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I have a K16 (joined this site cause I am considering a R1250RT next year), anyway, I have several mounting points:

1. On the windscreen, Wunderlich do a mount, its expensive and you can find it in Nippy Normans.
2. Right handlebar, RAM mount, this give me the option of swiveling the camera forward or backwards.
3. GoPro sucker mount (with teather) on fairing.
4. GoPro Jaws mount which allows me to move the Gopro around the bike.
5. Ram mount on engine protector.

Sample of video from last year is here:

Great video. Great use of the camera in different positions. Thanks.
 

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Great video. Great use of the camera in different positions. Thanks.
Thank you very much, things have moved on a little since the last post, this is a video of the Tandragee 100 road circuit that is 5 miles from where I live and which gave me the opportunity to play with some other camera's and mounts during the Covid lockdown.

 

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I just have the standard GoPro 3M base attached right to the bottom of my windscreen. Has worked out great. I have another attached to my rear left pannier. Shot and video attached.

I like the position of this mount so nothing on the bike gets in the way. I was thinking about a ram suction mount on the lower outside part of the windscreen. I’m just not sure if the surface is flat enough to provide a secure suction point.
 
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