10 ways to sex up your cycling

10 ways to sex up your cycling

Getting a few good sportive finishes under your belt, commuting by bike every day of the week, improving your time trial results can all fire up your riding and just make you want more.

But even this can become a bit humdrum. If your riding feels more like a wet weekend than a sunny getaway, it’s time to shake things up a little. Here’s a few suggestions…

1. Try something new

Get out of your comfort zone and give another type of cycling a go. With Britain’s success in track cycling in recent years, the velodrome seems a logical place to add variety to your cycling.

“Try track cycling,” says Andy Tennant, track cyclist with team Madison-Genesis. “Feeling the G-force when you go smashing round the banking on the black line is amazing. It’s also a social thing and you will develop a new group of friends who you may be able to ride with on the road.

“There are taster sessions at most indoor tracks and you advance from there. I started on the outdoor track scene; these are much longer and bankings aren’t as steep. The instructors will teach you all the skills which will help you to enjoy it more when you get on the indoor tracks.”

Velodromes aren’t the only tracks you can try, either. “Cross-country mountain biking can be a fun alternative to road cycling,” says Olympic cross-country cyclist Oli Beckingsale. “Getting away from the traffic and the same road loops will be a refreshing change, and there are trail centres all over the UK which are a great place to start.”

You can find trail centres at MTBtrails.com, and beginners’ track groups and places to try BMX and cyclocross on the Britsh Cycling website. And don’t forget to check out Mountain Biking UK and What Mountain Bike magazines.

2. Go touring

Take a few days off work, pack your panniers and get out on the open road. This doesn’t need to be expensive. You can easily convert your road bike into a tourer by swapping your regular tyres for a tougher, puncture-resistant pair, such as Schwalbe Duranos, and fitting a seatpost rack such as Topeak’s QR Beam Rack if your bike doesn’t have dedicated mounts.

Either way you will be guaranteed some bonding time with the bike and the chance to experience something new. The Cyclists’ Touring Club offers information for anyone wanting to try touring, as well as route maps and guidelines and the option to sign up for touring holidays across the world.

Former cycling around the world record holder, Vin Cox, knows a few things about touring. “You never know what sights you’ll see or characters you’ll meet during a day’s touring,” he says, “but you can be certain that you will see new and beautiful sights, and meet interesting strangers. So while you’re doing great things for your body, your mind is learning what a beautiful world we live in and how nice people can be.”

3. Pleasure and pain

Turbo training can be a bore. With nothing to stimulate your senses other than the pain in your legs, motivation to continue can wane. Liven things up with training videos from The Sufferfest, whose videos we have previously reviewed.

As Sufferfest founder, David McQuillen, says, “If you’re bored on the trainer, you will not work hard. So, we create a storyline and use pro race footage that gets you immersed.”

Video footage pits you against the pros in events such as the Tour de France and Paris-Roubaix, all set to a backdrop of carefully selected tunes and training instructions interspersed with encouraging/taunting messages to spur you on: “Chew the stem! How’s that stem taste?”

As the name suggests, these are not easy workouts, but the directions ask you to train to perceived levels of effort, so just push as hard as you feel comfortable – or uncomfortable – with.

4. Get into photography

You’re often out in the countryside with some amazing scenery, so why not take your camera with you and take some amazing pictures too? It’s a great way to ensure that you actually start looking at the world around you instead of just seeing a hazy blur of green and blue as you whizz by.

This ties in perfectly with slowing down your ride (see tip number 9), as you won’t be able to gaze around searching for the perfect shot like you’re the next David Bailey if you’re churning out intervals, or focusing on the road to avoid potholes and traffic. Here are the best photography tips from the art staff at BikeRadar.

5. Go nude!

Ever wondered what it would be like to be in the middle of the city centre, completely starkers – and not in the middle of an anxiety dream? Take part in the World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) and you’ll find out!

Held in cities all across the globe, the WNBR is a protest against oil consumption and car culture, promoting civil liberties and freedoms. The point is to deliver a cleaner, safer, body-positive world.

A spokesperson from WNBR says the reaction you get is half the enjoyment: “Onlookers, after the initial surprise, cheer and wave in a way that just doesn’t happen if you’re marching down the road with a banner! And the look on car drivers’ faces as we pass is a picture. I’m sure most of them have never paid as much attention to bikes on the road before!”

