Mounting a GoPro camera on your motorcycle helmet can be a great way to capture all of the exciting moments of your ride. However, finding the right mount for your specific helmet can be a challenge. In this post, we will show you how to mount your GoPro/Insta360/DJI action to your Bell Qualifier using the RideTechMoto GoPro chin mount/camera mount.
The RideTechMoto GoPro custom camera mount is specifically designed for the Bell Qualifier helmet, making it the perfect choice for this particular helmet. The mount attaches easily to the chin area of the helmet and provides a secure, stable platform for your GoPro camera. The mount is also adjustable, so you can find the perfect angle for your shots.
Gather the necessary materials Before you begin, make sure you have the following materials:
- RideTechMoto camera mount kit
- GoPro or other action camera
- Allen key (if complete package option is purchased)
Prepare the helmet using provided alcohol wipe, wipe the helmet clean from any dirt or debris.
Step 3: Attach the mount
Take the mount and attach it to the chin area of the helmet. Make sure the mount is securely pressed against the helmet.
Step 4: Attach the camera adapter
Take the camera adapter (Full Package Accessory) and attach it to the mount. This should be a snug fit.
Step 5: Attach the camera
Attach your GoPro or other action camera to the camera adapter. Make sure it is securely fastened and won't move around while riding. The camera can be tightened with the thumbscrew provided.
If you're looking for a reliable, stable and secure way to mount your GoPro camera to your Bell Qualifier helmet, the RideTechMoto GoPro chin mount/camera mount is the perfect choice. Additionally, if you own multiple helmets or plan to switch helmets, RideTechMoto's wide variety of custom camera mounts for different helmet brands is a great option to consider. This includes AGV, Arai, Bell, Fox, HJC, Scorpion, Sedici, Shoei, and many more. With RideTechMoto's mounts, you can be sure that your camera will be safe and secure while you're out on the road or on the dirt.