All posts by Gaz

Gaz is well known for being the producer of Silly Cyclists. He has spoken on radio, appeared on TV and featured in national cycling campaigns.

Video camera cyclists tips

Some of us have got a lot of experience in using cameras and making videos, here are some top tips from some of the well-known users.

  • Subscribe to all other video camera cyclists. Watch their videos and comment on them. This will help others get to know you, they will subscribe back and watch your videos. In turn giving you feedback and helping your channel grow.
  • Test your camera set up before you hit the road. Too much sky or too much road will leave out vital detail and can affect the quality of your video.
  • Brush up on your cycling skills. Read CycleCraft or take a bikeability course. You are openly displaying how you ride and you can affect people’s opinions of cyclists and video camera cyclists.
  • Learn from your mistakes. You are in a unique position to replay what happened without your memory affecting it. Learn from your mistakes and don’t make them again.
  • Take constructive criticism from others. With other video camera cyclists watching your videos, they may pick up on something which is unsafe / best avoided and they may comment on that.
  • Don’t take stupid criticism. Some people know nothing about the road network, or how to ride a bicycle on it. They usually spout off about riding as close to the pavement as possible etc.. These people are best ignored / deleted and blocked.
  • Try to keep your head still. A still video is more watchable than a bumpy one. Securely fastening your camera and using a wider lens angle can help with this. Obviously shoulder check and look around were needed.
  • Try to keep your temper and anger under control. Whilst it is understandable that when someone has almost collided with you and nearly knocked you off your bicycle. It can make us look bad and the aggressor in the eyes of the public. The police will understand if you swear as the incident happens, that is after all human nature. If however you continue to use foul language and they may choose to prosecute under section 5 of the Public Order Act.
  • Avoid confronting motorists. Remember you have the incident on video and can report it to the police. You have no idea what kind of person the motorist is, they may have a weapon close to hand and be ready to use it.
  • Call out number plates as the camera may not pick it up.
  • Avoid the muvi clones, they are generally rubbish (poor battery life, not weather proof and a narrow lens angle)

With thanks to 4ChordsNoNet, growingvegetableMaidstoneonbikerfrst and SkrzypczykBass

Do you have any tips for video camera cyclists? Let us know in the comments below.

Semi-Result from Collision with RJ05EFO & NC04LXG

For those of you that can’t remember the collision that iuckcan had back in September 2011, here is the video.

The driver of the black Golf RJ05EFO has pleaded guilty and received 6 points on his license and a £230.

The driver of the silver Ford NC04LXG has pleaded not guilty, even after seeing the video. The court case for this has been delayed till September 2012.

I’m not 100% sure what the charges are, probably Careless Driving for both of them.

Note that the court case was delayed due to the file format being a .mov. So it would seem that the police have the footage in a digital format. From my own experience of using video footage in courts, the best option is to provide the police with a DVD that is playable in a standard DVD player. That way the footage can easily be managed by the police, copies can be made etc.. and the footage can be played in court.

The initial result for the first driver is a fair one going by the other results we have seen from video camera cyclists. We will just have to wait and see what happens with the next one, I suspect it won’t be much higher.

Reporting Videos to the Police

Got a video of a particularly dangerous driver putting you or someone else’s life in danger on the roads?
Want to report it to the Police but don’t know how?

You may think it isn’t worth reporting poor drivers to the police. In some areas it may not be worth reporting the slightly poor ones but dangerous road users should be reported to the police, especially when you have video evidence of how dangerous they are. Your police service may not be used to it but don’t let that stop you. That dangerous driver could kill or seriously injure someone if they are not spoken to by the police.

