The War on Britain’s Roads combines footage captured by cyclists through helmet-mounted cameras, with interviews from cyclists, drivers and those affected by incidents on our roads. Viewers are parachuted into the middle of the battle that is raging between two-wheeled road users and their four-wheeled counterparts. The documentary airs on Wednesday the 5th of December… More The War on Britain’s Roads
It has been said countless times that painted cycle lanes on the side of the roads don’t keep us safe. Despite this, our cycling facilities seem to be made up of mostly this, painted cycle lanes on the side of the road. The magic paint lines obviously don’t keep other, much harder and faster vehicles… More Cycle lanes don’t keep us safe
The Times #cyclesafe campaign has taken off massively over the past weeks. With support from sporting stars, politicians, huge companies and thousands of people. The campaign raises similar points to other campaigns, touching on topics such as trixie mirrors, issues with large vehicles, re-design of junctions and speed limits. The difference so far is that it… More What are we missing?
Yesterday The Times launched a campaign to make cycling in cities across England safer after one of the Times’ reports was struck by a lorry only yards away from her workplace in November last year, she has been a comma since. I was asked to give my opinion on current road conditions for cyclists, and… More The Times – Save our Cyclists
If you watch lots of cycling videos then you will know that lots of us have had various confrontations with drivers over the years and had varying degrees of success/failure with the police. Our very own cycling lawyer has been working hard at getting a result on an incident which happened well over a year… More A Good Result for Video Camera Cyclists