Tag Archives: Cycliq

Getting pulled over by five police vehicles while riding our bikes

I got a bunch of questions about my Strava pic from a ride I uploaded last week, so I figured I’d color in a bit more detail. It would only be appropriate that while on a group ride with the … Read More Here

Hands-on: Cycliq’s new Fly6 CE & Fly12 CE with Garmin integration and more!

Today Cycliq announced their two latest products – the Fly6 CE and Fly12 CE (CE = Connected Edition).  For those unfamiliar with the company’s past products, both of these units are combination bike lights and cameras.  The Fly6 is the … Read More Here

First Look: The Cycliq Duo Mount for Heavier Gear

A few weeks back Cycliq announced a new product on Kickstarter.  You’ll remember Cycliq is the company behind the Fly6 and Fly12 combination bike safety camera/lights products.  They combine front (Fly12) or back (Fly6) lights with a camera that’s always … Read More Here

Hands-on: Cycliq’s updated Fly6 rear-light camera

You know when you look at that stack of mail piling up on your kitchen table and decide to sift through it tomorrow?  But tomorrow’s been happening for an indeterminate amount of time?  Well tomorrow is today. As I continue the … Read More Here

Cycliq Fly12 Bike Light/Camera In-Depth Review

It’s been over a year since Cycliq first introduced their Fly12 combo bike light and HD camera.  While the road to shipping was certainly longer and bumpier than the company wanted, they started shipping units to customers last month.  You’ll … Read More Here

Cycliq Fly6 In-Depth Review

I’ve been using the Fly6 (Generation 2) for the better part of a year now.  While I wrote an initial preview last year of the Generation 1 model, it was just that – a preview.  I figured it was about … Read More Here

Week in Review–February 15th, 2014

The Week in Review is a collection of both all the goodness I’ve written during the past week around the internet, as well as a small pile of links I found interesting – generally endurance sports related. I’ve often wondered … Read More Here