General Tips

  • Don’t give up – you may get turned away by the police but keep at it.
  • Avoid talking to officers at reception about your incident – just ask to report a Road Traffic Incident (this is usually requires you to fill out a form, which is sent to a traffic unit). The desk officers will be opinionated and may not like cyclists, it just isn’t worth your time talking to them.
  • Be prepared to be let down. The Police will only push a case for prosecution if they believe the CPS will take the case. This usually means only the most serious incidences will ever see court action. A talking to by the police or a letter is a good result in most cases.
  • If a driver gets out of their vehicle and physically touches you, that is assault and should be reported as such. Assault is taken much more seriously than traffic incidences.


You can find all the contact details of every police station here. Send a link of your video with a brief description and your details (name, date and place of birth, address etc..), the licence plate is not a must but things go a lot faster if you have all the numbers and characters.
Once this is done you will get a subpoena in the mail soonish to give a testimony at the station. Police will make a CD/DVD of your video, no need to burn it.
The whole process takes about 3 months if no hiccups occur.

Thanks to sajatzsiron for this information

United Kingdom

Avon and Somerset

Avon and Somerset police do have an online form which goes to the Roads Policing Unit. However this appears to be for general questions rather than reporting of incidences.

Thanks to Redvee2002 for this information


Report to the local police station, the traffic unit will look into it and see if they can use the video footage as an independent witness. They ask that you keep the footage off of youtube etc.. when reporting it to them. As they can’t use footage from the public domain as evidence. Technically that isn’t true, we have had cases go to court where the footage had over 15,000 views on youtube.

Thanks to Monkreadusuk for the information.


Kent Police only look into an incident if it could go to the Crown Prosecution Service, so no letters or visits from police officers. Otherwise it is automatically closed (without looking at the footage). Helmet camera footage isn’t seen as an ‘independent witness’.

Thanks to maidstoneonbike for the information

London / Greater London

Reporting general incidences

In London we are lucky enough to have the RoadSafe London reporting system. A simple web based form which goes straight to the Road Crime Intelligence Unit which is staffed by experienced traffic officers. They have the capability to view youtube videos and will watch videos submitted to them via the form. This form and unit is not aiming for prosecutions, if the incident is particularly bad then it is best to do the paper form method mentioned below.
RoadSafe London look to educate people in a simple way, by sending them letters. This has a noticeable impact as a few video camera cyclists have seen offenders a few weeks later and their driving has been near perfect the second time.
Reports are recorded on a database so repeat offenders are easily spotted.

Reporting serious incidences

These will need to be reported at a Police station, it can be done at any station in London or Greater London. Fill out form 207 Road Traffic Collision form, burn a copy of the whole incident on DVD or CD and take it and the form to a police station. Some of the form may not be applicable, just leave it out. I was advised by a traffic officer from RoadSafe London to fill out form 207 with this incident which resulted in the owner of the vehicle being prosecuted.

[Do you have more information about RoadSafe London or how to report incidences in London?]


In Northumbria they cant view videos at there call centres, not sure of the police station never used it. however they always send an officer round to view the video and the officer normally comes round the next day or the night of reporting it. Normally sorted in a few hours unless when they knock on the drivers door they dont get an answer. The police force round me is great.
easy to contact using 101 number or email.
10/10 for my police force

Thanks to PilotInCommand100 for this information


Operation Crackdown is run by Sussex police and allows you to report anti-social and dangerous driving online.

Operation Crackdown will only take action against drivers that are reported more than once.

Thanks to SheffieldCyclist for information on Operation Crackdown.

[Do you have more information about Operation Crackdown or how to report incidences in Sussex?]


Drive SMART allows road users in Surrey to report road incidences to Surrey Police.

[Do you have more information about Drive SMART or how to report incidences in Surrey?]


Have we missed your area? Do you have information on how you can report incidences in your area? Get in touch with us and we can update the post.

Guide to Buying a Helmet Camera

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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. With this increase we see more and more asking which camera they should buy, this guide to buying a helmet camera should help you find out exactly what camera fits your needs.

So you are in the market for a helmet camera? But where to start? Follow this guide and hopefully you will be in a position to make a choice about which camera is best for you.


