Find the Best GoPro for Mountain Biking in 2024 – 5 Tips for Mounting and Accessories

Here we go! We’ll cover the best GoPro for mountain biking, the essential mounts to get the perfect shot, how to mount your GoPro for the best footage and the must have accessories to make your mountain biking even more epic. So buckle up and let’s get started!
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The GoPro HERO range of action cameras needs no intro! With one attached to your mountain bike, body or helmet you can capture and share the action with ease and quality across video and photos.

But with the release of the GoPro HERO12 Black it’s been true for a while now that you don’t need the latest model to go mountain biking. Image quality, video resolution and built in stabilization makes previous models more than enough.

Here we go! We’ll cover the best GoPro for mountain biking, the essential mounts to get the perfect shot, how to mount your GoPro action cameras for the best footage and the must have accessories to make your mountain biking even more epic.

Short Summary

  • Read detailed reviews, plus Pros and Cons, of our top 5 GoPro cameras and one other non-GoPro. Sometimes the latest model is not what you need – this will tell you why.
  • Find out what features you need – from video specs and video settings, to camera sensor size and cinematic footage.
  • Whether it’s a handlebar mount or chest mount you’ll know how you’re going to use your new action camera.

Top 5 GoPro Cameras for Mountain Biking in 2024

A mountain biker riding a mountain bike with a GoPro camera mounted on their helmet

When it comes to mountain biking, capturing the fun of the ride requires action cameras that have the right features and fit your budget and needs. The good news is mountain bikers are spoiled for choice these days, even if your heart is set on a GoPro camera, you don’t need the latest model to get epic footage and great photo quality. There are options out there at an affordable price.

GoPro has been a mountain biker’s favorite for a long time and for good reason. With great video quality, image stabilization and a range of mounting options, GoPro cameras have got everything you need out on the trail.

Here are our top 5 GoPro cameras for mountain biking in 2024, including the HERO11 Black, HERO10 Black, MAX, HERO9 Black and one other non-GoPro in the Insta360 One R Twin Edition – each with something special for your mountain biking!

GoPro HERO12 Black: The Latest and Greatest (Maybe?)

Pros:

  1. Overheating Performance: The HERO12 Black solves overheating issues so you can shoot 4K 120p without any worries.
  2. Longer Battery Life: Users get much longer battery life in modes that usually kill the camera.
  3. Timecode Sync: Now you can sync your GoPro footage with other devices during editing.
  4. PG-Log Video: Professionals can use PG-Log video for 10-bit “raw” video for maximum dynamic range and post production flexibility.
  5. HDR Video: The HERO12 has HDR video in 5.3K and 4K for better highlights and color.
  6. AutoBoost Stabilization: The new AutoBoost stabilization dynamically adjusts the crop to maintain stabilization so you get smoother footage without significant cropping.
  7. Wireless Headphones and Microphone: You can now use wireless headphones and microphones for better audio and voice commands for the camera.
  8. 1/4-20 Tripod Screw Hole: A 1/4-20 tripod screw hole for easier tripod mounting without extra accessories and third party mounting systems.

Cons:

  1. No GPS: The GPS feature is removed, although not used much, maybe they’ll bring it back in a new remote version.
  2. Same Sensor and Processor: The HERO12 uses the same sensor and processor as the Hero 11, so not groundbreaking internal changes.
  3. Menu Lag: The menu system is behind the competition, you have to navigate through different menus for video and photo settings, it can be frustrating.

Price: $399.99

The GoPro HERO12 Black is the latest GoPro and has all the new features and more than enough to be in the top spot among action cameras. It builds upon the HERO11 Black with minor visual changes and full compatibility with existing accessories. But is it the best GoPro for mountain biking? Not so clear cut.

Internally it has the same 8:7 aspect ratio sensor and GP2 processor. Notable changes are longer battery life, reduced overheating, 10-bit Log video, timecode sync and a standard tripod mount.

The HERO12’s biggest improvement is its overheating resistance, especially in high video resolution modes like 5.3K 30p or 4K 120p. The removal of the GPS feature helps with battery life and new features like timecode sync and PG-Log for professionals and HDR video, AutoBoost stabilization and wireless headphones and microphone support.

