A new gadget called Happy Ride appears set to induce millions of women to take a new interest in cycling as a workout routine. Happy Ride promises to add the joy of vibration pleasure to what used to be uneventful rides down winding country lanes.
And you won't have to worry about the little ones asking awkward questions: Happy Ride comes as an inconspicuous padded lining with black nylon fabric cover which fits snugly over your bicycle seat with nothing to show for the extra pleasures it is able to deliver than an incidental hump in the middle of your bicycle seat. But look out for teenage daughters stumbling upon mom's little joyride secret.
To complete the ecstasy of the ride, the gadget comes with a panel that allows you to control the rate of vibration in sync with your fleeting moods. It fits into a conveniently accessible pocket space in the seat cover so you can turn the vibrator on and off as the occasion dictates.
The new gadget enters the market ahead of the movie adaptation of Fifty Shades, the three-part erotic novel that sold more than 70 million copies. The film is due in the US on August 1, 2014.
The Daily Mail reports that Clair Bowden at SexShop365, said that Fifty Shades contributed to the recent boom in exercise-related sex toys. She pointed out that Happy Ride is also the natural outcome of the increasing interest in cycling among British commuters.
Bowden told UK's Cosmopolitan: "Thanks to the UK’s cycling boom and the building obsession around next year’s Fifty Shades Of Grey movie, both adult toys and cycling are firmly on the public radar. It was only a matter of time before the two were combined to make your daily cycle even more pleasurable."
She added: "We are always promoting new ways to excite your love life, and the Happy Ride is a brilliant way to enjoy exercise, the sunshine and pleasure in one."
With millions of women set to take a new interest in cycling as a workout routine, drivers are advised to lookout for distracted happy riders on busy streets.
Happy Ride adds to the already impressive list of methods that women can use to induce orgasms during physical activity, making men feel left out and envious.
Digital Journal reported that Debby Herbenick, co-director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University, writing with colleagues in a special issue of the journal Sexual and Relationship Therapy, found that a significant number of women are able to climax spontaneously while undergoing certain forms of exercise routines, especially abdominal workouts using the "Captain's Chair."
Other women have reported exercise-related orgasms during weightlifting, climbing poles and biking.