Your budget will be the biggest factor in choosing which camera to go for. The general rule is that the more you spend the better quality camera you get. Be it HD, better mounts, better quality parts used and more features.


A huge decision is going to be quality. HD is a great thing to have but comes at a cost, greater than £100 for a good camera with a HD chip. HD isn’t everything, you can still get a good picture without HD by choosing a camera which uses a good quality sensor. HD does often give a clearly image and has a wider lens angle, all positives.

Lens Angle

The lens angle makes a huge difference to what is captured by the camera. A wider lens angle will pick up more footage but it has it’s downsides. Wide angle lenses often create a fish eye look and elements on the edge of the film will often be further away than they actually are (making close passes look further away than they really are). It also makes judging speed on film a little bit harder.
I use a 1080p camera but run it at 960p, why? Because the 1080p mode uses a smaller lens angle and zooms the image in. I would much rather have a wider lens angle and a taller image to get the most footage I can, it makes a huge difference.

Body Format

Helmet cameras come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, from bullet to cubes. When choosing what you want it is wise to take into consideration where you are going to mount your camera (It doesn’t have to be on the helmet). Square cameras look a bit silly on a helmet when you compare them to bullet format cameras but the square cameras seem to look and fit better when fitted to the handle bars. Slimmer cameras, such as the veho muvi, can also fit into the vents of your helmet, making them a bit more discrete.


It is a good idea to look at what mounting options there are with each camera you are considering. The more expensive cameras usually have more professional looking mounts and a wider selection. If there isn’t a specific helmet mount or if you choose to make your own then it is a good idea to take into consideration how secure it is going to be. The specific helmet mounts are designed with some sort of give in it, so if you are involved in a collision then the camera will come away from the helmet and not cause added damage to your head by causing the helmet to crush more than it should do. I would suggest not to zip tie your camera to your helmet.

If the camera comes with a 1/4″ screw thread then the possibilities for mounting are pretty much endless. RAM offer some amazing options which a few of us take advantage of and mount our cameras to various parts of our frames and handlebars.

What is in the box?

It’s a good idea to check what comes with the camera before you purchase it. The accessory that you want may be excluded or in the case of the Contour cameras the vented helmet mount is not included and i know this has caught a few buyers out. So it’s important that you check and factor any additional items in the total cost of the camera.

Memory Cards

Pretty much all cameras use some form of SD card, be that standard or Micro. Most cameras come with a memory card but often one small in size. You will probably need to get a bigger memory card, but how big depends on how long you want to ride between visits to a computer or a memory card swap.


Not all cameras have a removable battery, limiting your time on the road before you have to visit a computer or wall plug. Some of these can be modified to charge of a AA battery. Other units have removable batteries, so if you are on a long ride then you can swap out the battery when one dies and continue.


Some models of cameras come with some added features which can be nice, from lasers and small screens to bluetooth and GPS. Some features can be handy to have where as others are just additions which you never use. Think about which ones you need and which ones you don’t as they do affect the cost of the cameras.


It’s worth looking at reviews of the products and see what others thing about it. Just search the camera name + review in a search engine like google. Point Of View Cameras has reviews on all the major cameras and Magnatom has done a view of some cameras and compared them against each other. Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3

Example Footage

Pretty much each camera type is already used by a cyclist online, so search for the camera on youtube and see if someone has some footage of it in use. This can make the difference in your choice. If you see another camera cyclist on youtube that has good footage, ask them what camera they use and they are more often that not happy to let you know what they use. Although it would be worthwhile looking on their channel and see if the information is displayed there or if someone else has already asked.

Which brands make good cameras?

  • Contour / Vholdr
  • GoPro
  • Veho
  • Drift Innovations
  • V.I.O POV

Where to buy cameras?

