Cyclist To Tackle Bad Drivers With Video Glasses

A cyclists from Hull who was knocked off his bike and failed to catch the culprit will now ride with futuristic video glasses.

The glasses will ensure that drivers don’t get away undetected in the future by recording the events live through video cameras embedded in the frames.

A cyclists from Hull who was knocked off his bike and failed to catch the culprit will now ride with futuristic video glasses.

The glasses will ensure that drivers don’t get away undetected in the future by recording the events live through video cameras embedded in the frames.

“I began riding to work because I kept getting stuck in traffic and saw bikes flying past,” said the industrial Chemist.

“I was hit head on in 2010 by a white van, but couldn’t do anything about it because I didn’t get the number plate.

“Thankfully, I didn’t have any injuries, but I did break my collarbone after being knocked off about two years ago when a car undertook me.

“Again I didn’t have any details, but after the last incident I decided to do something about it.”

The cyclists then made the decision to invest in some high-resolution virtual glasses which set him back £170.

“They record really good footage in high definition and I began filming my commute to work,” he said.

“I’ve filmed a lot of cars getting too close. Anlaby Road outside Hull Royal Infirmary is one of the worst places for near accidents, which is ironic because you can get treated just a few yards away.”

The 53 year old has also used the glasses to fight crime in his local area.

“I saw some yobs riding on mini motorcycles. They didn’t realise they were being filmed and I followed them for a while and contacted the police to give them the evidence.”

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