How to Mount a GoPro to the ICON Airflite Helmet
The ICON Airflite. It's sleek, it's stylish, it's sexy. It's terrible for mounting a GoPro on the chin area. A normal GoPro mount doesn't lay flat on it. A side mount with extensions to bring it to the front works... but it gets in the way of your visor opening. Of course you can always do a side mount sticking off of the side, but that ruins the entire aesthetic of it. It's like putting a bumper sticker on a Ferrari. You just... don't. Let's not even begin to talk about wind drag, wind noise, and uneven weight distribution. "Oh but Mr. Radds, what about the top of the helmet? Then it's symmetrically weighted." Sure, but you still have unnecessary wind drag and your head looks like a ham radio antenna. "So what's the solution Mr. Radds?" Well, I'm glad you asked. MotoRadds chin mount for the ICON Airflite. Why is it the best? First off, it's symmetrically weighted. It gets positioned front and center on the visor itself. Secondly, no unnecessary wind drag. The cold, hard, truth is that if you're using an action camera, wind drag is unavoidable. However, it can be minimized, and the center of the chin is the best spot to minimize the inevitable wind drag. Third, it's designed to "little spoon" that sexy visor of yours. No spots missing contact, no shoddy homemade rubber mounts, no bull. Check out the picture and try to tell me that's not a glove-like fit.
Lastly, the hooks. It's designed with special hooks designed to latch to the back of the visor. The more weight on the mount, the more they grip onto the back of the visor. This bad boy is the most secure mount you'll find for any motorcycle helmet, and it's made especially for yours.
So what are you waiting for? Grab yours today and show the world your world.