List of Video Camera Cyclists

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 as a cyclist across the globe.
Below we’ve listed all the video camera cyclists that we know of and which country and region them are from, if known. Not all video camera cyclists upload to youtube, so this is only a list of known video camera cyclists who upload.
See video camera cyclists from Austraila, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, FinlandGermany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, KoreaJapan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, SingaporeSlovakiaSwedenSwitzerland, Thailand, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States of America


  1. 2WheelsAndACamera
  2. 33iampaul
  3. Aushiker
  4. BicycleJason
  5. Boognoss
  6. chalinolobusmorio
  7. chungman212
  8. cyberwealth
  9. cycleAus
  10. CyclingAUS
  11. cyclingcambendigo
  12. eclessia
  13. evictorr – Melbourne
  14. georgeonhisbike
  15. HuggiesCycling
  16. Inwood2
  17. Jorgy1967Tiger
  18. KonaCommuter
  19. lowjer
  20. myforwik
  21. nitramluap
  22. OxfordYT
  23. Peddler2565
  24. rigidmount – NSW
  25. roadmonitoroz
  26. sarebelle
  27. tcol1979
  28. TheCyclingFirefly
  29. tony888vo
  30. trailgumby
  31. triplejay
  32. waynohh
  33. whisperingwheels


  1. ride007


  1. EugenioGregorio78
  2. fusterito


  1. adventuresincycling
  2. alexwarrior1
  3. buddybradley2007 – Vancouver
  4. CaptainPreferences
  5. extreme2themax
  6. grindupBaker
  7. littlemckay – Vancouver
  8. locutas1024
  9. lstewa222
  10. NoGo90
  11. Rantwick
  12. RedRavick
  13. RespectTheBike
  14. ryanz4
  15. torontocranks – Toronto

Czech Republic

  1. HaTom008
  2. LiamAnderson1
  3. squish225


  1. xliijoe


  1. timoohz


  1. BerlinCyclist
  2. Cuberadler
  3. HDHLde
  4. krobnitz
  5. M0rd7ust
  6. RadfahrerBT – Bayreuth
  7. RoadbikeFahrer
  8. rhein228
  9. Robin Hood
  10. speedbiker14


  1. atomboy83 – Szeged
  2. CyclistMachine
  3. errorkahun
  4. bobdobalnia
  5. sajatzsiron – Budapest
  6. SanskritFritz
  7. shaggitseg


  1. Balsinn


  1. betamonu
  2. CycleDub – Dublin
  3. deadlyspotvideos
  4. dublincyclist – Dublin
  5. lanzecki
  6. WelshDuBiker


  1. electriccyclist
  2. marcotosinurse
  3. TheItalianCyclist


  1. Missha9


  1. alexWiiDS
  2. CommutingJapan
  3. GatchaCycle


  1. AmCamBike
  2. beekie1982
  3. DavidHembrow
  4. DerkvanL
  5. dsiepman2000
  6. harwig
  7. markenlei
  8. metro2002
  9. pjotr320
  10. Quemo304
  11. twilwel
  12. xlnetwork

New Zealand

  1. abmannz
  2. BondMeisterbond
  3. ginganz13
  4. TheVexatiousLitigant
  5. WellingtonBikeCam01


