That was awesome! How did you mount the camera?
If anyone is interested in a $5 camera mount for the 919 here is your parts list.
PVC "T" with end cap for the leg of the T that is about the size of your handlebars.
2 hose clamps
1 4" x 1/4" bolt (the size that fits a standard camera receiver)
3 nuts to fit said bolt
1 flat plastic washer to cushion the camera
1. Slice the top of the T in half and use the hose clamps to clamp this to your handlebars in between the mounts.
2. Drill hole in the PVC endcap and push the bolt through from the inside out
3. Lock a nut down on the bolt to fix it to the endcap. Screw the endcap into the leg of the T sticking up from your bars.
4. turn 2 nuts down onto the bolt, slide the plastic washer onto the nuts.
5. Turn your camera down onto the the bolt.
6. Tighten the top nut up to the camera and tighten the 2nd nut up to hold the first one.
I have used mine several times and although it's not the best invention ever, it does work with some fine tuning.
Great vid! I ordered a Tachyon XC a week ago as the reviews all pointed me to it.
I bought one of these to mount on my helmet over here. It works great and can film for hours.
As an aside, dprider02 posts to youtube and rides a 919 and somehow mounts his camera into the chin bar of his helmet. He had to drill a hole through the helmet for the camera to "see" and he is able to narrate his rides. He has some cool vids.