It has a 1/4-20 tripod screw hole for more mounting options and while the menu system is behind the competition, maybe firmware updates can fix this minor issue. Overall the HERO12 Black is a solid upgrade with incremental changes and better performance and more features.

If you don’t have a GoPro and budget isn’t a concern, the HERO12 Black is the best GoPro for mountain biking.

GoPro HERO11 Black: Best Overall

GoPro Hero 11 Black

Pros:

  1. New Sensor and Aspect Ratio: The HERO11 has an 8:7 aspect ratio to fit the trend of vertical video and is versatile for all social media platforms.
  2. Wide Angle with HyperView: The larger sensor allows for HyperView, even wider angle than SuperView, perfect for tight spaces.
  3. High Res Stills: You can extract 24.7 megapixel stills from video, a cost effective way to get high res images without an additional camera.
  4. RAW in Burst Mode: Burst mode now has RAW images, for continuous shooting flexibility for those who want it.
  5. Video Quality: 5.3K at 60fps, 4K at 120fps, 2.7K at 240fps for standard and slow motion video.
  6. Longer Battery Life: The Enduro battery is now a standard feature, 38% more shooting time.
  7. 10-bit Color: Option to shoot in 10-bit color for more dynamic range for those who want to color grade in post.
  8. User Friendly Star Trails: New Star Trails feature to capture star trail videos with a single button press.
  9. Creative Modes: New modes like Light Painting and Vehicle Light Trails for creative effects.
  10. Easy and Pro Modes: Easy and Pro modes for casual and professional users, simple interface for beginners and familiar for pros.

Cons:

  1. HyperView Distortion: While HyperView is wide angle, the distortion at the corners is extreme and might be a problem for some users in certain situations.
  2. Minor Video Spec Upgrade: The video specs are similar to the HERO10, not a major upgrade.
  3. Vertical Video: The vertical video focus might not be useful for everyone and the 8:7 aspect ratio might not be as versatile for all shooting styles.

The GoPro HERO11 Black looks the same as the Hero 10 Black so it’s compatible with all existing accessories. But it’s the first to have a slightly larger sensor with 8:7 aspect ratio to fit the trend of vertical video on TikTok. With the new HyperView feature it has a wider angle than SuperView, so it’s more versatile for all shooting situations.

It improves stills with ability to extract 24.7 megapixel stills from video and RAW image capture in burst mode. Video specs are still competitive for high res recording and the Enduro battery is now a standard feature so 38% more battery life.

In software the HERO11 has 10-bit color for more post production flexibility. New software features are Star Trails, Light Painting and Vehicle Light Trails for creative users. Easy and Pro modes for simple or detailed control and an improved Auto Highlights so you can edit videos without downloading source files to your device.

We say the HERO11 is the best GoPro for mountain biking overall because of the incremental upgrades to the current top model GoPro HERO12 and the lower price.

GoPro HERO10 Black: Best Value

GoPro HERO10 Black

Pros:

  1. Video Capabilities: GoPro’s HERO10 has faster video than their previous models with 4K at 120fps and 5.3K at 60fps for smoother and more dynamic footage.
  2. Processor (GP2): New GP2 processor for better overall performance, higher resolution still image extraction (better photo quality) and Hypersmooth 4.
  3. Hypersmooth 4: Video stabilization for 5.3K footage so your video is smooth even in high res.
  4. Horizon Leveling: HERO10 has improved horizon leveling up to 45 degrees for more stable video.
  5. Local Tone Mapping: New local tone mapping algorithm for more contrast in low detail areas so your video is more detailed and textured especially in grass and hair.
  6. Video Noise Reduction: Advanced video noise reduction for better video quality in low light and high contrast situations.
  7. Hydrophobic Lens Cover: Hydrophobic lens cover to repel water so your footage is clearer and addresses the water droplet issue.
  8. Higher Megapixel Output: HERO10 can output full 23 megapixels of its 23.6 megapixel sensor for better image quality and to crop tighter.
  9. Still Images from Video: Extract 19.6 megapixel JPG stills from 5.3K video for more image capture options.
  10. Front Screen: Higher frame rate on the front screen for better preview especially for selfie shots.
  11. Auto Cloud Backup: GoPro subscription users can auto backup to the cloud when the HERO10 is plugged in for charging.
  12. Faster Wireless Transfers: Faster wireless transfer from GoPro to phone and new option for wired image and video transfer to phone.

