\o/ Yeah, about 2:10 I'm going up the "Greenway" cycle path to Morecambe. It goes past ASDA, more or less parallel with the main road, all the way to where Burger King used to be, by Morecambe station.sarah wrote:Haha love that your coming out of Campus, I felt all at home! I got lost about 2:10 but apart from that...memories!
I was mostly pissed off that he hadn't noticed me, since I have a blinking headlamp, reflective ankle straps and a high-vis jacket with reflective piping. i.e. I do a lot to ensure I'm seen, yet he still pulled out. I did have time and room to take evasive action, so it wasn't too bad. I should count myself lucky I wasn't closer when he decided to pull out, or it could have been worse. =)Slippery Lizard wrote:ooo that was close! stupid idiot pulling out on u! glad he wasnt a complete muppet and floored u!
The camera was attached to the head tube (where the fork steering crown goes through). It's a more stable position than helmet or handlebars - videos recorded in those locations are really jerky when sped up (as an example, if you view my morning commute posted earlier, you'll see it's less smooth because the cam was on my helmet).Slippery Lizard wrote:where was the camera placed/hooked?? and how much was the video slowled down by???
where'd u get this?
TC wrote:Woah! Love it Rico - thats like amazing! Your own personalised 'laser show'. I can imagine when you're going fast enough the whole wheel is alight with images. Very impressed!
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