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Quick ride through the twisties of Idyllwild, Ca... up the 243 from Banning, through Idyllwild to the 74 down to Hemet and then the 79 into Beaumont. Goes up above 6000 feet... still a little bit of snow on the ground. LOTS of fun twisties!
 

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Hahaha... it didn't get chilly until I got up to the top and the snow started showing. Huge difference from the top to the bottom... great ride.
 

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Gosh darn, we need to strap a GoPro to you so we can experience these adventures too!
I had the GoPro running... just haven't had a chance to get it uploaded. I will move that up on the list of priorities. Hahaha
 

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Not that I have seen... I have it attached to my helmet now. But would like to get a gimble mounted to the bike... maybe the front forks?
 

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Not that I have seen... I have it attached to my helmet now. But would like to get a gimble mounted to the bike... maybe the front forks?
no don't mount to forks or your camera will be bouncing up & down with the forks.

I haven't put one on the fz10 yet but I will. Here is a mount that I did on my last trackday, I was on my H2. The mount is a RAM mount and it is in the the steering stem post. There are pics below and here is a sample video from that trackday. You might want to jump to about 3 min in cause a really good chase between me & 2 WERA racers goes on for laps. You'll get a kick at how hard I pull away from them on the front straight (I hit 174mph gps reading).







 

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I have that steering stem Ram mount on my bike for my cell phone... its a good setup. Ever thought about putting a GoPro on it unless its pointed back at the rider.
 

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