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The mounts that come with most motorcycle video cameras are semi-useful for mounting the camera to a helmet but not the motorcycle.
Suction cup style camera mounts are readily available and they can be used for a sturdier mounting arrangement.
There are two models above the session, should you need higher quality, professional level video footage.
The Hero4 Black records 4K Ultra footage and will set you back a cool £320.
There are a few options, the newest and cheapest being the Hero4 Session, at £157.
This is the smallest Go Pro yet and is waterproof, making it perfect for using around London.
One Twitter user wrote: “I'd make the driver ride a bike while people drive vans at him until he gets the message.” Another said: “Cyclist shouldn't be in the middle of the road like that.
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The situation is this: most (or all) of the motorcycle video cameras come with a small selection of plastic clips that are supposed to be used for mounting the camera on a helmet or on the motorcycle itself.
But we haven't found any of these clips to be all that useful.
These are available under a variety of brand names, including the Delkin "Fat Gecko" series shown here and mounts made by Pana Vise.