What annoys you as a cyclist? Is it the n00b things other cyclists do? Is it getting wolf whistled at and having men trying to look up your skirt while you cycle? Is it the dogs that attack you as you try to get from a to b? Or perhaps for you its the cars that don’t keep their distance? For one London Cyclist reader, Hanja, who e-mailed me today it is the latter. Through sheer ingenuity Hanja has produced the solution. It gives me great pleasure to present to you the Arm Against Harm:
Unfortunately I cannot see this fantastic idea ever seeing the light of day due to lack of approval by the relevant authorities. Speaking of light however does brings me nicely onto the second part of this post. Michael Mandiberg uses retroreflective vinyl on his bike to be more visible at night. Check out the effect below:
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