• JNada - for League of EnRinged Gentlemen cyclists

    Fans have contacted Velv'Or requesting a JNaja without the arm. 

    Our response is the JNada. It is ergonomic like the JNaja, but bicycle ride proof. 

    What do we mean?

    Cycling on a traditional bike saddle puts an enormous amount of pressure on the perineum: the erogenous area from the scrotum to the anus. The pressure can be equivalent to as much as 40 per cent of the body’s weight. The perineum was never meant to bear such loads and if prolonged they can damage - full on erectile dysfunction, erections that will not last long, numbness of the genitals.

    What lies beneath the perineum that might stop the penis doing its thing? 

    As much of the penis is inside the body as is outside. The root of the penis is beneath the perineum. The Cowper’s glands, the prostate gland, and the seminal vesicles are all above the bulb at the end of the root. All contribute to semen. 

    In addition, under the perineum are: sensory, autonomous and motor nerves to transmit messages so the penis can respond to stimulation; arteries and veins carrying blood that feeds and engorges the penis when aroused; and, perineal muscles that contract forcibly to expel semen during ejaculation. 

    Damage to these networks, tissues and glands can occur from physical pressure or lowered oxygen levels when blood supplies are restricted.

    Saddles specifically designed to avoid perineal damage should allow you to cycle wearing a JNaja. But being EnRinged with one while cycling seated on a traditional bike saddle may cause problems. The arm will rest between the perineum and the nose of the saddle, and will take the pressure from your body.

    For your comfort we recommend the ready to wear JNada or the bespoke VV1. They are both bicycle ride proof. They have no arms to come between you and your saddle. They are the rings of choice for Gentlemen who enjoy cycling EnRinged. 

    Remember though to always listen to your body when EnRinged with a Velv'Or Gentleman’s ring.


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