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CYCLIQFly6 CE Rear HD Bike Camera and Light

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Fly6 CE Rear HD Bike Camera and Light

Whether you're commuting or training, ride with the confidence you gain from having the CYCLIQ Fly6 CE Rear HD Bike Camera and Light attached to your seatpost. This light boasts 100 lumens that make your position clear to other road users, and a 1080p camera that records high quality video and audio footage throughout your ride. An impressive 7 hour battery life keeps the good times rolling throughout your ride, and the Fly6 recharges quickly post-ride with a USB-C cable. This gadget is compatible with microSD cards, and also features bluetooth connectivity for easy data sharing.

  • 2-in-1 light and camera for confident cycling
  • 100 lumens project your position to traffic
  • 1080p camera records HD images and audio
  • 6-axis stabilization for a clear image
  • Bluetooth connectivity makes it easy to access data
  • Water-resistant design protects the mechanism
  • Charges quickly via USB-C cable
  • Compatible with microSD cards
Tech Specs
Tech Specs
Burn Time
1080p HD camera
Recommended Use
commuting, road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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I’m not a beta tester

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought both Cycliq lights after a rash of anti-cyclist threats in my area. I really wish this was a good product and think I gave my due diligence. However it was only the second ride when I started having issues with the unit just shutting off randomly. I tried to troubleshoot and determined that it was a SD card reading issue. So I tried other SD cards (as recommended by Cycliq). But it still would do the same. I tried a firmware update but that wouldn’t take after a couple dozen tries and I reached out to Cycliq for help. Basically they wanted me to video myself doing all the steps and try yet other cards... I felt like I was beta testing the product instead of troubleshooting. And here is the real kicker: So this is a tail light, right? For safety? Then WHY did they think it was a good idea for the whole unit to turn off if the SD card isn’t reading? I found myself stopping every ten minutes to make sure it was still on so I wouldn’t get hit. After a week of that I sent it back to Competitivecyclist, who accepted it for store credit.

Wow, that seals it for me. You are the customer and they treat you like ....$hit. Video tape doing all the steps. Now where am I going to find a back camera for my bike ? It certainly won't be from these dingleberries.

Defective right out of the box

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Defective unit didn't even make it through the firmware update with out bricking. Super disappointed!

poor build

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Purchased the product with high hopes. didnt' mind the extra weight added for the saftey. First issue was that the app doesn't work smoothingly with videoplay back. one cannot see what is on that device once conected to our phone via BT. no big deal i can work with using my desk to to access the information.

The part that really gets me annoyed is that the product has hazzy lenses after a morning ride around 5am in the NE. i let it sit so the condensation can decrease. however i went ut again on another ride and it completely stopped working. no light in the middle of a 5am ride. Definitely very scary

1. The fact that condensation occurs is not the fault of the product.
2. if you are relying on 100 lumens to light your way, *you* need to try again after you Google "lumen".

How is that not a product issue when you take it out on a ride and condensation forms on the lenses? Its primary selling point is capturing video to use in a close call, but if the lenses are clouded by moisture, what is the reason to pay that amount is money?

Had the same issues. Having the tail light turn off whenever there is a recording error is definitely a terrible feature!