maybe i could get a false helmet cam (a bit like a pretend alarm box on your house) that might act as a deterrant at less expenseCab said:My main reason for wearing one at the moment is also the helmet cam.
An interesting phenomenon has been the way that drivers treat me with the camera visibly on top of my head; they're giving me more space. Which is odd, as I used to find that just wearing a helmet drivers used to give me less space.
Bus drivers around here especially seem wise to the helmet cam. Three or four times now in a fortnight I've had them smile and wave into the camera.
It's very simple. You will need the roll out of a toilet roll, some black sticky black plastic, a few old buttons (small black, not brass blazer types!), glue and a few rubber bands...alecstilleyedye said:
you are lesley judd and i claim my £5Arch said:It's very simple. You will need the roll out of a toilet roll, some black sticky black plastic, a few old buttons (small black, not brass blazer types!), glue and a few rubber bands...alecstilleyedye said:
Mine was noticed the other day, by some lads in a car - I think one of them took a picture of me! I have to say, they followed me very sedately down the road, not racing for the pinch points as is the norm...
Don`t stand for the reduced liability scam ... The CTC went to court against an insurance company to knock that one on the headtemporary said:After commuting for years in Ipswich, Felixstowe, Manchester, Southampton and York without a helmet and no significant injury, I do now wear one in town.
2 years ago a dimwit opened his car door across a green painted cycle lane without looking and put me in hospital. Compensation is being claimed but the insurance company is saying I was negligent for not wearing a helmet and trying to reduce its liability thereby.
Nevertheless, I still perfectly safe with no helmet when in traffic-light areas, particularly France.