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    Jul 2004

    Good job! Field testing...

    A recent NYT article supports fears that bicycle seats could lead to a lack of steelness to the male anatomy. I'd like to lay this theory to rest, but I'm too small a sample to prove statisitcally significant. Someday I'd like to teach my kid to ride...

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    Feb 2004
    This topic was discussed on our local site, and it was determined (unscientifically) that nobody there had noticed any problems with potency.

    They were all guys who responded, but among the female riders I know, this hasn't been a problem either. We would definitely have discussed it if it were!

    Hmmm, come to think of it, maybe men would never ever admit to it anyway.........but if it DID pose a problem, I don't think biking would be as popular as it is. We'd hear a lot more complaining and see fewer baby pictures being posted
    "We sat outside the dentist, tooting a horn on the guy's bike."-overheard in the Underground

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