Problem: Riding a motorcycle

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    OK comrads, how in the hell are you supposed to ride a motorcycle with chastity device on?

    I had to take mine (the one that looks like nopacha 100) off to get to work today.

    PA5000 could be more suitable, as it allows penis to point somewhere else than straight ahead + lets the balls live their own life.
     
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    I ride a CBR1000RR most days about 25 miles each way to work with no real problems. Wearing tight pant or jeans can make it uncomfortable but if I wear loose pants or pleated pants and boxer shorts I can usually find a comfortable position. You need to allow your bits to find a natural position without too much restriction.
     
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    Yes .. I guess bikes (and bikers) are quite a lot different in this sense. I have several bikes but my daily ride is a 1100cc all-road bike, where the sitting positiion very much pushes my things very directly to front end of the saddle.

    As it is my intention to ride practically daily, when the roads melt, this is something I really have to figure out.

    I live in northern edge of Europe and the winter is right now backing off, freeing roads for motorbikes.
     
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    i ride a yamaha 535 ( cruiser ) no problem.
    the upright riding position legs forward just like an is arm chair.
    rode a race bike once with my cb6ooos on.
    i thought i was being cut in half.
    just remember easy on the brakes
     
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    would be funny trying to explain in A&E if you fell off. hee hee.
    Drive carefully
     
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    In my opinion you would find it very easy to use your bike if locked in pa-5000 you can sit in any position or move in almost any way and the device does not get unconfortable but my opinion is limited as I dont have a motorbike.
     
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    I sit upright with my cb6000s, and there's usually no problem. It just kinda goes to one side of the saddle...
     
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    I have worn my Neosteel She-Male belt on my bike. But I have a Goldwing, and comfort is the word. Now the twins aren't soo sure that its all that comfy, but they don't get a voice in the choosing. It does get tiring around 100 miles, but by then my butt ready for a break, besides the wife needs a pit stop also, or two..

    As for everything about wearing a chastity device, if you want too, need too, have too, you will find an way to make it work. Every time I say I can"t wear it for that, I found that I could, and will. So suck it up, riding more important than comfort.. Well that comfort!!!

    Missy Tanya :character0201:
     
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    Have you thought about getting a custom saddle? I have a Russell and I can sit in that thing all day long.
     
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    No problems here-CB6K/6Ks/CB2000.
     
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    The saddle is not the problem.

    Problem lies in the situation, where the device points forward, but the sheer existence of the saddle spreads the legs and the driver is wearing strong trousers or similar.

    Saddle cannot be eliminated, trousers cannot be eliminated so options are ... well. Changing the leg spread angle (bike geometry) or changing the device ... or something else.
     
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    Did you ever find an solution to riding a motorcycle while locked?

    I also have an adventure style bike with an upright riding position so its possible to find a comfortable position while going along but I am terrified of coming off and landing on my front in the road because of what may happen when a hard metal chastity device is squashed between my body and road surface.
     
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    I have ridden my 50cc and now a 125cc scooter for the last 6 years with no problems. Mind you it's only short commutes to and from work about 8 or 9 Kms each way! The longest I've ever ridden in one go is about 50Kms.
     
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    Sounds like you have a problem. Stay with your current bike and cage. Or change one or both. I ride a custom cruiser with no issues. I also don’t wear tight pants on the bike. It is possible that somethings don’t mix well.

    Their are many different bikes on the market just like their are many different cages on the market. Which one are you willing to change, that is if your committed to being Locked 24/7.
    Life is full of difficult decisions. Good Luck.
     
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    I guess I should have said I'm riding a 750 and commuting from the suburbs through central London daily. My ride involves some fast roads and some busy roads; and I ride whether its dark or bright, rainy or sunny.

    People (mostly cab drivers) try to kill me on a daily basis but like you say if I'm committed to chastity I just have to go for it and hope for the best. Being locked up doesn't really make my day any more dangerous than it already is. Thanks guys that a good perspective.
     
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    Lee654, I ride an ST1100 so a fairly upright riding position. Agree with Mash. Two-part formula that works for me:

    1) Wearing briefs, not boxers, to keep the cage and equipment mostly in one place, and mostly up off the saddle.

    2) Outer pants that are on the looser side (relaxed fit, bigger "rise", or simply most broken-in) to keep the cage and equipment from being moved around, or pinched, when placing feet on the ground. If you have tighter pants on, then moving your legs will pull the pants, tighten the crotch area, and pull on the cage.

    I also remember to pull up my pant legs a bit before swinging over the saddle. That keeps the crotch / hip / waist area looser from the outset.
     
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    Excellent suggestions for riding, I ride a Vespa LX150v scooter or will be once riding season returns next spring. I will be locked with penetrating urethral tube by then, hopefully in a looker2 by then as well.
     
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    altrent, thanks for the sensible suggestions. I tried a short ride in the week like this and then a longer ride of 30 minutes today and both were basically ok - no major discomfort. It was a little bit distracting to be riding locked which is not great because I'd really need to be concentrating 100% on the road but I’m sure that if I build up the duration gradually and do more practice then this will pass.
     
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    Get a comfortable ride!

    Trike Left Front.jpg
     
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    Here is my comfortable ride. Mike the Aspie
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    Are you locked 24/7? Once you are used to being locked all the time you find that you can "forget" you are in chastity. By that I mean it just becomes the natural state and you get used to wearing a cage hence it no longer feels strange! Your right to build up your riding duration gradually though. I don't ride my scooter huge distances, but have never experienced any problems at all when I do ride it. I do drive my car and work van and have covered very long journeys also with no issues. In the end you'll probably find that you will notice it more if you're not locked! Have fun!
     
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    Old thread but as I am still here, still riding motorcycles of various kinds and ... still (or again) wearing a chastity device, still relevant.
    I don't quite recall the details, but changing the device was the solution. "the one that looks like nopacha 100" was definitely a wrong choice.
    Now I don't even think about the device when riding a motorcycle, no problems whatsoever.
    My current cage is Evotion Wearables #8, which seems like a perfect fit and is secure enough.
     
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    That is fantastic news! It is nice to have an update 10 years after the original post although I hope it didn't take you that long to find a comfortable device.
     
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    Haha, sure did not. Lot's of things have happened in these years. I even spent many years unlocked and there even was a period of "free willy" because I had no wife, KH or SO.
     
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