British Cycling launched the campaign #TurningTheCorner. A campaign to simplify the rules around turning at junctions, to make it safe for cyclists and pedestrians and to reduce casualties. I can’t fault the idea of making the roads safer. I’m 100% behind that. However I am concerned with how this is actually going to be implemented.… More Turning the corner
That is what is being reported over the following video But it is a little more complicated than that. As someone with extensive experience in dealing with the Police, CPS and the Courts in similar cases I thought I could shed some light on this, however I saw that a user called Dan S on… More Cyclist gets hit from behind, police do nothing
A few months back TrafficDroid posted a short video of him being knocked off by a Taxi in London. Recently an update has been posted with the results. So the basics of this is the cyclist was travelling in a straight line, thought the overtake was too close so sounded his horn. Driver stopped whilst… More Why are Professional drivers getting away with this?
Mintel released a press release last week about the cycling market in the UK and one of the things they commented on was the average price of a bicycle. In 2012 that was apparently £206, in 2013 it had risen £27 to £233. This seems remarkably low and I have asked Mintel to comment on… More Average cost of a cycle
Reflective clothing makes up part of high visibility clothing, the other half being a fluorescent material that reacts with UV light and emits it back out in the visible spectrum so the clothing appears brighter. The reflective part of the clothing is for night-time use, where there is obviously no UV light so the fluorescent… More How Reflective Clothing Works