As well as causing a stir, the liberating feeling of being unclothed in public creates a great buzz. “The rides always have a carnival atmosphere, which is a good start for any protest. I’m tempted to say it’s probably the most fun you can have with your clothes off, but… it’s definitely the most fun you can have protesting on a bike!”

6. Enter the Brompton Challenge

If your commute is part cycle, part public transport, chances are you’ll have invested in a folding bike to alleviate the stress of trying to find trains that accept full-size cycles. If so, why not put your small-wheeled skills to use at the Brompton World Championship that takes place every year in July at Blenheim Palace?

Everyone who competes has to be fully suited and booted, to replicate the busy commuter environment (and make the whole event look a bit more comical).

“The Brompton World Championship is a great reminder to us all what these bikes, and cycling, should be about: having fun,” says Brompton’s managing director, Will Butler-Adams. “Yes, it’s a race but it’s hard not to have a grin on your face as you fly around the track with 700 others all wearing jacket and tie.”

7. Use a trip-recording app and compete

Cycling can be a solitary pastime. To add an element of excitement and competition, sign up to a ‘social fitness’ site that allows you to share your routes through an app, or through your cycle computer, compare your times and monitor your progress.

We recently rounded up the best cycling apps for Android and iPhone users. The Facebook and Twitter of the fitness world are Strava and Garmin Connect; these tell you when you achieve personal bests, King of the Mountains, or when you climb up the leader board on a certain stretch of road.

“What makes social fitness fun?” asks Michael Horvath, CEO of Strava. “I think it’s the camaraderie, training with your friends even if you’re by yourself. Solo rides become more motivating when you can compare yourself to others, share the story of your ride and get kudos on your workout. Every ride can be a group ride, and that’s just more fun.”

8. Play bicycle polo

Are you more of a team player than a solo artist? Then perhaps it’s time to get your mallet swinging…

“Bike polo is a fusion of team sports and cycling,” says Kevin Walsh, founder of the leagueofbikepolo.com. “Not like the ProTour teams of professional bike racing, where there’s a leader and a bunch of domestiques doing their leader’s bidding, but a team of equals with a common goal in which they share equally the rewards.

“Many bike polo players are cyclists, but have a history of playing football, ice hockey, field hockey, rugby, or other team sports, where the goal of the team trumps the goal of an individual player.”

It’s also great for boosting your bike handling skills. “You learn good balance and being able to hop around on the spot,” says Walsh. “With practice you might pick up bunny hopping over the ball to get in on your mallet side or to get into position as goaltender, and maybe even wheelie turns that are more like BMX manoeuvres than anything else.”

Getting into bike polo is pretty easy. Many towns and cities have clubs – search Google or Facebook – and they often have an open door policy so you just turn up and have a go. You can use any bike you like and you can usually borrow a mallet.

9. Slow down

“There are many reasons to cycle, and getting fit is just one of them,” says Cycling Plus columnist Rob Penn.

“Not every ride has to be a training ride. I’m a great believer that if you spend all your time looking down at your Garmin you are missing the point. If you don’t look around you might just as well be on the turbo.” Sometimes, we should all slow down and enjoy the view.

“The beauty of the bike is that you can stop at any point to peer over a gate or watch leaves fall from a tree. You get the chance to see the seasons change,” says Penn. Stopping also provides you with the chance to recover, by giving your body time to rest, and to eat and drink.

Admittedly, slow cycling takes longer, but if your riding time is constrained by family commitments, this is a way of combining the two. “I love cycling with my boy,” says Penn. “It forces me to slow down and take in the scenery and enjoy the ride at his pace.

“And there is no greater pleasure in the world than watching the enjoyment on your son’s face as he freewheels down a hill. And then following him down yourself…”

10. Do it for charity

Signing up to an event or challenge can give you real incentive to train. “Committing yourself to a multi-day challenge event is an excellent way to keep up your motivation towards training,” says Peter Robinson, director of events at Global Adventure Challenges, which organises charity events and adventures across the world.

“Dedicating the time to train makes riding the event more fun. Riding for a charity that is close to your heart, or a loved one’s heart, encourages you to push yourself further.

“During your preparation you will feel your fitness levels soar, your ‘best times’ reduce and your distance increases… this is an amazing feeling of accomplishment and, what’s more, you are not just doing it for yourself. The tougher the challenge, the tougher the training, the greater the reward.”

