Tag: Garmin Virb Elite

Vlog: Watch out for the learner driver

When out cycling, you always have to watch out for learner drivers. Guess she had no idea, the speed I was going at. You will also notice, I never shouted anything. Don’t see the point in road rage at all. Don’t point in getting stressed about something, you have no control over!

Video: Garmin Shoulder Harness Mount test

OK this may not be the most interesting video in the world. So doubt, many of you will watch it!

I am just giving my new Garmin Shoulder Harness Mount it’s first test. Just need to try to get it set-up right, so you don’t see the side of my head. Also need to slow down the time lapse next time. Since in just 16 seconds, I covered 1.5 miles.

Driving from Anniesland Cross to Happendon Services

Since, I now, have a car windscreen mount for my Garmin Virb Elite. I get some use of out it! So here is a short video. While driving from Anniesland Cross to Happendon Services via the Clyde Tunnel & the M74.

Cycle to Work Day : Peterborough Greyhound Stadium

Doing my part for the Cycle to Work Day (4th of September 2014). Since Thursday is my day off. Did it the day before!

This video shows me cycling from Little Bytham to Peterborough Greyhound Stadium (my place of work). A distance of 22.47 miles.

At the start of the video you get to see me wearing Lycra! So please all watch the video! Plus comment!! 🙂

Route statistics:-

  • Start time: 4:06 pm.
  • Distance: 22.47 miles.
  • Time: 1:34:50 (h:m:s).
  • Elapsed Time: 1:35:15 (h:m:s).
  • Avg Speed: 14.2 mph.
  • Max Speed: 30.8 mph.
  • Elevation Gain: 102 meters.
  • Min Elevation: 4 meters.
  • Max Elevation: 54 meters.

Data from: Garmin Connect.

Video: Cycling from Thorpe Bridge to theDogs!

The very last 2 miles of the cycle to work (Peterborough Greyhounds Stadium) from Little Bytham. The video starts at Thorpe Bridge, then onto the A15. Following by Bishop’s Road, then into Fengate. Before finishing at Peterborough Greyhounds Stadium.

Looking forward to reading your comments about this video. Before, doing anymore. Along the same lines…

Video: Rutland Water: Barnsdale to Sykes Lane

This video was filmed during the 60 mile cycle that I did today (Tuesday 26th August 2014). It shows a small section of the cycle between Barnsdale and Sykes Lane, which is part of the Rutland Water route.

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