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Share the Best Moments of Your Biking Experience with Friends Using GoPro Cameras

If you use your bike mostly for travel and seek new and exciting experience while hitting the track or highway on your machine, you would surely want to capture the most memorable moments on camera to enjoy the footage later or share it with your friends or audience on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and other social media. GoPro was one of the first companies trying to fill the niche of durable, efficient action cameras that can withstand the most extreme conditions and capture clear, high-quality video.

Today, you can visit MOTORCYCLEiD.com to get the latest versions of GoPro HERO cameras, including the HERO8 camera featuring the HyperSmooth 2.0 + Boost option allowing for stabilizing the image perfectly no matter how violently you shake it. The camera can even create awesome automatic edits for quick sharing. It is impact-resistant, dustproof and waterproof. You can shoot underwater footage (up to 33 ft deep). Also, we offer a wide range of mounting brackets and other accessories for recharging and storing the camera.

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HyperSmooth 2.0 stabilization + Boost and in-app horizon leveling
TimeWarp 2.0
4K60 1080p240 + Slo-Mo
1080p Live Streaming
Touch Screen + Voice commands
Waterproof down to 33 ft
Built-In Mounting
Can be modded with lights, mics and more

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Light and durable aluminum construction
Lets you rotate your GoPro camera 360° for unlimited capture options
Features an ultra-compact footprint for mounting in tight spaces
Secures to 22.2 to 35mm diameter tubes

GoPro® AUCMT-302 - Suction Cup Mount - MOTORCYCLEiD.com

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Works with all HERO action cameras
Attach your GoPro to any glossy part of your machine
Industrial-strength suction cup proven at speeds of 150+ mph
Engineered to provide a broad range of motion and stability
The quick-release base makes moving between shots and locations quick and convenient
Warranty: One year

GoPro® AHFSM-001 - Helmet Front + Side Mount - MOTORCYCLEiD.com

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Always select a helmet that meets the applicable safety standard when you use a helmet with a GoPro helmet mount. Always follow the helmet manufacturer's instructions on safe helmet use
Works with these cameras: HERO7 Black, HERO7 Silver, HERO7 White, HERO (2018), HERO6 Black, HERO5 Black, HERO5 Session, HERO8 Black, MAX
Features:
Versatile front and side helmet-mounting solution
Offers maximum adjustability for a variety of shots and capture angles
Includes easier-to-use integrated mounting buckle

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Not much fits on the H2 handlebars.
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I have my helmet setup with a gopro foot attachment.Then use extensions for how low or high the cam sits.

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Front and rear cam, 1080p front with headlight glare filter, 720p rear, set for 3 minute chunks with the SD able to do 2.5 hours before overwrite. Can set it to one big loop file. Split live screen mounted on the steering yoke. Runs on after ignition off to a set time plus movement sensor. Impact sensor, runs on and saves the file not to be overwritten. Internal backup battery. Easy SD card removal so can swallow if the LEO tries to find it.
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Not much fits on the H2 handlebars.
Handlebars is not the best location to place a GoPro, to be honest. The windshield will mostly block the view and the footage may be shaky.



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