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My Bedgebury Vids
#1
I little while ago I borrowed a Garmin VIRB from a friend to try out and see if it's worth saving for...

Turns out I really like it and am saving up for one now...

Anyhoo, here's the vids I made while I had it:

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#2
Nice riding dude, and i like the speedo and gps track in the vid. When you got yours, i suggest helmet mounting it as it's a lot smoother Wink
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#3
Cheers mate, yeah I did helmet mount on one of the vids... I think it's the Gloomy Wood one.

But didn't have the right fixing so I used the head strap and it weighed too heavy off the front of my helmet and made my neck ache after 2 hours.

When I get my own I'll fit it properly fo' sho'

That's what I prefer about the Garmin, it's got GPS receivers so can do speed, elevation, track maps and with the right accessories it can do cadence and heart rate too. All for similar money to a GoPro 3+
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#4
Looks good man, but I'd have to turn off the speedo setting, don't want everyone to know how slow I am.
Keep it foolish...
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