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David G

David G, Chief Explorer

Time to dust off the helmet cameras and take part in some cycling capture challenges.

If you’ve been following our blog over the years you will have seen a few post with a focus on capturing 360 tours of bicycle lanes, using cameras and a variety of other sensors;

We’ve now seen a ton imagery captured on bikes…

From Amsterdam (NL):

Credit: David Greenwood

To Bristol (UK):

Credit: Jim Gayes for Sustrans.

To Des Moines (USA)

Credit: DMAMPO

To You?

We have been very inspired by how the Slow Ways team has managed to mobilise an entire country to map walking trails in the UK.

In a similar vein, our aim is to get the millions of cyclists around the world capturing their local cycling infrastructure to help drive improvements.

The beauty of it being, you don’t need too much kit to get started, nor do you need to be particularly technical.

  1. Grab a 360 camera
  2. Capture your imagery
  3. Upload your videos / photos

We’ve created some guides for those just starting out.

Using what we learn analysing the images from locations around the world, our aim is to provide local governments with the data to make the best investment decisions for new bicycle infrastructure to eliminate all avoidable cyclist deaths.

We can provide the software, but we need groups who can help us to promote this initiative amongst their local cycling communities. If you manage or are involved in managing cycling infrastructure, please do get in contact.

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