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.

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Riding with cameras, a deep dive: Part 1: Operation Snap and Evidence Gathering…

Many moons ago we wrote about Operation Snap. The scheme was starting to spread around the country but it was still early days. Skip forward a couple of years and it appears many of you have been busy. Between November 2017 and October 2018 GoSafe received 2,353 clips. A thousand of those ended up with … Continue reading Riding with cameras, a deep dive: Part 1: Operation Snap and Evidence Gathering…

Something to read: Money Guru’s #1 Tip For Health, Wealth & Happiness: Drive Less

Pete Adeney, also known as Mr Money Mustache retired at 30, mostly through a combination of living frugally and by saving money where he could. Unsurprisingly, one of Adeney's main money-saving mechanisms was riding a bicycle instead of a car. Cars suck more cash than most people imagine. On an average income half of a … Continue reading Something to read: Money Guru’s #1 Tip For Health, Wealth & Happiness: Drive Less

Deals and Bargains – January 2019 – Updated

One of the fringe benefits of being an affiliate for a number of retailers is that we get a heads-up on any bargains and deals that may be of interest to our readers. Affiliate links allow us to earn a small percentage whenever you click through to buy something. You'll find affiliate links to products … Continue reading Deals and Bargains – January 2019 – Updated

Tom Donne takes on the Garth Mountain with a NextBike!

Mountain Road

Cardiff's new Nextbike scheme has been something of a revelation. Being the cheapest, fastest way around the city, it's hardly surprising that the scheme continues to expand. However, nobody would so bold as to say those bikes are light, or those three speeds in any way adequate for hilly terrain. Tom Donne clearly thought otherwise.