Cyclists across the globe have to deal with inconsiderate drivers that don’t understand our needs or that we are allowed to use the road. Many of us have taken to using cameras, a cyclist in Boston recently posted a video of a driver who was very impatient as he cycled down a busy road with… More Boston cyclists have it rough too
I’ve often asked cyclists that don’t stop at red their reasons behind their behaviour. More often than not they say something along the lines of I don’t hurt anyone by doing it and it saves me time But is that true? It’s been said that drivers often think that all cyclists jump red lights. And… More Do RLJing cyclists pose a risk to the rest of us?
I commute from urban Greater London into central London each day, taking me roughly an hour door to door. The distance is around 16 miles each way but can be more or less depending on my route. The biggest problem for any cyclist in a city is going to be traffic lights, it’s understandable why… More Time Spent at Traffic Lights
There are many reasons why myself and other cyclists upload footage to youtube but what is often not thought about is the damages such videos can do for cycling? Many of the cyclists that upload videos are doing a vast amount of cycling each year, several thousand miles. A small minority of drivers will cause… More How uploading cycling videos damages cycling
This is a response to David Hembrow’s post ‘Delays at traffic light controlled crossings’ Crossing roads in the UK as a pedestrian or as a cyclist is generally a pain! The roads really are aimed at the traffic traveling along it. Pedestrians are often forced to wait a substantial amount of time after they have… More Delays at crossings in the United Kingdom