Not long ago, on an otherwise unremarkable day, I received an email from an RBR reader about a New York Times article noting the use of helmet cameras as a possible deterrent to motorist harassment, and worse, against cyclists.
The reader wrote of the article: “Interesting development. Wearing a camera was suggested to me last week after I was sideswiped by a driver (almost certainly intentionally). Bruised and bloody but nothing broken. I was lucky under the circumstances.”
The day became remarkable when I received two additional emails on the very same topic, one noting the New York Times story, and another referencing a Time magazine article.
Read the full story here: Road Bike Rider
- 10-Year-Old Saves Cyclist, Brings Awareness To Need for Safe Cycling (parkingsigns.net)
- Protection Measures Increase With Urban Biking (smartsign.com)
- With Vid: Crash kills e-bike rider in Windsor (windsorstar.com)