Helmet mounted GoPro, still tweaking the angle of the camera. I think I'll be using this mount just for "cliff side views" when riding on mountain roads/trails; this to give the viewer a look "over the edge".
Perfect snow levels as you can see on my driveway, not high enough to cause the exhausts to "float" the pusher tire and lose traction.
On a barely snow-covered dirt trail near the Blackstone Country Club
The following video demonstrates the hazards of mounting a camera on one's helmet. Hazard in terms of causing the viewer of the resulting movie some nausea/headaches if you don't cut out the parts where one's head is moving to check traffic. I tried my best to remove such parts.....as I mentioned before, I think helmet mounted videos in the future will be short and limited to specific angles.
This video was shot with the Panasonic Lumix ZS7's videocam function, it was Russian Donuts for breakfast this morning! (The car was not as close as it looks)
So, enough foolishness. My family and I wish you and yours a truly safe, prosperous and Happy New Year!
PS: Operation Colorado 365 is a success. I managed to ride every day during 2010, although I only managed to rack up a total of 16,941 miles between my two motorcycles. I guess I have to quit slacking off like this for 2011!
The riding logs are on the right side column of the blog, lower third.