An Observational Study of Erectile Dysfunction, Infertility, and Prostate Cancer in Regular Cyclists
The good folks at University College London have recently published a paper on an oft-mentioned subject amongst non-cyclists.
I am not a scientist, so my imagination is hard at work picturing what ‘observational’ entails, but the good news is that regular cycling seems to have no effect on aiming or on the risk of live rounds being replaced with blanks.
The provisionally bad news is that regular cycling may increase the risk of prostate cancer. The data is not conclusive. Therefore, further study is required.
Right, boys, back in the saddle then. Eat more miles.