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If you've ever watched any motor sports you know that the teams, drivers, or riders will review footage of their races and practices to see where they can improve. In recent years this has been taken to the next level for dirt bike and motorcycle riders. The riders can strap on helmet cams and literally relive their race to see where they made mistakes, or where they could have made better choices. The pros will do this to pick up a tenth of a second per lap sometimes. They can see very minor mistakes or better lines that make them a better rider or give them a faster lap. A motorcycle helmet cam can make YOU a better rider too!
When it comes to motorcycle riding, we are an obsessed bunch. That should be the case for improving our skills as a rider also! A helmet camera can help us do just that. Take for instance a dirt bike rider on a trail ride through the woods. There's going to be lots of obstacles to traverse and a number of line choices. With you camera rolling, you get to review your ride back at home. Sure the camera gets to capture the ride and some scenery but it's also capturing more. It can show you what you're doing right, and what you are doing wrong. While riding you have to make split second decisions about what line to take, or how to traverse or avoid an obstacle. Sometimes we make the right choice, sometimes the wrong. Reviewing footage of a ride can help you to hone those skills and be better prepared for the next time.
That's how a motorcycle helmet cam can go to work for you, but all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Your cam is great for capturing riding footage to share with friends and family or make a video log for your website or YouTube channel. You can edit the video, add commentary, and more. If you take a spill when jumping that off camber sand dune you can choose to take that out, or add some colorful voice over. Use the cam for harley davidson crash bars street rides to help identify risky intersections and other poor behavior that we see so often from our 4 wheeled counterparts. There are so many good reasons to have a helmet cam and you really only need one reason to go out and buy one. So what are you waiting for?