Reviews looking at smart bike lights from the likes of Garmin and See.Sense
The Garmin Varia Radar was an absolute revelation when it first debuted in 2015. A RADAR system for your bike to inform you about road traffic behind you! Two years on, Garmin have repackaged things into the Garmin Varia RLT510, so what has changed and should you upgrade?
Today cyclists are becoming more defensive when it comes to cycling in town and generally. So it is no surprise that the market for bike cams is growing. Cycliq launched the first dedicated bike cam with the Fly6 and have now gone back to the drawing board for the Cycliq Fly6 CE – so, is…
The Cycliq Fly12 CE is more than just an update to the previous Fly12. Cycliq have rebuilt their unit from the ground up, and thrown in some very cool little features too. Definatetly an action camera / bike light that any commuter should really be considering
Fly12 is a product that makes you scream “Why hasn’t someone done that before?” Bike handle bars get cluttered with GPS’, lights, action cameras, possibly even bells. The latest product from Cycliq, the Fly12 action camera and bike light combo attempts to declutter your bars, not with a pair of compromised devices, but with a…
The Garmin Varia is a radar device for bikes…I’ll just let that sink in. So we’ve GPS, dynamic lights, hundreds of cycling camera’s and now radar! Whats next “frickin’ laser beams”?? Talking to people about the device some gone “Wow”, some not so. So let’s have a look at the Garmin Varia Radar Review
Garmin has brought out ANOTHER product in their never ending YEAR of product releases. The Garmin Varia light is the latest in Garmin’s “The Connected Bike” concept, however having smart lights, is this an innovation too far, or just what the cyclists need to stay safe at night?
I recently received the a Fly6, V2.0 safety camera/light. Overall I’m very impressed. Even from the moment that you open the box, this is a device that screams – “We thought about that!” However given this is two products in one, does that make the Fly6 a jack of all trades and master of none?