Trans athleticism is not super my thing, but I do like cruising on a bike.
A lot of people have asked me: Do your balls or penis get in the way when biking, post-op phalloplasty and scrotoplasty?
1. The penis. All healed, I wear my penis upward toward the band to bike, as many men and folx with penises do. No interference. This is normal.
2. Second of all, a properly constructed vy-scrotoplasty does not sit between the legs. It sits in front of them. Now, I have some thicc thighs. I wondered how this was gonna work for me.
So, I took a simulated group of pics for how the ball sack moves while pedaling:
Legs together; balls hang in front.
Right leg up, they sorta swivel with the leg, so they move, but they don’t go back between the legs.
The erectile pump is on the left. It can’t move quite as freely as the Torosa saline implant, but it swivels.
Does the pump erectile implant pump up while biking? (Coloplast Titan) No, the amount of pressure on the ball would have to be much greater than thigh. Just spatially, it would even be difficult to press on them at all, much less that hard. That’s not a thing.
However, I have heard a story, maybe a legend, of someone who would pump to erect by biking. My guess– if that story is even true– is that the person had a scrotoplasty placed in between their legs, maybe a bifid style? Maybe it was just for the punch line, “I need help, because it’s obvious I really love biking.”
How my balls move with my thighs if I were running or pedaling: (video)
Oh hey, my balls are a year old now! And my penis is 1 and a quarter 🙂