CRF450R Trail Ride

Looks like you had fun?? No offence but I cant stand the chest mount veiw. Dont like staring at the cross bar all the time! Top of helmet or side of helmet is my favorite!! Nice day out though. Keep the vids coming!

Thanks, and yes it was a good day of riding for sure! I hear ya on the chest mount and sometimes stare at the bar also, but Its kinda cool for a change when you look past it... I gotta get a side mount so my head dont get ripped off.

Looked like a helmet mount to me :busted:

Looked like a fun place to ride , i liked the single track part of the video ! :busted:

Thanks, and yes it was a good day of riding for sure! I hear ya on the chest mount and sometimes stare at the bar also, but Its kinda cool for a change when you look past it... I gotta get a side mount so my head dont get ripped off.

Didnt you get the mounts with your cam??

Thanks, and yes it was a good day of riding for sure! I hear ya on the chest mount and sometimes stare at the bar also, but Its kinda cool for a change when you look past it... I gotta get a side mount so my head dont get ripped off.

You can do a mouth guard mount , if branches are a issue , that is what i use (my mount pictured) , it gives you a "Rider Perspective" view

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Yes it was a helmet mount on this vid, I think GTXR was talkin about my other vid? The camera only came with a top mount...

I like that mouth guard mount, how did you fasten it?

I Just cut a piece of Lexan and took off the mouth guard and used the existing holes , some people use just Silicone and leave the mouth guard on and let it cure before sticking the cam on it , i dont trust the Silicone from falling off

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This is the view

http://vimeo.com/31460513

I kinda like the Chesty GoPro mount....seeing the bars in the vids can be fun too.

cheers

Greg

450X: I like that view alot! Thanks for the info :busted:

Ride4life it looks like your visor has some stitches (zipties):busted:

Oh yeah some battle wounds...:busted:

I also use little rubber bumpers (auto parts store/hardware store) , so it adds a little cushion to the camera , and i dont have to worry about the proper angle , i just rest it against the bumper and i know the angle is correct (i would adjust the camera and walk around with it on , then check the video , and when it looked how i wanted it , i made the bumpers that long

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Where is that your riding?

His video said Quarts Creek in Southern Or.

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