Everything you Need to Know About Sex and Cycling

Everything you Need to Know About Sex and Cycling

There is a huge amount of information on the topic, and it can all be pretty confusing. So we decided to delve into the research to give you this guide to all things sexy in the world of cycling. Don’t get too flustered…

Cycling (like any exercise), does improve your sex drive

“Good mental health is really important for good sex,”- Allison England, Sexpert at Coco de Mer

Look, exercise is good for you. It’s a no-brainer. And when you feel better about your work and life because you exercise a lot, you tend to want to get it on a little more often.

A study conducted by Cycle To Work Day discovered all the stuff you already knew about being a cyclist: that it makes you a happier human being who can switch off from work more easily and therefore enjoy time with loved ones. Wink wink.

66 percent of respondents said their relationships improved after they started cycling, and 39 percent said it gave them extra energy in the bedroom. And 100 percent of respondents got a bit flushed when they were asked about their bedroom habits (maybe).

And although the physical benefits of cycling are helpful in bed, it’s the mental space provided by exercise that is the most important. Allison England is the resident sexpert at London’s Coco de Mer, having immersed herself in the erotic industry for much of her life. “Good mental health is really important for good sex,” she says. “You’ll have more serotonin in your body, making sure you feel good and horny.” So keep happy by keeping biking!

Cycling can decrease your downstairs sensitivity…

There have been a couple of studies into the effects of being in the saddle on a woman’s area, and unfortunately, the news isn’t great but it isn’t permanent either.

The uncomfortable truth is that you can suffer from chafing, saddle sores, urinary infections and numbness from cycling. To combat this, the first thing you need to do is get a suitable saddle which fits you by putting pressure on your sit bones rather than your hoo-ha. And ensure your saddle is giving you all the support it can, not slanted upwards and putting unnecessary pressure on your perineum.

Couple your comfy saddle with a quality pair of padded cycling shorts and you’re well on your way to undercarriage comfort and a reduction in desensitisation.

Of course, not being a professional cyclist will also help. We just mean that unless you are on the bike for more hours in the day than you’re not, your reduction in sensitivity is likely to be slight.

Is there a link between cycling and sexual dysfunction?

There is also some research that suggests putting yourself in a less road-like cycling position could also be beneficial (i.e, higher bars, more upright). This is rubbish news for those of you who never been seen dead on a hybrid, and we are sorry.

And there are plenty of other sexual benefits

Higher fitness levels because of cycling means increased blood flow – a plus for both women and men in the bedroom. Furthermore, cycling is one of the best activities for cardiovascular conditioning, meaning that your energy levels are probably pretty awesome. Which means… well, that you can go at it for ages.

You’ll be well acquainted with your burgeoning thigh muscles from all the time you spend looking at them in the mirror. Thankfully, the work you’ve put into them, along with the muscles in your buttocks and lower back, are exactly the muscles you use during a session of bump and grind.

Just remember, it’s not all about utilising those abs of steel: “I don’t think that fitness has that much of an effect on sexual happiness,” says sexpert Allison England. “Many gym bunnies and especially guys who are obsessed with their strength and fitness can often be more preoccupied with how high they can lift someone than doing the right thing for the person they are with.” Allison encourages cyclists to ensure their emotional health takes precedence when it comes to sexy times.

Will having sex effect my race performance?

The effect of having sex before a big event is greatly under-researched when it comes to women. But this experiment completed in Geneva, Switzerland did show that, for men at least, “that sexual activity had no detrimental influence on the maximal workload achieved and on the [cyclists’] mental concentration”. It’s widely thought that restrictions on sexual activity, like pre-match bans for footballers, are for psychological rather than physiological reasons.

The internet is also pretty obsessed with an Israeli scientist called Alexander Olshanietzky who is claimed to have said, before the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta, that “women get better results in sports competition after orgasm. […] The more orgasms, the more chances of winning a medal.

This may be the best quote of all time, but it’s hard to substantiate. It has been quoted by two respectable sources (1,2) and Mr Olshanietzky also makes an appearance in Red-Hot Monogamy: Making Your Marriage Sizzle (it’s like a Christian Karma Sutra). But his credibility is a total unknown. Anyhow – a good thing to quote at your partner, right?

What about fertility and sexual health issues?

