I really didn't want to either mount something on the bike or use a shoulder, chest mount type of thing since they seem pretty lame for the camera action and the adhesive mounting stuff wasn't confidence instilling so I decided to use the "water proof" enclosure and got out my Dremel.
On the back door of the enclosure I carefully ground out two lateral slates that were big enough to allow me to thread through two 12" velcro bands with a buckle.
I then attached it on the chin of the helmet so that the enclosure was secure and level. I very much copied this video idea on YouTube but skeletal enclosures for many other cameras other then a GoPro are hard to come by.
Took me all of 30 minutes of Dremel work and the end product is solid and secure on my extra Shoei 1000 helmet. The video on YouTube is below, just an FYI the rider is deaf so no real audio: