does anyone have a GoPro or camera mounted on your RM and if so, where and how is it fixed?
I used the Go Pro suction cup mount on my Cross Country, and it worked great. I would mount it on the fairing just in front of the windshield, where I could see the red light indicting that it was recording. I have done 65 mph without an issue with that mount. Will find a location on the Roadmaster when spring gets here.I had mine mounted on the fairing on my RSV, but I don't think I will do that on my Roadmaster. GoPro makes a suction cup mount that they say is rated to 200 mph, so I may try that and mount it on the windshield.
I had it mounted on my helmet but it doesn't give the feeling of cornering etc as you tend to keep your head level. Also, the police are booking people for having cameras mounted on helmets over hereAnybody using a helmet mount ? How does that work? Like the idea it moves with your head. Just have not researched helmet mounts yet.
Meggie you have a great idea! The location allows one to see the road and feel the cornering as it happened. It may just work on my (new)rear highway bar of my Chieftain.
I found an article about helmet cameras in Australia. It's about interpretation as to what constitutes modification to the helmet, not a privacy/surveillance issue.It's illegal to helmet-mount a camera in Aus? That sucks... wow.