It’s important to say that no meaningful research on the topic has been done.

The thinking is that because there is an increase in the chances of nerve damage from cycling, you may struggle to climax. There’s some evidence to support that orgasmic contractions help you to conceive and so cycling could have – a roundabout way – a negative impact on fertility. But aside from that, evidence for fertility issues is negligible.

Do also remember that if you are a serious athlete, it may not just be the bike that puts you at risk. Consuming lots of caffeine (around 5 or more cups a day), which many cyclists do, has been associated with decreased fertility, as has smoking, excessive alcohol consumption and an unhealthy diet.

So what does it all mean? Well, Cycling is good for you. Sex is good for you. Keep having sex and cycling – simple!

Evidence that Cycling is the most efficient sport and exercise – Has its connection to sex

Evidence that Cycling is the most efficient sport and exercise – Has its connection to sex

It seems like all we hear about on the news these days is how poorly we treat our planet. Air pollution and dangerous gas emissions are at an all-time high, and it wouldn’t be a surprise if the world ended tomorrow. We’re that close to complete disaster. But no matter how bad the situation seems, there’s actually an easy fix to it all — cycling.


Aside from it being a great way to lower the pollution caused by vehicles that run on petrol and diesel, cycling is also healthy for us as individuals. Namely, more and more people are struggling with obesity that comes about due to a lack of physical exercise. Both our desk jobs and fast-food diets are silent killers. Luckily, riding a bike can counter both.


But that’s not all. Cycling has a connection with sex as well. Yet, we’re not going to get ahead of ourselves on this. Allow us to, therefore, explain why you should consider getting on those two wheels and peddling your way to a healthier and happier life, both physically and mentally. So, hop on and take a seat — we’re about to take a ride.

Cycling Improves Blood Flow Circulation

Our health’s worst enemies are heart diseases. From heart attacks and strokes to high blood pressure, these are the most common suspects when it comes to cardio-related deaths. Yet, one of the most obvious pros of cycling is that it significantly reduces our risk of ever encountering them. But how come, you might ask.

One 14-year long Danish scientific study suggests that regular exercises in the form of cycling improve numerous heart functions, which also translate into better circulation. These include improved heart muscle strength, lower resting pulse, and better blood fat levels. All three also positively affect our sex life, as a better blood flow provides firm erections.

Cycling Causes You to Sweat

Sweating is definitely among the many cycling benefits. But how is being all wet and sticky anything positive? Well, sweating is our body’s natural way of cleansing. It’s behind detoxing, eliminating bad chemicals, and getting rid of bacteria. All this, additionally, leads to an overall better performance between the sheets.


Aside from urinating, sweating is our main way of detoxing from heavy metals. Similarly, by getting all wet, we eliminate bisphenol A, a dangerous chemical related to heart and brain diseases. And lastly, we lower the chances of skin infections by sweating, as it bonds with bacteria that cause irritation, redness, and other unpleasant effects on our outer layer.

Cycling Exercises the Lungs

We’ve already mentioned the effectiveness of cycling on our cardiovascular system. However, we haven’t mentioned how it also translates into better lung health. The main way riding a bike helps our lungs is by increasing the rate of lung inflation and deflation. This turns into increased capacity, which allows for overall better fitness.


With healthier lungs, people also get to enjoy better BDSM. We know this sounds a bit off, but allow us to finish. Namely, a major act in the bondage community is breath play. It consists of denying someone air during intercourse. Well, with better lungs, you can do it for a longer period without the chance of ending up hurt.

Cycling Promotes Endurance and Longevity

The positive side effects of cycling translate into sex in yet another way. Namely, with better fitness, the chances of keeping it up in bed increase significantly. But it’s not just that. With a better lung capacity, both men and women can last longer in bed. You see, sexual function isn’t just about having an erection. It’s also about lasting longer than a few minutes.


If we’re being frank, cramps and feeling weak during longer intercourse are not so uncommon. Well, by improving your fitness, you get to eliminate those issues once and for all. Moreover, you get to have sex for as long as you like. Of course, as long as you don’t get tired of body-slamming each other for hours.

Cycling Is a Leg Workout

Having sex means being physically active, right? Well, yes, and it’s not as easy for most people who don’t have any fitness. Cramps are usual problems for both men and women. This is especially true when it comes to experimenting with new and challenging sex positions. However, all that can go away with improved leg fitness.


