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I've had motorcycles on and off and rode for several years now, but, for whatever reason, I've not worn while riding. Has anyone here rode in diapers either as a passenger or a driver? It would certainly cut down on stops, and maybe the iron butt ride wouldn't seem so hard if padded.
 

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walking physically breaks down a disposable diaper. Riding a bicycle or running is worse. I'd expect a motorcycle ride to land somewhere in between. Is cloth an option for you?
 

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I'm riding to France in June, I've certainly thought about being diapered while doing so.
 

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When I was younger, I was an avid motorcycle rider. And since I have severe urge incontinence. I always wore a diaper when riding. Carrying enough diapers for trips lasting several days was a bit of a challenge, but wearing a good diaper when riding was not particularly problematic.
 

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I ride a dual-sport hence a more upright sitting position than a lot of bikes. While I've worn diapers on many rides, I find that I'm pretty much unable to let go and wet while riding and end up having to stop and dismount before my body relaxes enough for me to pee. Go figure.
 

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I play ice hockey and go inline skating wearing diapers because I'm incontinent at both ends. I never had a problem with my diapers not holding up, and with plenty of baby powder I have never had chaffing of the skin.
 

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I ride a big cruiser and have no problem wetting when riding
 

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There is a group on here "bikers with diapers"

Thank you. I will definitely check it out.

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Cloth is an option, but it is kind of bulky. I think I will have to just try it and see. Thank you for the responses.
 

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Yes I have worn disposable diapers while riding. I used an Abri-Form which is both durable and absorbent.
 

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Well my advice would be make sure its a premium diaper and that you are pointed up otherwise you are almost guaranteed of the bike wearing it,my personal choice is the northshore pror to it was Abena but in comparison to me the northshore front end just holds up better than Abena,and the front is what you will be relying on when most of the diaper is blocked from your weight on it agaist your seat, i would also suggest if you really love riding you look into getting an "Airhawk" seat these are replacement seats made by RoHo, RoHo sells these seats to the general riding public, this companys other lines are available by prescription only( as i write this from my wheelchair,i am supported and protected by my RoHo "quattro" seat cushion that my Doctor ordered,the " quattro" is the best cushion available from any company and was voted the #1 by Doctors and seating specialists around the world the last 7 years based on performance) Just last year RoHo was purchased by the #1 wheelchair company Permobil, you have to be really messed up in order to get insurance to cover a Permobil chair because as we say "Permo's do some sick tricks" but naturaly the cost of these trick's is high (the chair i'm in cost more than a full size Chevy luxury edition car, of course you cant drive a Chevy into Walmart but you can a Permo, you could try it but Walmart would not appreciate the new door you made and the Chevy would be totaled sitting in when you got out of prison for trying it)

But all jokes aside an "Airhawk" would be a great investment,alot nicer ride without the diaper,with the diaper there would also be some added give in the seat and therefor more absorbtion by the entire diaper not just the front that happens with a regular seat, if you want to look into it go to RoHo's site and you can then select Airhawk link rather than the various wheelchair stuff.

Let us know how it goes,and if you have any questions for my fountain of useless knowledge feel free to post or PM me i will be glad to aswer or help anyway i can.
 

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I ride a sports bike and there are really no problems with wearing diapers while riding, it actually makes it more comfortable. I usually wear a full biker suit that covers up the diaper very well if I wear while riding so I can wear even when riding with my friends with almost 0% chance of getting caught.
 

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so, pretty much what others have said. It's no problem to wear and ride a street bike. I think a dirt bike would be problematic, but that's just from how much you shift your weight. I really value the chances I have to wear and ride.
 

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I never had too much of a problem wearing while riding. I wore a dry 24/7 on a all day road trip once from Cleveland to NYC. The areas around the diaper got alittle sore to be honest after 6 or so hours but it wasnt terrible. I probably should of chosen a more
Medium size diaper in hindsight. I ride a cbr 600 👍🏻
 

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I ride my Kawasaki wearing extra padding sometimes but find it impossible to wet while sitting down. But I just stand up. Makes it a bit more exiting :)
 

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Since I am a smart ass and the thread title is "diapers on a motorcycle" I shall give my answer like this:

I don't have to diaper my bike because it doesn't leak, it's not a Harley!

Just kidding!

In all seriousness my motorcycle is my daily driver. I have been wearing to work more often (diapered before I leave the house) but short trips are easy on a diaper and I change before I leave work. I have only worn a few times when carving the canyons on the weekend or on longer trips but I usually don't wet it until I'm on my way home if at all. You definitely want a high quality, high capacity diaper if you plan on wetting it and black pants just in case. Being able to stand up on the foot pegs also helps!
 
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When riding my "non-leaking" harley I'll wear a diaper and can wet while sitting down just cruising along. On my dirt bike I don't wear a diaper due to all the movement ..sometimes I end up wetting my riding gear but it is pretty light nylon in the crotch area and as I am almost always standing it dries pretty fast ..I admit I just like to pee in my pants anyway
 

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BTW DLMunky, your diaper cabinet in your profile pic looks suspiciously like mine ;)
(https://www.adisc.org/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=25649&d=1456543993)

Yes, it does.. it was a dream turned reality to have a diaper cabinet.

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When riding my "non-leaking" harley I'll wear a diaper and can wet while sitting down just cruising along. On my dirt bike I don't wear a diaper due to all the movement ..sometimes I end up wetting my riding gear but it is pretty light nylon in the crotch area and as I am almost always standing it dries pretty fast ..I admit I just like to pee in my pants anyway

LOL. I'm sorry if I offended you but I just had to say it, please don't think I am serious.
 

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I motorcycle as my sole method of commute. Never worn and ridden, though. I've never worn outside of my residence. Too paranoid. I don't know if a scent would be strong enough to get someones attention. & While riding, I'd be afraid of being pulled over and searched by a cop who finds me wearing. Perhaps I'm a bit too paranoid?
 
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