Cons:

  1. Same Design: HERO10 has the same design as the previous model with minimal changes so some users may be looking for a more significant upgrade.
  2. Limited Horizon Leveling in 5.3K: Horizon leveling is not available when shooting 5.3K footage so it’s limited in some scenarios.
  3. Higher Price: While it has many improvements the HERO10 is more expensive and users will need to weigh the cost against their needs and budget.

The GoPro HERO10 Black has some notable upgrades especially in video. Faster frame rates, 4K at 120fps and 5.3K at 60fps, new GP2 processor for a snappier UI, shorter startup time and more responsive onscreen menus. Although it looks the same as the HERO9, the HERO10 is 3% lighter and has many improvements thanks to the new processor. The GP2 allows for better video stabilization with Hypersmooth 4 which is now available when shooting 5.3K and horizon leveling for more stable shot. New local tone mapping algorithm for more contrast in low detail areas and advanced video noise reduction especially in low light.

The image sensor is still 23.6 megapixels but the faster processor can output 23 megapixels for stills. One cool feature is you can pull 19.6-megapixel JPG stills from 5.3K video. The hydrophobic lens cover is a nice addition for water use to prevent water droplets from obstructing the lens during filming. The HERO10 also has automatic cloud backup for GoPro subscribers and faster wireless transfer to phones.

Overall these are great improvements for users who want more video and photo capabilities especially in challenging conditions like low light and water. It’s not “out of date” and even two generations behind the current top GoPro action camera the HERO10 can still hold its own against the HERO12.

GoPro MAX: Best 360-Degree Camera

Pros:

  1. Compact & Waterproof: GoPro MAX is compact, waterproof up to 16 feet, comes with lens caps, dome protectors, mounting foot and adhesive mounts for more use.
  2. 360-Degree Audio: Six internal microphones with directional precision like shotgun mics for better overall sound capture.
  3. Wireless Connectivity: Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for wireless transfer via GoPro app for Android or iOS for easier editing and reframing on mobile devices.
  4. Single MicroSD Card Slot: Simplifies storage with single microSD card slot instead of dual-card setup for more convenience.
  5. Flexible Viewing Options: Various aspect ratios when converting 360-degree video to flat video for more framing and post production adjustments.
  6. Stabilization & Horizon Leveling: Strong stabilization and horizon leveling for stable and level video even in dynamic and shaky scenarios for better video quality.
  7. Multiple Capture Modes: Time-lapse video, panoramic image mode and ultra-wide angle shots for both video and stills.
  8. Single-Lens Performance: Up to 60fps with single lens for more flexibility in fast or slow motion scenarios.
  9. 360-Degree Reframing Tools: Reframing tools in GoPro app and desktop software for more creative control over 360-degree footage.

Cons:

  1. Slow Wireless Transfer: Wireless transfer is slow, about 45 seconds to 1 minute per minute of video, can impact workflow.
  2. Limited 360-Degree Frame Rate: Limited to 24 or 30fps for 360-degree video when using both lenses, may not be ideal for users who want higher frame rates.
  3. No Custom Video Presets: No custom video presets, you have to adjust manually via touch interface for different types of clips.
  4. Higher Price: Pricier than single-lens action cameras, more expensive than GoPro Hero8 Black.

GoPro MAX is a compact and waterproof 360-degree camera, 2.7 x 2.5 x 1.6 inches and 5.8 ounces. Comes with opaque lens caps and clear dome protectors, mounting foot and adhesive mounts. The mounting clips fold into the bottom for storage so you can place it on tripods or flat surfaces. Six internal microphones for better audio, isolates voices and captures ambient sounds. Records to single microSD card, removable side door for access to card slot and USB-C port for data transfer and charging. Battery life is 85 minutes of 360-degree video or 105 minutes of single-lens 1080p or 1440p video.

Wireless transfer via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi with GoPro app for mobile workflows, reframe 360-degree footage on iPad Pro. MAX software converts 360-degree video shot at 5.6K into flat video with selectable aspect ratios (16:9, 1:1, 4:3, 9:16). Use touch tools on GoPro’s smartphone and tablet software to convert 360-degree video into flat video, keyframe animation for smooth transitions and virtual camera movements.

Supports time-lapse video, panoramic image mode, can record at 24 or 30fps with both lenses or 60fps with single lens, many creative options. No custom video presets but a great 360-degree camera with great video, audio and build.

GoPro HERO9 Black: Best Older Model

Pros:

  1. High-Res Sensor: 23.6MP sensor for 5K video and 20MP stills.
  2. Better Still Image Quality: New sensor for RAW images and extracting stills from videos.
  3. Front Screen: Full color front screen always on, no battery drain.
  4. Longer Battery Life: 23 minutes more runtime in 4K tests than Hero 8.
  5. Removable Lens Cover: Addresses a previous issue, more flexibility and wider field of view.
  6. Scheduled Capture: Schedule captures for time-lapse shots, convenience for users.
  7. HyperSmooth 3.0: Latest stabilization version, super smooth footage in challenging situations.
  8. Subscription Perks: New subscription model, unlimited video storage, total camera replacement and store discounts.

Cons:

  1. 5K Playback Limited: Most mobile devices can’t play 5K, must download to laptop or desktop.
  2. 5K Frame Rate: 5K limited to 30fps, users will need to switch to lower resolutions for higher frame rates.
  3. Expensive: $450 without subscription, may be too pricey; Hero 7 and Hero 8 available for less.

GoPro HERO9 Black introduced several new features at launch, including a 23.6MP sensor, shooting 5K video and 20MP stills. This resolution gives you flexibility in post production to crop and zoom and still have 4K footage quality.

The HERO9 sensor also allows you to extract 14.7MP stills from videos, great for prints and web use. The bigger battery gives you more shooting time, 23 minutes more in a side by side 4K test with Hero 8.

Another nice addition is the full color front screen, always on and doesn’t drain battery. This makes it easier to frame and self record without having to switch between screens. The HERO9 Black addresses a previous issue with a removable lens cover, you can now add the Max lens mod for a wider field of view. Software updates are big, Scheduled Capture allows you to schedule time-lapse captures, great for sunrise shoots. HyperSmooth 3.0 minimizes camera shake in tough shooting conditions, looks pro level even in rough environments.

GoPro’s subscription has been simplified and is now unlimited video storage, total camera replacement and store discounts.

At 3 generations old this may seem like the oldest GoPro you can find but trust us when we say there’s nothing old about the video resolution, ease of use and versatility of the HERO9.

Insta360 One R Twin Edition: Best Modular Design

Yes, it’s not a GoPro but it’s so good we had to add it.

Pros:

  1. Modular Design: Unique modular design for multiple shooting options.
  2. Build Quality: High quality build like GoPro, solid connection between parts.
  3. Waterproof: Waterproof to 5m, despite the modular design.
  4. Accessories: Comes with many accessories to expand its capabilities.
  5. Feature Rich App: App has tutorials, tips and social media integration.
  6. FlashCut Auto-Editing: FlashCut feature for auto editing.
  7. 360º Video: Excellent 360º video quality.
  8. Subject Tracking: Subject tracking and reframing for dynamic videos.
  9. Creative Effects: Stop motion and little planet mode.
  10. Deep App Integration: Deep integration with app for advanced settings and features.

Cons:

  1. Performance Variations: Performance will vary with different lens modules.
  2. Learning Curve: Many features means a learning curve for users.
  3. Premium Price: Priced higher than some others, will affect buying decision.
  4. Marketing Driven App: App content may be marketing driven, may overshadow core features.

The Insta360 One R Twin Edition is an action camera with a modular design, you can switch between different lens modules for different shooting scenarios. The 360 dual-lens module gives you a full 360º VR experience, high quality footage. 12MP still image capability, invisible selfie stick, Flash Cut auto-editing software, Timeshift, HDR, Night shot, Flow State image stabilization, reversible touch screen, waterproof up to 5m, point-to-track, 8x and 4x slow-motion, bullet time, 5.7K 360º video, voice control and Auto frame.

