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    ... and if we just ... Getting Rad in the Winter time!

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    That's a nice video of your handlebars and front tire, for the most part.

    You need to adjust the aim of your cam so we can see what you see. Otherwise, the handlebars get old quickly and, except for the occasional few seconds when you sit up and we can see ahead, down the trail, not very exciting.

    Sorry, not much rad about handlebars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiahh View Post
    That's a nice video of your handlebars and front tire, for the most part.

    You need to adjust the aim of your cam so we can see what you see. Otherwise, the handlebars get old quickly and, except for the occasional few seconds when you sit up and we can see ahead, down the trail, not very exciting.

    Sorry, not much rad about handlebars.
    ^^^^this

    Looks like a really fun trail.
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    No, YOU don't understand. You're making an ass of yourself for all of eternity.

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    Los Gatos with new re-route and features was awesome Thanksgiving weekend. I put an old sock between the elastic strap and the chest plate on the gopro chest mount, it gives you a more down the trail angle, still not ideal when I'm off the saddle though, but you can flip it over in the mount shoot in the upside down mode, stiil need to try that.

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    Mount the camera upside down. Point the camera up, way up. It will seem to high at first but then you will realize that it gives a better result. You will record more of the trail and less of your bike. It will allow people to look ahead and appreciate what you're seeing.
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