem are you tucking the whole lot down, under and through the back in he-she him-her style? :shock:

    Get a pair of decent fitting chamy undershorts and tuck it all out of harms way for goodness sake! you shouldn't be sitting on your bits, unless you particularly enjoy trail buzz and the odd severe whack?

    oof!

    Kev
  • supersonic
    supersonic Posts: 82,708
    If you ride with a constant erection it should point it out of harms way.
  • whyamihere
    whyamihere Posts: 7,708
    I fins it rather difficult to ride without a constant erection. Like playing snooker with a rope.
  • afcbian
    afcbian Posts: 424
    Sat in bed with the current Mrs S laughing my arse off
    Fantastic !
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  • What the hell is that saddle pictured above. It looks like a medieval torture instrument! :shock: Hell , if you moved forwards up a hill then slid off the saddle you could turn into a Bee gee in 2 seconds! :?

    The best thing to do is slip an ice pack down your shorts for 10 minutes before you ride - you'll struggle to find the thing let alone sit on it. :lol:

    On a serious note well fitting cycle shorts should be enough.
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  • nicklouse
    nicklouse Posts: 50,675
    "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path, and Leave a Trail."
    Parktools :?:SheldonBrown
  • nicklouse
    nicklouse Posts: 50,675
    "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path, and Leave a Trail."
    Parktools :?:SheldonBrown
  • cheehee
    cheehee Posts: 427
  • :lol: That looks like an advert for saddle viagra. I can already hear the advert "Does your saddle suffer with a drooping nose, fear no more canada med has the answer with our blue saddle cream. Putting the pleasure back into cycling." :wink:
    Scott Genius 08, Marin Rock Springs 08, Marin Pine Mountain 89
  • deffler
    deffler Posts: 829
    M.T.F.U saddle should do the trick
    Boardman Hybrid Pro

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  • How do you ride your bike? It sounds like you're sitting on your genitals.
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  • i know your pain.... being a "thick cocked stallion" myself it can be quite a terrible thing having a long ride....
  • bails87
    bails87 Posts: 12,998
    SirPaulyUK wrote:
    i know your pain.... being a "thick cocked stallion" myself it can be quite a terrible thing having a long ride....
    EmO_Kid wrote:
    Pics or it didnt happen

    :lol:
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  • dennisn
    dennisn Posts: 10,601
    I can't tell if you're bragging or complaining. :wink::wink:
  • SirPaulyUK wrote:
    i know your pain.... being a "thick cocked stallion" myself it can be quite a terrible thing having a long ride....

    Are we still talking about cycling?
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  • SirPaulyUK wrote:
    i know your pain.... being a "thick cocked stallion" myself it can be quite a terrible thing having a long ride....

    Are we still talking about cycling?
    2015 Nukeproof Mega TR 275 in raw
  • In a serious suggestion, the MBUK saddle test, suggested that the Syncros AM saddle has sofa-esque proportions so should provide ample cushioning for your 'issue'
  • Briggo
    Briggo Posts: 3,537
    Rip the seat off and ride (aka shove it up your butthole) on the seatpost alone, that way your "well endowed" manhood will flop freely in the wind.
  • Flenser
    Flenser Posts: 372
    Turn your saddle so that the point faces to the rear and slightly upwards.

    Alternately MTFU. :lol:
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  • think back to your awkward teenage years,,,,,,tuck it up under your belt!
    or perhaps some sort of sling for the 2veg?
    a mankini?
    or just M.T.F.U :wink:
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  • supersonic
    supersonic Posts: 82,708
    Have you tried curling it up like a cumberland sausage?

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  • ilovedirt
    ilovedirt Posts: 5,798
    :lol: oh dear, this thread is great, that last one was definitaly an LOL moment!
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  • hamstrich
    hamstrich Posts: 112
    ...or perhaps you could skewer it to keep it out of harm's way?

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