pain in the groin

David Beard davidebeard at
Mon Jul 23 11:35:10 PDT 2007

Could try going commando and see if it helps. Maybe problem is with the 

Perhaps try wearing a cup??? (48 oz Slurpee or equivalent should be 

Did you have the problem with the Corbin?

Dave Daniels wrote:
> Uh huh.....I knew that was coming. Ironically, it seems to happen the 
> most commuting to work in dress pants. And, typically, they're the 
> loosest.
> */David Beard <davidebeard at>/* wrote:
>     Hmmm, nickname??? Numb Nuts? :-P
>     Happens to me once in awhile too if my pants are too tight, or the
>     old
>     undies are in a bunch. Sometimes you don't notice right away and when
>     you reach down to adjust, it's like nothing's there! =-O Wonder what
>     the cagers think when they see me riding by with a frightened
>     expression
>     on my face, smacking my nether regions. Wish I knew a fix for ya
>     to try.
>     I just try to wear my baggiest pants when I ride for extended periods.
>     Dave B
>     Dave Daniels wrote:
>     > Ok, this post may make a few chuckle, but I have a real
>     question. Does anybody else have trouble with your groin (aka your
>     nuts) going numb on the stock seat over a period of a half hour or
>     more? Seriously, this is a problem for me.
>     >
>     >

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