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    Gopro mounting tip :)

    Found out that you could take a cycle kickstand (bend it some) and cut it in half, a little tape and with the Gopro handlebar mount then you have a pretty sturdy Gopro mount and some interesting video footage



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    Looks great. I like those alternate locations. I have mounted my GoPro (and other cameras) to my seat stay and chainstay not to mention other areas. One thing I noticed is to move it around and get different perspectives during a ride. More work but neat, interesting.

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    nice, thnks for sharing

    gnewcomer aka OldMtnGoat

    I ride xc/enduro, because baseball, basketball, football and golf require only one ball....

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    Thanks for the feedback, always appreciated ^^
    Quite happy with the angle. Yep, should have filmed from different angles and so, just got the go pro camera so thatīs my excuse

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnewcomer View Post
    I ride xc/enduro, because baseball, basketball, football and golf require only one ball....
    +1 ^^

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