Easy to assemble, despite the modular design, the Insta360 One R feels solid and robust. Waterproof to 5m but a dive case is recommended for surfing and other water activities. Comes with many accessories like lens protection, tripods and battery bases to expand its capabilities. The Insta360 app is feature rich with user posts, tutorials and daily tips. FlashCut auto-editing software makes editing easy and a Premiere Pro plugin is available.

Not only the modular design impresses but also the performance. 360º video recording is easy to use with touchscreen navigation and direct upload to social media. The dual-lens module captures high quality footage, manages distortion, chromatic aberration and softening towards joins well. The standout feature is subject tracking and reframing, you can keep focus on a subject while exploring a full 360º view. Additional creative features like stop motion, little planet mode, Timeflip and Roll Planet adds more fun to the package.

Compared to other action cameras like GoPro Max, the Insta360 One R is more innovative, feature rich and has a more active community, so if you want a complete and creative action camera experience, this is the top choice. And the best part, if you use GoPro accessories like the GoPro chest mount for example, the mounting systems are compatible between the brands.

Essential GoPro Mounts for Mountain Biking

An image showcasing the best GoPro for mountain biking, the GoPro HERO9, mounted on a handlebar with a sturdy and adjustable mount.

To get the most dynamic and epic POV shots during your mountain biking adventures, you need the right GoPro mounts. Three essential GoPro mounts for mountain biking are helmet mounts, handlebar mounts and chest mounts. Each mount has its own benefits and perspectives, so you can get the perfect footage to make your ride memorable and epic. Sometimes you may also want to mount your action camera to your bike frame – there are mounting accessories for that too.

Helmet Mounts

Helmet mounts are the most secure and stable way to capture first person POV footage during your mountain biking adventures. There are various options available, visor mounts, adhesive mounts, chin mounts and the Pro Standard Grill Mount, so you can find the perfect helmet mount for you.

Each type of helmet mount has its pros and cons, so you need to choose the one that fits your mountain biking style and preference. For example, visor mounts are easy to install and adjust but has limited field of view, adhesive mounts are secure and stable but requires regular replacement of adhesive pads.

Handlebar Mounts

Handlebar mount allows you to see the trajectory and movement of the bike in the footage and easy access to camera controls during the mountain biking ride itself. It provides a unique view of the trail, captures the bike movement as you ride rough terrain and show off your biking skills. With the horizon lock feature, your footage will be stable and looks good.

When mounting your GoPro on handlebars, make sure to use a secure mount and adjust the angle of the camera to get the best balance between sky and ground. GoPro clamps and DJI mounts are popular options, they have rubber inserts between the clamp and the handlebar to prevent rattling, damage to the bike and the mount from slipping.

Chest Mounts

Chest mounts are great for mountain bikers who want a more immersive and dynamic view of their mountain bike adventures on the trail. By mounting the camera at chest level, you can get a lower perspective that shows the movement of the mountain bike and the terrain of the trail in a way that other mounts can’t.

The GoPro Chesty V2.0 is a popular GoPro chest mount, while third party options like the TELESIN Chest Strap Mount and the HSU Chest Harness also perform well and is versatile. Try out different chest mount options and you can find the perfect setup to capture your mountain biking adventures in the most epic way possible.

Tips for Mounting Your GoPro for the Best Footage

A mountain biker riding a mountain bike with a GoPro camera mounted on their chest

To get the best footage during your mountain biking adventures, you need to consider camera angle, stabilization and mounting location. Follow expert advice and try out different setups and you can find the perfect combination to make your mountain biking footage epic.

chest mount and cornering

For camera angle, consider the type of terrain you’ll be riding.

Camera Angle

The right camera angle can make a huge difference in the final output. 45 degrees is the recommended angle for most situations, it’s a balance between capturing the action and the rider’s perspective.

When using a chest mount, angle the camera up when going down and position it high on the chest area and you’ll get the perfect view of the action. Try out different camera angles and mount placements and you’ll find the best angle to capture your mountain biking adventures.

Note: wide angle will reduce the sensation of speed but allows more in the frame. Lens settings is often a matter of personal preference.