  1. DelVeien – Oslo
  2. MortenHowLode


  1. 7Prozak7
  2. demcio84


  1. TheDanu7


  1. amvasiljev
  2. DarlokA256
  3. tmpttt1
  4. Tofalar


  1. SingaporeCyclist


  1. spuuzh


  1. KohlswaCNC
  2. Maciejkarp
  3. SouthSwedenCycling


  1. systemexit


  1. hipponokloo
  2. ziasong


  1. kievcyclist
  2. yurikslalom

United Kingdom

  1. 04smallmj – Essex
  2. 10936868
  3. 1970DGF
  4. 20cfog
  5. 24690553 – Birmingham
  6. 24leemo
  7. 2FlatErics
  8. 2rocship – Manchester
  9. 39stonecyclist
  10. 497103
  11. 4ChordsNoNet – Croydon, London
  12. 4L3X4ND3R5
  13. ABikeCam
  14. abperson
  15. acejase69
  16. adamjennison111
  17. AdamSemy
  18. adds21
  19. adysayswakeupffs
  20. agbell99 – London
  21. AldershotCyclist – Aldershot
  22. alexgreenbank
  23. alondoncyclist
  24. amc40
  25. amorfuss – Doncaster
  26. AnalogueAndy – Bath
  27. andi0kam – London
  28. andrewfowler1000
  29. Andrewrobinhood
  30. andyb0000
  31. andyjprice777
  32. Andy Lehrer
  33. AndyTrav1 – London
  34. Angelfishsolo
  35. Anna Triantafillou
  36. antlaff69
  37. AntPayne1
  38. apreater – London
  39. arallsopp – London
  40. argentum101
  41. AsusP8Z68V – Norwich
  42. atacama82
  43. Athomack
  44. atthesummitMTBskills
  45. AyrshireBacn
  46. b0ngmanuk
  47. bada55ba55
  48. BadSwindoomRoadUsers – Swindon
  49. baggyattheknees
  50. baldyteacher
  52. bazk666
  53. bbborp – London
  54. benlovejoy
  55. benwhiteuk – Portsmouth
  56. betterbybikeonline
  57. BikingLondon
  58. BicyCos
  59. bigblokeonabike
  60. bigbluemeanie
  61. bigguychappers – York
  62. bigsharnm – York
  63. BirmingCamCyclist
  64. BlackCountryBikeCam
  65. BoardsDarkglasses
  66. bobbending
  67. BoringVideosInk
  68. BoroGrecian
  69. BristolCameraCyclist
  70. Bristolcyclista – Bristol
  71. BristolTraffic – Bristol
  72. BromptonWorld
  73. brothersoulshine
  74. BrownhillsBob
  75. cabdav
  76. CaineAdam
  77. Camsplint
  78. cantankeroussquonk
  79. Canyoustoptryingtoki
  80. CapitalMover – London
  81. Carbontastic
  82. carsruleok – London
  83. celestialprods
  84. centralnights
  85. ChrisCLondon
  86. citycycling
  87. cjashwell – London
  88. cognitivedissident
  89. commuterCallum
  90. CommutingWithCamera
  91. CountryOfTheBlind – London
  92. cr3ated
  93. cranksandclay
  94. crazy580
  95. CrispyCatCam – London
  96. cristapper84 – London
  97. Cunobelin
  98. cycthulhu
  99. cyclea2b
  100. CycleGaz – London
  101. CycleSmarter
  102. cycletank
  103. cycleman8000
  104. cycleoptic
  105. cyclingbobby
  106. cyclinginlondon – London
  107. CyclingPOVCommuter
  108. cyclinginstructor – London
  109. CyclingJaz
  110. cyclingmarcuu – York
  111. CyclingMikey – London
  112. cyclingpast – London
  113. CyclingSoreThumb
  114. CyclingThruManch
  115. CyclingxRob
  116. CyclingWarrior
  117. CyclingWithMorons
  118. CyclistDan
  119. CyclistDavid
  120. CycloWaz
  121. cycopathifist
  122. d4rthpaul – Bristol
  123. DammyJoger
  124. DamoDoublemint – London
  125. dangisIt
  126. daniellepalmer
  127. dannyc73
  128. darreljameswhittle – Manchester
  129. DavidsCycling
  130. dcurzon1973 – London
  131. DeathonWheels1969 – London
  132. definitelynotkwacker
  133. dexradio – Kent
  134. dezbez747 – London
  135. distoredmotion
  136. dominicgkerr – Taunton / Oxford
  137. downfader2
  138. Downwardi
  139. DrMorocho
  140. drsquirrel0
  141. DrumsBikesBrains
  142. drysuitdiver
  143. Dukinfieldcyclist
  144. EasySlowRider
  145. eddbike
  146. edinbiker – Edinburgh, Scotland
