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    GoPro bike mounting options? Best angles?

    Hi. first post in this forum...

    Santa brought me a new GoPro... I have the handlebar/seatpost mount, but I'm looking for creative ways to use it or other mounts to get the best angles to capture more than you usually see.... I like the chest mount shots, but I'd like to get more of the bike in the shots also... wondering about mounting it on seatstay/chainstay, or other places that might look cool. what have you guys tried?
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    Might want to post it in the Video forum.
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    OK I'll try there too, thanks... curious about still shots also though... this thing takes pretty amazing stills.
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    Took this this morning... this is kinda what I'm talking about. So far I like getting it out to the side a bit to capture more of the bike, so you don't just see the "T" of a top tube/handlebar. Not sure how well this mount situation would work out on the trail though...GoPro bike mounting options? Best angles?-picture1.jpg
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