2 min min read - May 30, 2019
Some years ago when I was cycling with our friends back in Poland we had a very close call with a car. It passed us very fast, very close, forcing a car that rode the opposite direction to run to the side of the road to avoid a crush. In the result of this case being reported my friend who cycled with me that day was summoned to the court because apparently, he overtook me on the inside. In reality, I was dropping to the back of the peloton at that moment. The case was dismissed but we all lost faith in the law.
Years later I started to commute in London and very fast I noticed that guys who carry cameras are passed more carefully the drivers. So I started to cycle with GoPro on my helmet and behind my saddle. Then I noticed that many drivers use their phones when driving and often nearly hit cyclists and pedestrians even in slow traffic. I started to report it. It took some time to learn how to do it properly.
Here you can find a few basic findings:
8 min min read - June 3, 2019
I used to be very stressed. That actually is an understatement. I used to live with mortifying fear of failure. But I don't tell that to refer yet again to book by Mark Manson, but to share some finding that came with age, life events and yet again... failures. Well, with some successes too.… read more…
3 min min read - April 28, 2019