  147. edinburghcitycycler – Edinburgh, Scotland
  148. EdinburghFixed – Edinburgh, Scotland
  149. EMDcam
  150. eml1909
  151. EP88S
  152. EthelF
  153. Ewan Login
  154. EWSnotDBS – York
  155. exmouthroady – Exmouth
  156. extreme2themax
  157. Everyman4himselfLDN
  158. fakestrat
  159. fat2oy
  160. fardsmobile
  161. femtojt
  162. fenegroni
  163. fightbaddriving
  164. finbat
  165. finlab
  166. FixieFarquhar
  167. Fizzerdrix – London
  168. fossyant – Manchester
  169. fotoih
  170. FreewheelingUK
  171. freeyourinnertube
  172. Fuzz944
  173. gadgetmind – Leeds
  174. gaj104 – London
  175. galaxytourer1
  176. genesis6891
  177. GeoffR1970
  178. germanicdogman – Liverpool
  179. giveamanabike
  180. givecyclistsroom
  181. GlasgowCycle – Glasgow
  182. GrahamLSimmons
  183. Graham Nicholls
  184. gratedcarrot
  185. gregkiley
  186. GreyhairScout
  187. growingvegetable – Leeds
  188. H3r3D4nny
  189. hairybuddha
  190. HaloJUK – London
  191. halverde
  192. HandleCam
  193. hawickrfc
  194. helmet camni
  195. helmetcamroadtrip – Norwich
  196. HLaB75
  197. HorshamCyclist
  198. howiespencer
  199. Hunkofiron
  200. hydrachem – Sheffield
  201. IAMABULLET1 – London
  202. ian154 – London
  203. IBikeEdinburgh
  204. idontpayroadtax
  205. IggyHT81S
  206. ilscozzese
  207. Imaginaryteaparty
  208. Itsmylane
  209. ismailzd
  210. iuckcan – London
  211. j03tr33
  212. JackJones533
  213. JameyCam – London
  214. JannieJumbo – Aberdeen
  215. jason40kim
  216. JezBike
  217. jibberish666 – London
  218. jthefishy
  219. jobysp
  220. JoeSoap76 – Glasgow
  221. jonah15 – London
  222. jonnygeez – London
  223. jonredhornet
  224. jonskids
  225. jordymac92
  226. jssjmsvckry – London
  227. Julanikart
  228. julietmikealpha
  229. kalika101
  230. KarlOnSea
  231. Karmacycle1
  232. kaybikerow
  233. Kent2Londoncycles
  234. kiblams
  235. kie7077
  236. knoxieman
  237. kmcyc – London
  238. Kristian Cyclist – London
  239. KT3Cam
  240. Kurako76 – London
  241. laplage73
  242. LatinFlava1976
  243. LeatonNick
  244. leeb028
  245. leedsbikecam1
  246. leedscyclist – Leeds
  247. leew21
  248. leighhunt
  249. Liamd330
  250. LidCamMan
  251. lincstolondon – London
  252. LJ LJ – London
  253. loncycling – London
  254. londonepicurean
  255. LondonCycleCam
  256. Londonneur – London
  257. LondonsRoadRunner
  258. louear
  259. lozmoss
  260. Lukeybloo
  261. m1mbz – Bristol
  262. mad guitarist
  263. MadMarie2005 – London
  264. magnatom – Glasgow, Scotland
  265. maidstoneonbike
  266. mailpauljonescouk – Cambridge
  267. MANCcyclist
  268. manchestercyclist – Manchester
  269. mancroady – Manchester
  270. mapryan
  271. markster2010 – London
  272. martint235 – London
  273. MattArlita
  274. matthames
  275. Matt Hoffbrand
  276. matthew6476
  277. MaximumCube – Bristol
  278. mbails87 – West Midlands
  279. md451
  280. MegaStuke
  281. MelloVELO
  282. mercyclist
  283. mgbracken
  284. MiddleAgeCyclist
  285. miguelnicolau84
  286. miles210595
  287. mixmoneymagic
  288. mixymadman
  289. mjbeaker – Birmingham
  290. mmace – Leeds
  291. mmmmmrob
  292. monkeysnutscom
  293. moth757
  294. MrAlastair10
  295. MrAnalogue1
  296. MrCasualCyclist
  297. mrcellophane99
  298. MrCyclesafe
  299. MrDarlingtheCyklist
  300. MrGrumpycyclist
  301. MrKedab
  302. MrOrigamist – London
  303. MrPipCam
  304. MrTMaccabee
  305. MrTrickdem – London
  306. MTBE37
  307. mycommute
  308. mycommutetowork
  309. mycycleclips – London
  310. n325aej
  311. n81340
  312. NaturesCycles
  313. nebikene
