Bicycling is a terrific way to get from one place to another. Some men and women avoid bicycling, though, because they worry that it may damage their reproductive organs and harm their sexual function. Science supports this worry. But it mainly applies to people who cycle a lot.
Can cycling help your sex life? (video)
Cycling - Wikipedia
Everyone has their own reason why they ride a bike. Some do it to stay healthy, others ride to keep active, and then there are some who ride purely for the enjoyment of it. However, after reading this, you may have another reason to want to get out on the bike. Sex, also known as hanky panky, bump and grind, doing the dirty, or a particular favourite of us, bow-chika-bow-wow. Anybody who gets on their bike regularly will be aware of the huge health benefits of cycling, but did you know that the rise in blood oxygen levels brought about by taking part in such high aerobic activity produces feelings of intense wellbeing and increased sexual vitality? And according to some research, cycling has the power not only to make you more desirable to the opposite sex, but also to increase your level of sexual satisfaction, and even improve your lovemaking ability! Now, that in itself is surely enough of a reason to keep on riding your bike.
Does cycling really damage men's sexual organs?
Cycling , also called biking or bicycling , is the use of bicycles for transport , recreation , exercise or sport. Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century and now number approximately one billion worldwide. Cycling is widely regarded as a very effective and efficient mode of transportation   optimal for short to moderate distances. Bicycles provide numerous benefits in comparison with motor vehicles, including the sustained physical exercise involved in cycling, easier parking, increased maneuverability, and access to roads, bike paths and rural trails.
No one wants to get injured and spend endless, wasted days and weeks off the bike suffering from back pain, stiff neck, torn muscles, pulled ligaments — the endless list of aches and pains that do nothing but make life a misery. Cyclists are willing to put up with a lot of discomfort, but there is one injury that strikes fear into the heart of every male cyclist. The whole debate came to a head back in when an article was printed in an issue of Bicycling magazine. The article referenced an unpublished study by well-known urologist Irwin Goldstein, suggesting that bike seats crush the main artery to the penis, causing permanent impotence. The belief was that sitting on a bicycle for long periods of time exerts high pressure to a very sensitive area — the perineum, which lies between the genitals and the anus.