Riding with cameras, a deep dive: Part 3 – Operation Snap FAQ – What, why and how?

Many people over recent years have taken to riding with a camera mounted to their bike or helmet for evidential and protection reasons after receiving close passes and the occasional SMIDSY (Sorry Mate, I Didn’t See You).

Few people want to but some feel it necessary should one day “something” might happen. Continue reading Riding with cameras, a deep dive: Part 3 – Operation Snap FAQ – What, why and how?

Riding with cameras, a deep dive: Part 2 – Mounting, capturing and settings…

In our previous thrilling instalment we talked about cameras and briefly talked about settings, but today we’re going to go into a little more detail.

If you are going to capture video that can be used in evidence, we’re going to have to think carefully about how we mount our cameras and how we set them up. Continue reading Riding with cameras, a deep dive: Part 2 – Mounting, capturing and settings…

The Circular Economy and Cycling…

The bike may be one of the greenest, most efficient forms of transport out there but creating one from scratch still requires a considerable amount of energy.

However, unlike a car a good bike may have decades of life ahead of it, only needing a periodic change of a few wearable items that are inexpensive and often easy to replace. Continue reading The Circular Economy and Cycling…