Since cycling is all about using your legs, it’s the best way to improve their functionality and appearance. As your muscles grow bigger and you experience weight loss, you’ll be better prepared to kneel, crotch, and twist yourself in ways that previously seemed impossible. Who thought cycling to work would pay off between the sheets.

Cycling Improves Emotional and Mental Health

What’s the main problem for most men and women when it comes to sex? Is it erectile dysfunction or vaginal dryness? Well, nope. Even if these two are issues worth worrying about, they are not the most common. The main difficulty we experience is a diminished sex drive due to the stress of our daily private and professional lives.


An easy fix to this is — you’ve guessed it — cycling. Yep! Riding a bike is a great way to relieve yourself from negative thoughts and feelings during the day and be ready to have fun with your partner in the evening. No matter what you’re struggling with, you can think it over while on your trusty two wheels and prepare yourself for the sunny side of life — sex.

6 Ways Cycling Improves Your Sex Life

6 Ways Cycling Improves Your Sex Life

If you’re always thinking about riding your bike to work every morning, but you never actually work up the motivation, we’ll show you some incredible benefits of cycling that will make you pump those pedals faster than ever before! Here are six ways in which cycling improves your sex life!

Riding a Bike Makes You Fit!

Cycling is one of the easiest and most effective aerobic activities. Riding a bike works out your lungs, blood vessels, and heart. This raises your overall body temperature, makes you sweat, and gives you deeper breaths. With increased cardiovascular fitness and enhanced stamina, cycling can improve your overall well-being.

Moreover, cycling is not as demanding as going to the gym. Research shows that most people experience the positive effects of cycling after just a few weekly rides. Regarding sexual desirability, one study found that active cyclists feel more confident in themselves. Actually, more than 60% of women and 80% of men who cycle up to three days a week feel that their sexual desirability is above average.

Cycling Makes You More Attractive!

Another study from the UK has found that riding a bike makes you look sexier. This study has examined 600 men and women. It has discovered that cyclists are 13% calmer and more intelligent compared to those who never exercise. Also, this activity makes you 10% more charitable. Interestingly, 23% of people have claimed that cyclists are more attractive compared to other athletes.

Still, cycling doesn’t only make you feel more attractive. Being physically active can tighten up your body and enhance your sex appeal. On average, riding allows you to burn around 400 calories per hour, which is slightly less compared to running or swimming. Plus, it takes a milder toll on your body, ankles, and feet compared to other sports.

Cycling Gets You in the Mood!

Cycling is good not only for your health and fitness — it also calms you down and gets you in the mood! In fact, this activity can give you a special rush of chemicals to relax you and decrease your stress by balancing your cortisol and adrenaline levels.

In a way, the chill vibe that you feel after cycling is similar to the effects of mind-altering drugs like weed. It’s true — cycling releases endocannabinoids or the natural chemicals in our bodies that belong to the same family of substances responsible for making you high when you smoke marijuana. That’s why riding a bike will make you feel blissed out. This is a normal response to the release of feel-good neuro-chemicals such as serotonin or dopamine.

That’s why one of our best sex tips is to climb on top (of your bike) and start riding! When you combine the effects of stress-killing hormones with feel-good chemicals, you get the perfect cocktail of natural substances that boost your sex drive and make you insanely horny!

If you’re an active cyclist with lower stress levels, you are much more likely to have an increased libido. Plus, the benefits we’ve mentioned do not only impact your sexual appetite. They boost your sexual health as a whole. That means you’ll be able to have sex more often. Also, riding your bike can make you enjoy your ride in the bedroom much more!

Cycling Makes You All Pumped Up

Contrary to what you may think, exercise doesn’t make you feel exhausted. Instead, it re-energizes you. By regulating your cardiovascular health and your blood flow, cycling can get you pumped up for all sorts of naughty sexual activities.

A study conducted by Duke University has found that male cyclists can decrease the risks of sexual dysfunction. Here, the optimal amount of exercise is 30 minutes per day for three or four days of the week. For female cyclists, studies show that they experience heightened sexual arousal immediately after exercising.

While male and female sex drives are different, it seems that this activity impacts all of us positively. Another study from Texas has found that anyone’s libido can reach its peak if they cycle every day of the week for just 20 minutes.

Cycling Makes You Feel Younger!

As we’ve said, cycling puts much less stress on your joints and body compared to other activities. This is exactly why people can cycle well into their old age. Generally, this activity improves your muscle fitness and regulates your blood circulation, which makes you look and feel younger.

In fact, a study from the National Forum for Coronary Heart Disease Prevention has found that regular cyclists can look and feel ten years younger! What’s more, research from Cornell University shows that male cyclists feel 2–5 years younger in terms of sexual prowess. For women, cycling can delay menopause for up to five years. All of that is great for older people who want to maintain healthy sexual functioning and have active sex lives.

Couple of cyclists riding bicycles in meadow

Cycling Boosts Stamina! 

Finally, pumping those pedals can turn you into a beast in the bedroom! It can make you feel more confident and prove to you that you don’t have to be a bodybuilder to be amazing in bed. After all, everyone can catch a buzz from biking and reap its full benefits, regardless of their weight or fitness level.

Regarding endurance, cycling can strengthen your body by developing your primary muscle groups. Those are the same muscles that we use for sex. Therefore, when you combine an increased muscle mass with respiratory health and cardiovascular benefits, cycling can make you last a long time in bed!

Time to Ride!

Hopefully, we’ve given you the right incentive to work on your fitness goals. So get on your bike today and enjoy the ride!

How Huge Can Huge Dildos go?

How Huge Can Huge Dildos go?

Do you have a fetish for huge dildos? Well, it’s only natural that true queens would be looking for king-sized toys that can enchant them with euphoric orgasms every time. But how large could be the huge dildos? Now, the length of the toy plays a big role here. So, while small dildos come with 5” or 6” of insertable length, you will also find dildos with 8” or 9” of insertable length. But the dildo industry hasn’t stopped there. Some of the dynamic dildo designers have even come up with ultra-large dildos that can go as long 12” to a shocking 17”.

Are you curious to try out big dildos? Now, the 17” long dildos are certainly too big for most of the women out there. Its better you leave them to your fantasies. After all, you certainly don’t want to stretch your vagina to the point of being rushed to the ER. But that doesn’t mean you can’t check out comparatively smaller yet huge big dildos. The good thing is the post below offers a brief on some of the best large dildos you might try out this year.

Large 10” Manhandler Realistic Dildo

This dildo is certainly for those craving for something real BIG. It’s 10” size will make you croon with pleasure right from the very looks and just imagine the mindblowing sensation you will have with the toy inside. The dildo sports a thick-veined body which will do wonders to stiumulate your delicate sweet spot and transport you to the best of your O-game. Its tapered head assures easy smooth insertion while its big ribbed handle guarantees solid control. The toy is made from Sil-A-Gel rubber which is non-toxic and free of unwanted Pthalates. You have got a superb body-safe toy here.

Dick Rambone Realistic White Large Dildo

This particular toy is especially for those super-adventurous divas who are always looking for things extra-large. The thick wgite toy surprises with its whooping 15” insertable length and a solid 8” large girth. Talk about king-size pleasure and you have this toy for you here. In regards to the make, the dildo is made from SilAgel-infused TPR that makes it soft, firm and smooth as well as body-safe. Moreover, you will love its thick vein details that will add something extra to your titillating nights. The dildo comes with a suction cup which means you will have the convenience of a joyous hands-free dildo play.

Lovehoney beaded glass dildo

Glass dildos are usually very artistic and when it sports a large size, the experience is always special. The toy comes with 7.2” insertable lengthy as well as 5.5” girth that assure maximum pleasure for the users. You can try it out if you are a medium-sized or small-sized dildo user and looking for a comparatively bigger toy for a more sensuous experience.

Mention must be made of the toy’s beaded design that promises unmatched pleasure and stimulation with every thrust. Another great part is that the toy is made from toughened borosilicate glass which makes it durable, non-toxic and extremely body-safe.

King Cock Girthy Ultra Realistic Dildo

With a fantastic 8.5” insertable length, this dildo screams pleasure right from its very sight. It’s simply humungous and also extremely realistic with skin color and intricate veiny details. Another great aspect of the toy is that it comes with suction cup which means the toy allows easy hands-free pleasure. Moreover, the dildo is harness-compatible. So, if you are in the mood of a strap-on dildo play and looking for a large dildo, this toy would be the ultimate for you.

