The Bicycle Point Of View by BikeBlogger

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This week I’d like to present this video and article to you by BikeBlogger called, “The Bicycle Point Of View.”

For the last 4 years I’ve been a huge fan of this Youtube channel, and have witnessed how vastly it’s improved over that short time span.

Even though I didn’t discover this great channel when it started in 2014, I was able to witness the beginner by watching the season 1 in the link below.

Now, without further hesitation……

Enjoy this featured video by BikeBlogger Called, “The Bicycle Point Of View,” along with this article in his own words.

Also, don’t forget to watch the included video!

Today’s episode of the Bikeblogger show is from the bicycle point of view on my bike commuter.

I stared my bike vlog series with a helmet camera, then a chest camera, then a bike mounted camera, and now I have multiple cameras recording in all directions similar to, but different then a 360 camera.

The BikeBlogger channel continues to improve. Binge watch all BikeBlogger Seasons in the following playlists of my bicycle video blog series.

Vlogs are organized by year with episodes in chronological order.

BikeBlogger Show

https://youtube.com/c/BikeBlogger

Season 1 – Year 2014

https://youtube.com/playlist

Season 2 – Year 2015

https://youtube.com/playlist

Season 3 – Year 2016

https://youtube.com/playlist

Season 4 – Year 2017

https://youtube.com/playlist

Season 5 – Year 2018

https://youtube.com/playlist

Season 6 – Year 2019

https://youtube.com/playlist

Season 7 – Year 2020

https://youtube.com/playlist

Season 8 – Year 2021

https://youtube.com/playlist

And check out my other playlists as well!

Bike Trails

https://youtu.be

City Cycling

https://youtu.be

Bicycle Accidents And Crashes

https://youtu.be

How To Bicycle Maintenance Videos

https://youtu.be

My Bikes

https://youtu.be

Enjoy the video!

Timestamps:

  • 00:00 – My Camera Setup
  • 04:30 – Mile 1 My Channel
  • 8:35 – Mile 2 Lots Of Cars
  • 12:10 – Mile 3 BikeBlogger Show?
  • 16:10 – Mile 4 Green Light!
  • 20:45 – Mile 5 Traffic Behind Me
  • 26:00 – Mile 6 Bike Lane!
  • 31:10 – Mile 7 Close Call?
  • 35:50 – Mile 8 Jeep?
  • 43:00 – Mile 9 No Train Dang
  • 46:00 – FINISH!

Correction: The trucks at the end of the video were going to the train yard, not the weigh station.

My Bikes: Bikeblogger.com

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Thank you for watching

We would like to thank you for joining us, by watching this featured video, and reading this post. Let us know if you enjoyed this video in the comments section below.

Some more great videos by Bikeblogger that we think you’ll enjoy:

How to find and contact BikeBlogger

To find and contact this cool, bicycle commuter called Bikeblogger, check out BikeBlogger.com. It’s here, where you’ll find out the latest about his bike commutes, the current bicycles he’s using for his commutes, and of course the latest gear that he recommends.

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