Duncan at Wallington Cycles tweeted me a couple of weeks ago, asking if I would I like a test ride on a Propel, as he had one coming in for a few days. Well, it would be rude not to.
The data is certainly available – this article demonstrates that. The main problem we have now is the one we have always had, political will to make the changes we need in our towns and cities to make them liveable. Otherwise the congestion, pollution and road deaths will continue.
I’m certainly a fan of the Giant Defy – I have a couple. So when my local bike shop, Wallington Cycles, said they had one of the new Defy Advanced Pro’s for testing I had to have a go. Continue reading “Test ride: Giant Defy Advanced Pro 2”
Yesterday was Cycling Debate. Three political parties had a chance to say how much they would do for our towns and cities, to help more people cycle.
Cycle commuters in London got some welcome support on the streets recently.
This is good..
But it’s not this good…
One thing has certainly become easier since getting a Shimano Sports Camera – reporting potholes on FixMyStreet.
Still no editing software but Shimano are bringing out more hardware for the Sport Camera.
Yesterday was a lovely day in Surrey. Took a ride down to Box Hill to do hill repeats and of course strapped on the video camera. Continue reading “YouTube editor, you’re twisting my melons man”
One of the great things about the Shimano Sports Camera is that the mount is the same as the GoPro, opening up a world of existing options when you want to mount the camera, pretty much anywhere. Continue reading “Mounting a Shimano Sports Camera on handlebars”
Been out with the Shimano Sports Camera again over the weekend and took a few videos. Kind of getting used to the camera now and it is very easy to use. I do love the small size and the way that it “hides” on the bike. Continue reading “More Shimano Sports Camera cycling footage”
I got a Shimano Sports Cam for Christmas, something I’ve been thinking about getting for a while. Continue reading “Shimano Sports Cam meets the Garmin Virb Edit software”