BASICS 8” dildo with suction cup

This is another great large dildo with a solid 8” insertable length. The pink shade inspires scarlet fantasies and this toy is  a must have if you are in the mood for some extra-large experiments in your bedroom. The good thing is this is a waterproof toy. It means, the dildo will be equally exciting in your shower or bath tub as well. Besides, the dildo base sports a solid suction cup. So, if you are tired of holding dildos and looking for a hands-free play, this is the toy for you.

Tips to use large dildos

Big dildos no doubt look tempting but they could inflict more pain than pleasure if not used properly. There are a few points to remember to ensure safe and enjoyable use of large dildos.

First of all, if you haven’t used a large dildo before, do not just jump for the extra large sizes. For example, if you are still limited to dildos with 5-6” insertable length, a dildo with a massive 13-15” insertable length would be too overwhelming for you. In that case, you can start your big dildo tryst with a toy sporting around 7”-8” insertable length maximum. Once you get acquainted with base large dildo sizes, you can ascend to comparatively bigger ones. But, once again, don’t make a jump-start here. View product information and sizing guide at lovegasm, so you cant get the right size for you.

You can’t forget your vagina is a delicate place. To insert anything big inside, you need to prepare the area for that. Unless your vagina is prepared to take extra-large sizes, you will end up severely hurting yourself.

Besides, always be careful of the material while using a large dildo. If you are new to the large dildo world, start your journey with silicone dildos. Yes, you have some really amazing big dildos in glass or metal but those are tough and could be painful if your body isn’t used to taking things real big inside. Silicone is a soft material and hence would glide in real smooth inside. Once your body gets acquainted to having large silicone dildos inside and vagina is stretched enough, you might try out the harder materials.

Lubrication is a must especially when you are using a large dildo. Insertion of a huge dildo will cause more friction than regular-sized dildos. If you don’t lubricate properly, you might end up in serious pain. So, make sure to lube up the dildo generously and also the vaginal passage for smooth and hassle-free insertion.

Orgasm Deluxe – All about the sex toy that will make your big O’s even bigger

Orgasm Deluxe – All about the sex toy that will make your big O’s even bigger

The great big world of anal play is full of amazing toys. However, if we’d have to pick one toy to start with, we’d definitely recommend anal beads. These beads are beginner friendly, simple to use, and they have incredible results.

How these beads work depends mostly on you and your partner. Some use them for massage, while others love how their removal just before an orgasm can enhance the feeling. That small additional boost can make sex more intense than ever.

However, before you start using anal beads, here are several things we think you should know.

*Start slowly – no need to get the biggest ones the first time. Take a model for beginners, and then work your way up to bigger, better things.

*Take a model with a handle or a loop – a handle or a loop at the very end of a strand means that you can always remove the toy. Nothing scary about it, nothing can get lost, everything will be under control at any moment. This makes it easier to relax.

*Pay attention to quality – we’re not saying you should buy the most expensive model. What we are saying, though, is that you should avoid beads that are being held together by a nylon string. Furthermore, before you use the beads for the first time, make sure that they are completely smooth and without any sharp edges.

*Lube is unavoidable – Lube all the beads with a thick anal lube. Water-based lubricants are ok, but this is better for you. Thick lube will make the beads slide right in a lot easier.

*Start on your own – if you’re just starting out, trying anal beads on yourself is the best way. You can get comfortable with them before trying them out with your partner. Not to mention that you can discover what works for you quicker.

*Communication and relaxation are the key – talk to your partner and relax. Don’t be silent, say what you like and what you don’t. Also, if it’s easier for you, use a condom with your beads.

*Get an antibacterial toy cleaner – you have to clean these between uses. So, get a cleaner, clean them, and leave them to dry in an open space.

*If you don’t know what you want, get a kit – the price is smaller, but the fun is bigger. With a kit, you get a bunch of toys to experiment with, so you can quickly discover what you like and what you don’t.

*Experiment with materials and shapes – some people love glass anal beads, others prefer silicone. Try out both to learn what’s your preference. Browse through different shapes, maybe an odd looking model can make you twitch with pleasure.

*Consider vibes – vibrations can make the insertion easier, and it can turn the pleasure up a notch.

*Give the two-in-one option a thought – why would only one partner get to enjoy? With these anal bead models, you can both experience heightened pleasure.