  314. Nimtar100
  315. northyorksbaddrivers – York
  316. NottinghamCyclist – Nottingham
  317. notwhatucallanatural
  318. ontheroaduk2008
  319. OrigamiOptic
  320. OptimisticBiker – London
  321. panticle
  322. paulopadopa
  323. paulworthington53 – Liverpool
  324. PedalBikerUK – Alnwick
  325. PedalingTo
  326. PedalPowerPanther
  327. peggy2791
  328. PemboCycling
  329. PeowPeowPeowLasers
  330. peteaud1
  331. PeterCyclesTheWorld – Lancaster
  332. petertbbrett
  333. peterthewomble
  334. Physikcal1
  335. PilotInCommand100 – Newcastle Upon Tyne
  336. PiotrSitko
  337. Plutoranium
  338. pminopoli
  339. PoliceMadAd – Derby
  340. pompeycommuter – Portsmouth
  341. PompeyCycle
  342. poonode
  343. potnoodle6459
  344. Prestwickuk
  345. prj45
  346. Pufftmw
  347. purpleduck375
  348. PushBikeMike
  349. RadWagon1 – Cambridge
  350. RaidersCanucks
  351. redradiatorable
  352. redvee2002 – Bristol
  353. ReinhardvonHolst
  354. restlessmonkey88
  355. RhodeLong
  356. rhysjw1000
  357. rml380za – London
  358. roadcyclinginlondon
  359. roadieeeee
  360. robertjamesfrost
  361. robojimpip – Glasgow
  362. rogerhotuk – London
  363. rogerzilla
  364. ron611087 – London
  365. rosscbrowncycles – Scotland
  366. roverthehill
  367. rugfoot – London
  368. RuncornCyclist
  369. pcandyhk
  370. pilopxBelfast
  371. progcovers
  372. qnut007
  373. ruskythegreat
  374. s0m3bl0k3
  375. sallysaile
  376. SamNG41
  377. san0designs
  378. SbCyclist1
  379. schneil
  380. ScottishCyclist
  381. SebAshwell
  382. sekretsource
  383. sh4rkybloke – Manchester
  384. SheffieldCyclist – Sheffield
  385. SheffieldTiger – Sheffield
  386. SkrzypczykBass – London
  387. smegheaddan – London
  388. SMIDSYagain
  389. smsm1986
  390. Smudger7RAT
  391. Sniggerme
  392. SonOfTheWind
  393. soolrider
  394. southlondoncycling34 – London
  395. Speshboy
  396. sponge342001
  397. sqrooloose
  398. StabiliserVideos – London
  399. starinthesky1
  400. steveloughranuk
  401. Steve Perkins – London
  402. suicidalhawkeye
  403. sunburnspain
  404. SuperstompElite – London
  405. sw19cam – London
  406. swldxer
  407. t1sutton
  408. taypet21 – Bristol
  409. TCTC68
  410. tehscience
  411. TesterAnimal1
  412. TheAddictfreak
  413. TheBikingExperience
  414. TheBrettstar1976
  415. TheCWNT – Isle of Man
  416. TheCyclingEngineer
  417. TheEvangeist
  418. thefireuk
  419. TheLabRatt
  420. TheLondonCommuter – London
  421. TheMaka456
  422. themitsky
  423. thepoetcyclist – Northern Ireland
  424. TheRaven20111
  425. TheRowerzysta
  426. TheSadcyclist
  427. TheSeLager – London
  428. TheScoobybike – Glasgow
  429. TheScottishJon – Cambridge
  430. TheTRides
  431. thnurg
  432. thomase1
  433. timbaggs7 – Nottingham
  434. TiNuts – London
  435. tjdrico
  436. tom999uk – London
  437. tombikess
  438. Tr4veller
  439. Tradescant58
  440. trignflo
  441. trumpettom001
  442. Tuneaftertune
  443. twohat
  444. TwoWheeledTank
  445. UKMarx
  446. UnclePhilP
  447. urbanmanc1 – Manchester
  448. vaxbuster
  449. Velocioman
  450. veloevol
  451. VeryMadMart – Stoke on Trent
  452. Vikeonabike
  453. vincealot
  454. vousden
  455. weekssj
  456. westaft
  457. westcountrytim
  458. wheelygd
  459. WheelyGoodFun
  460. whitebait01 – London
  461. wildduck53
  462. Wilsy1977
  463. windsfowler
  464. WokingTrafficSafety – Woking
  465. Wonkynees
  466. Woodee
  467. xdr5xdrf
  468. yangtse55 – Bristol
  469. YjvK8PX7er
  470. YorkshirePedelec
  471. zenfarion
  472. ZiggyRob
  473. dustandpebbles

