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Driving or riding?

We ride bikes. We drive cars.

Anyways you can't go wrong with a GoPro. I have one and like it. I also have two Garmin Virbs and I actually like those better cause they have gps and therefore can give me telemetry data for the track, which is exactly hat I bought it for.
 

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Driving or riding?

We ride bikes. We drive cars.

Anyways you can't go wrong with a GoPro. I have one and like it. I also have two Garmin Virbs and I actually like those better cause they have gps and therefore can give me telemetry data for the track, which is exactly hat I bought it for.
Looking for one for my bike, have you heard of the Sena Prism? ITs coming out in June. I was looking at gopro, but audio doesnt really work right?
 

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I use a GoPro 4 with an external mic. I just got a cheap Sony mic on Amazon along with one of those micro-USB to 1/4" TRS microphone adapters. Works great.
 

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I use a GoPro Hero 4 Session mounted on my helmet, which is the most ideal model for riding IMHO. Also, a really cheap and pretty cool cam is the Activision Call of Duty Ghost branded cam. It's like $30, comes with a small microSD, and has plenty of mounting options. I tether it to my chest/back armor on the shoulder since putting any cam on your bike gives a crappy picture due to the vibration.

Link->Call of Duty Ghosts 1080p HD Tactical Camera (@ Amazon)
 
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