Even though it's a small test group, the 90 percent rate is still quite high. i doubt being in
aussie has anything to do with is as the article states that other non-bikers in that area were also
tested and found to have less occurences of this problem. i plan on having kids eventually and would
hate for this to happen. everyone that's posted seem to be ok. are there anyone here who has been
affected by bike riding or notice difficulty in making those baby things?
i'm addicted to riding. and i log much more than 3000 miles a year so i'm actually quite concerned.
hate to be a worry wart, but i want my little soldiers to be able to march into the fort.
"Zebu" <[email protected]
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> "stamkis" <[email protected]
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> > ml
> Don't forget to add the ml at the end of the link or else you'll get a
> I don't know how much credibility to put into this study since it uses
> a small test group.
> "55 avid mountain bikers and found nearly 90 percent had low sperm counts and scrotal
> abnormalities. Only 26 percent of the 35 non-bikers he studied had similar damage"
> Other factors could also link these bikers such as where they are from.
> they all from Austria? Maybe something that is done within that culture could be effecting their
> jewel bags. Who knows? What type of seats are
> using? FS or HT bikes? For the study to have a bigger impact it must be
> larger including bikers from around the globe.
> I don't have to worry since I don't come close to logging 3000 miles per year or 2 hrs/day for 6