Croydon Cyclist is a cycling blog that looks at issues with road users and cycling, it is run by Gaz, who is known as the youtube user CycleGaz and is the producer of Silly Cyclists. Totalling over 4,700 subscribers and more than 1,500,000 video views, Gaz is certainly doing something interesting.
The HornIT is a 140db bicycle horn / buzzer that comes in a small size but packs a huge punch! This audible warning device is great for making people aware of your presences and has many advantages over similar devices such … Continue reading
The Hope Vision 1 bicycle light is Hope’s bottom of the range bicycle light but don’t let that put you off. The CNC machined case makes the light full water proof and the Vision 1 puts out over 200 lumens … Continue reading
The popularity of helmet cameras has exploded over the past few years, hundreds of cyclists across the world are using cameras to record and tell their stories. Thousands of road users are also doing the same. So you are in … Continue reading
I have mentioned several times in several places that I’ve had issues with the bike I bought for commuting, the Genesis Day01 Alfine. I thought I was buying a bike which would be easy to maintain, it had hub gears … Continue reading
Cyclists all over the world are taking to using video cameras as they go about there rides. Be them mounted on their helmets or on the bicycle, the cameras prove to be invaluable as they show what life is like … Continue reading
Bicycle bells are now attached to the handlebars of bicycles sold in the UK, but do they work? The answer to the above isn’t that straight forward. Bicycle bells are designed to be used to warn people of your presence, this … Continue reading
I’ve thought about it for a while, I’ve had it set up for a while. With some changes to how self hosted wordpress works, I’ve decided to move my blog over to that. It will give me more flexibility in modifications and will hopefully become more of a project for me to tackle. After all my day job is to create websites.
So the new blog is www.croydoncyclist.co.uk All current content is moved over to there. Only thing I can’t move over is people’s subscriptions. So if you have set it up to receive this as an e-mail alert, you will need to do the same on the new blog. This is fairly simple due to a subscribe via e-mail form on right hand side of every page.