I got a new toy for my bike.
Cycliq Fly6 is capturing the rear images and videos as I pedal 🙂
[Hint:Read till the end for a Fly6 giveaway]
The primary purpose of Cycliq Fly6 is for road safety promotion. As we cycle on the road (or even pavements), maybe we can remind some reckless drivers (and cyclists) to keep a safe distance.
The tagline for Fly6 is “Feel Safe. Record your Ride”.
I brought the Cycliq Fly6 for my recent New Zealand cycling activity. I am impressed with the quality and stability of the capturing device. Infact, it captures even better videos than my “old” GoPro Session 5!
In the last video (Old Coach Road), check out the Image stabilisation feature (6-axis, I guess this means super-stable). Although my route was paved with gravel and cobblestones, the camera shake was minimal.
Rain or shine, my Cycliq Fly6 kept recording non-stop in 1080 Full HD mode, for up to 5 hours.
The camera lights kept me and my bike illuminated in the evening or rain. Drivers can see cyclists from far, better visibility means better anticipation and safety.
Video: Dry run of Cycliq6 around Sengkang Riverside Park (YouTube link)
I would like to mount the camera on my kids’ bikes and see where they roam :p
Perhaps parents would like to capture how the kids are behaving behind their back? I know my kids used to perform stunts and dares behind us :p
Cycliq Fly6 will give me an opportunity to correct kids’ cycling habits.
You may find out more about Cycliq cameras from their website.
Fly12 is the front-facing camera.
Unit is retailing at $259 SGD (MicroSD is not inclusive).
I only have one wishlist, I hope the mobile app would be able to preview the rear-facing video.
Video: Amateur cycling at the majestic Old Coach Road. The rear view Fly6 gave an interesting perspective of the route (YouTube link), and my fall :p
I had a fall at the 1.15min mark, and camera could “lock” the sequences before and after (pretty much like a blackbox feature).
NZ is famous for nature hiking and cycling, you may checkout Old Coach Road here (it is part of 6 Day “Mountain to Sea” Route!) . The iconic bridge is called “Hapuawhenua Viaduct”, and trains ran through it before.
[Giveaway]:Thanks to OCBC and Cycliq, we have a set of Cycliq Fly6 (and 32Gb MicroSD)to share
Contest is on our Fanpage:
1. Fans must first LIKE OCBC Cycle and SengkangBabies Fanpage
2. Tag 2 friends / Share the Facebook post (set as public)
3. Contest ends 17 Mar 10 pm, and one winner will be pick randomly
ps.. Cycliq Fly6 is designed to give you an alibi should an incident happen. Riders must still practice safe cycling on the road or in the mountain.
Ride safe, have fun!
Our Cycliq Fly6 was sponsored by OCBC Cycle and Cycliq.
You may visit out cycling trips with OCBC Cycle here.
The final Project Training Wheels session had our participants taking on new challenges: Riding uphill & downhill on hybrid bikes. What advice do you have for our participants taking part in the Straits Times ride? Tell us in the comments below and stand a chance to win one of 3 Timbuk2 Tandem Pannier Bags worth $209.T&Cs apply: https://bit.ly/2I8lp8h#PSA: Mobikes are available free to all OCBC Cycle participants for the ST and Sportive Ride. Alternative bike options like the ones featured in this video are available from our bike rental partners.