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    Best helmet for GoPro visor mount

    I currently have a Giro Feature and with the GoPro mounted under the visor and the visor positioned in it's most upright position, the GoPro is still slightly in my view, just enough so that it's annoying. Any one running something better? More adjustable? Thanks

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    I recommend a chest harness

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    Quote Originally Posted by sml-2727 View Post
    I recommend a chest harness
    Mmmmk. Thanks

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    Check out the Bell Super. It has a GoPro mount that fits into one of the front center vents

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    My Kali Amara has a spot to mount a GoPro on the top, it also comes with mounts for round lights a some other things I haven't figured out yet. I haven't put mine up there yet but I hear it works well as your head is going to be the most stable point to mount a camera.

    http://kaliprotectives.com/bike/amara

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