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    GoPro Chest Mount at Whiting Ranch

    I purchased the chest mount and hooked in the camera upside down so it pointed forward in the attack position. Definitely like this view the best. Check out the buck at 1:29 too!

    GoPro Chest Mount Mountain Biking Whiting Ranch - YouTube
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    Link is not working

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    Hmm. Try it now? It works fine for me.

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    worked! looks great!

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    looks sweet!

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    Nice video, which GoPro camera are you using? I liked the shot of the cat food(a.k.a. deer) nice job. I'm looking for a camera and I'm not sure which to buy.

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    Not trying to be a sports commentator here, but 35 minutes is outstanding for that loop, IMO. That's usually what it takes me to just to get to the top of Mustard. Easily one of my fav socal trails despite all the sand pits on the one-way trail now. Great vid.

    I would like to put in a request for Quail Hill if you're up to it. Thanks.

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    Great video man. Looks like you're ripping through that trail!

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    I finally went to Quail Hills for the first time. It's great right now with the flowers in bloom. The trails are not technical but there are some long climbs and great cardio! It's a short video, enjoy!

    Mountain Biking Quail Hill GoPro Chest Mount - YouTube

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    Looks like a fun trail. Great idea on mounting the GoPro upside down. I just recorded some video with my chestmount and didn't like the angle at all. I'll have to try it your way.

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    hi

    Sorry about previous post i already found out how to.
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    Nice ride, But tuck that Camelbak hose out of the way. My eyes kept wandering to the blue hose over there.
    The bike is nothing more then circles turning circles, It's the human motor that makes it elegant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProjectDan35 View Post
    Nice ride, But tuck that Camelbak hose out of the way. My eyes kept wandering to the blue hose over there.

    Yeah, I forgot to do that, this was my first ride with the chest harness. My most recent video, I certainly tucked that blue spaghetti monster away. Thanks!

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    cool video's whiting ranch looks like fun, that is a big buck. The trail looks nice and packed with good amount of flow, thank you for sharing
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    ya, nice vid looks like a nice Camelbak bite valve LOLOLOL


    I like the nice flowy trails like that.. getting tired of bouncing around on the rock here in CT.. oh well you got the angle of view just about perfect!!!


    anyway.. get one of these..., better flow than the camelbak ones, has the magnet to hold it in place, easier to turn the valve on and off with a glove on, easier to clean or even replace the gel ... just a far far better designed bite...

    Nalgene Articulated Bite Me Valve
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    Looks like a great ride.

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