The main reason for having a camera on your bike is safety but there are other uses too: 1 Safety - How many times have you had a car door open just as you were riding past or perhaps a careless motorist pull out in front of you to nearly knock you off?Wearing the RR Cycle Camera will mean you have video evidence in the event of any accident ensuring you can make a claim for an injury or damage to your equipment.The decision comes as new Government figures show a 4% increase in road crash injuries in the year to September 2014, compared with the same period a year earlier.Serious injuries over this period increased by 5% and deaths by 1%.You can also fit 2 cameras if desired for filming both forward facing and behind you.Being a cyclist you'll also know how important weight is on the bike, for that reason the RR Cycle Cameras are just 14g each, that's lighter than your speedo!NB: This is especially important if you commute to work by cycle.
Meyer's younger brother Travis Meyer is also a professional racing cyclist, and was one of Orica-Green EDGE's first signings alongside Cameron and fellow Australian Jack Bobridge.It can also make a great memento of the event to look back on in the cold winter months!Whatever you want to do with the video its easy, just connect the camera to your PC or laptop and the files are ready to watch, edit, burn to DVD or upload to You Tube. Plug back into your computer, download (or delete) the video files and charge for next use.Relive that speedy decent, some sketchy cornering or just marvel at the scenery!3 Ride improvement If you ride in cycle races or cyclosportive events then a video of your performance can be an invaluable tool in improving your ride performance.Strava members can plan routes, participate in motivating challenges, and join clubs. Police walk past a damaged bike at the scene of a six car accident after an elderly woman driver severely injured a cyclist and collided with the other vehicles at the entrance to the historic Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, Calif. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images) Once again technology has captured a horrible moment in the lives of some unsuspecting people and allowed the rest of the world to share the pain. If you are then you'll most likely ride a nice bike but do you have a cycle camera?The RR Cycle Camera is smaller than a pack of chewing gum so not only can it be helmet mounted but the camera can be positioned pretty much anywhere on the bike, such as your front forks, seat, seat post, chain stay...where ever!Cam Brown is a cyclist from Leongatha, VIC, Australia.Join Strava to track your activities, analyze your performance, and follow friends.