United States of America

  1. 1nterceptor
  2. 43mightbe
  3. androodotnet
  4. animation508
  5. AviationMetalSmith – Long Island, New York
  6. badzil
  7. bike42363
  8. Bikesafer – Milwaukee
  9. bikeologist
  10. blackbirdxxxxx
  11. bmwutonium
  12. bodybait
  13. Brendan61
  14. brandofluck
  15. brunogfmtube
  16. busog97641
  17. calvinymob
  18. carrigan88
  19. cambridgecyclist
  20. cbscott19
  21. chad2go
  22. ChainReactionBicycle
  23. chargin
  24. chavezcycling
  25. cmkaspar
  26. computergeek3192
  27. coolsker
  28. CranksOnCam
  29. crazytraffic99
  30. criteriumcoaching
  31. cyclecitation – New York
  32. Cycledizzle
  33. cyclingfun2
  34. cyclingintraffic – Boston
  35. CyclingJDK
  36. CyclistLorax
  37. CycleMan2200 – Ohio
  38. DanWuh – Los Angeles
  39. datafx
  41. degnaw
  42. degnawBikeCam
  43. destro727 – Boston
  44. dou40006
  45. encephalopath
  46. eoinocarroll – Boston
  47. Evan Wilder
  48. fake123
  49. fearlab
  50. freddotu
  51. frederickchim – Boston
  52. frizzleyfrozzle – NYC
  53. fuxujam
  54. GhostOfStarmanSuper
  55. Hlcyclist
  56. ItParadyske
  57. jsallen1946 – Massachuetts
  58. jtantonovich
  59. Lucas Brunelle (website)
  60. lucaseq77
  61. luvmastertx
  62. magww
  63. Mcleod1370
  64. NaptownRoadkill
  65. ositoking
  66. papitooz
  67. pgallas
  68. Sassy Squatch
  69. seattlebikeblog – Seattle
  70. shypunker2
  71. socomcorky
  72. Superhandydave
  73. sweixel
  74. swray2112
  75. thatsmyusername
  76. TheFisheye
  77. themayocycle – Chicago
  78. theroosterblocker
  79. ThurstonCyclist
  80. TVCycleHD
  81. UrbanCyclist100
  82. USCyclist2000
  83. weshigh
  84. willie92708
  85. X2JV
  86. xchopp
Last updated: 27.02.13
List total: 682
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