Bicycle bells are now attached to the handlebars of bicycles sold in the UK, but do they work? The answer to the above isn’t that straight forward. Bicycle bells are designed to be used to warn people of your presence, this basically means you can use it on two road users, pedestrians and cyclists. I personally… More Ding Ding – The Unheard Bicycle Bell
Hi-Visibility clothing is designed to make you stand out. The bright flourescent colours absorb UV light and output it in a light form that is visible to us. Hence why during the day, they stand out but at night, it’s a different story. With every Tom, Dick and Harry wearing Hi-Viz on a bicycle, does… More Hi-Viz, the new helmet debate.
I often get the internet lawyer telling me that I’m braking several laws by videoing vehicles and posting videos of them, the drivers and the vehicles number plates online. As we all know, vehicle number plates are publicly viewable and identifies the car. We can use these to complain about the drivers behaviour. What we… More The legailty of Camera use
Anyone that has gone through my previous blog posts will know that I’m a user of the RoadSafe London website and I was invited to meet the team that run it. Only today I reported two incidences to RoadSafe, one for a white van that overtook me far to close and another where I’m concerned… More The ‘Efficacy’ of RoadSafe Website
For as long as I have been publishing videos on youtube of bad drivers, I have had comments about why I don’t show videos of cyclists doing dangerous things. The reason was mostly because the cyclists are putting them selves in danger and not others. About 2 months ago I half changed my mind on… More Silly Cyclists