Getting fashionable...

Discussion in 'Commuting' started by HJ, 1 May 2008.

  1. HJ

    HJ Cycling in Scotland

    Auld Reekie
    I have been reading about people using helmet cams and watching the vids on youtube for a couple of years now, but it only in the last week that i have see other cyclist using them. Has anyone else noticed that helmet cams are really getting fashionable?
  2. magnatom

    magnatom Guest

    I'm a trendsetter then am I? :biggrin:

    I reckon I should be on commision!
  3. fossyant

    fossyant Ride It Like You Stole It!

    South Manchester
    Nope - not seen one !
  4. cannondale boy

    cannondale boy Über Member

    somewhere in fife
    I don't think its a fashion statement, but a safety statement. If your involved an a accident, its good to have some evidence!
  5. 4F

    4F Active member of Helmets Are Sh*t Lobby

    No not seen one my way.
  6. gambatte

    gambatte Middle of the pack...

    S Yorks
    I have, not many, but more than one
  7. BentMikey

    BentMikey Rider of Seolferwulf

    South London
    I've not seen any cyclists with one, but then I don't ride at the most common commuting hours, and my route isn't nearly as popular as many into the city.
  8. zimzum42

    zimzum42 Legendary Member

    I've seen bouncers with them, but never a cyclist.....
  9. sjb

    sjb New Member

    Our local authority are issuing lollipop ladies (and men!) with new lollipops with cameras:
  10. goo_mason

    goo_mason Champion barbed-wire hurdler

    Leith, Edinburgh
    I got one a few months back but haven't had it on yet. Was planning on using it when I hit the new road route to and from work, but the new helmet comes down lower on my head and the camera head-band / camera won't fit. (I'd have to be wearing the band across my eyes :rolleyes:)

    I'm going to have to bodge something or order a helmet attachment that I found on the web.
  11. PBancroft

    PBancroft Senior Member

    Saw one for the first time the other evening.

    Pity it was past sunset, he was wearing dark clothes and had no lights. I'm not sure what kind of a safety statement he was trying to make.
  12. PrettyboyTim

    PrettyboyTim New Member

    I used to see things strapped to people's helmets but I think they were mainly lights rather than cameras.
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