Stabilization

Make sure your GoPro is mounted and stabilized for smooth, shake free footage during your mountain biking ride. A mount specifically designed for mountain biking like helmet mounts, handlebar mounts or chest mounts can provide stability.

Proper camera placement is also important to minimize vibrations and movement while riding that will just make the footage shaky. Make sure the camera is mounted securely and the mount is sturdy and reliable. Take the time to stabilize your GoPro and you’ll get smooth, high quality footage of your mountain biking adventures.

Mounting Location

Choosing the right spot on your bike or body to mount your GoPro is important to get the desired perspective and minimal obstruction. Helmet and chest mounts provide a more immersive, hands free perspective that captures the rider’s experience. Handlebar mounts on the other hand provides a unique view of the trail and shows your biking skills as you ride rough terrain.

Try out different mounting locations and angles and you’ll find the perfect setup to capture your mountain biking adventures in the most epic way possible. By considering camera angle, stabilization and mounting location, you can get your GoPro footage to capture the thrill of the ride.

Must-Have GoPro Accessories for Mountain Biking

To get the most out of your mountain biking footage, you need to have the right accessories with you. From extra batteries to memory cards and protective cases, these must have items will make sure you’re always ready to capture your epic ride.

Having the right accessories with you will help you get the most out of your mountain biking footage.

Extra Batteries

A mountain biker riding a mountain bike with a GoPro camera mounted on their handlebar

Extra batteries is a must have for all day filming, so you never run out of power during your ride. The GoPro Enduro Battery and the official Dual Battery Charger is a great option for your GoPro HERO or MAX to keep it powered up and ready to capture every moment of your adventure. Having an extra battery with you also gives you peace of mind even when you don’t think you’ll need it.

To charge your extra batteries, use the official Dual Battery Charger, so you can charge two batteries at once. With extra batteries with you, you can focus on riding and capturing the action without worrying about running out of power.

Memory Cards

Fast and reliable memory cards is a must have for storing your GoPro footage. Brands like SanDisk is highly recommended, they offer microSD cards with plenty of storage capacity and fast read/write speed.

When choosing a memory card for your GoPro HERO or MAX, make sure it has enough storage capacity to handle your filming needs and is compatible with your camera model. By getting a high quality memory card, you can store your mountain biking footage safely and ready for editing and sharing.

Protective Cases

Protective cases is a must have for your GoPro or any action camera to keep it safe during your ride. Today’s cameras are built very tough but a good protective case will give your camera another layer of ruggedness as you ride rough trails and challenging terrain. Some popular protective case options are the Helmet Visor Mount and the Chest Mount, which provides secure mounting and protection for your GoPro during your ride.

Also the Casey LITE travel case is perfect for keeping your GoPro and accessories organized when you’re on the go. By getting a protective case, you can keep your GoPro safe and ready to capture all your mountain biking adventures.

Did You Know? The U.S. action camera market size accounted for USD 472.4 million in 2021 and is estimated to reach around USD 767.2 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 5.5% from 2023 to 2030.

Summary – Best GoPro for Mountain Biking

to capture the action of your mountain biking, you need the right GoPro, mounts and accessories. By choosing the right action camera for you, trying out different mounts and getting the must have accessories, you can create awesome footage of yourself and the trail.

Now that you have all the knowledge and tips, hit the trails and capture all the action of your mountain biking.

Frequently Asked Questions

What GoPro do mountain bikers use?

The GoPro HERO11 Black is for bikers of all levels with 5.3K video shooting, 27MP still photos and Emmy® Award-winning HyperSmooth 5.0 video stabilization.

This camera is designed to capture all the action no matter how fast or wild. It has features that makes it perfect for capturing the most epic moments on two wheels. With its advanced image stabilization, you can be sure your footage will be smooth and steady even when you’re riding rough terrain.

Is it the best action camera out there? No. But it’s not an old or outdated camera. It captures great footage and only a couple of cameras out perform it in any way.

Where do you mount a GoPro for mountain biking?

For the ultimate POV experience when mountain biking, the chest mount is the best option to let any action camera capture all the… action.

But you can also mount your GoPro on your helmet as long as you don’t cycle at high speeds where wind drag can be noticeable and become a distraction.

You can also get some great angles by mounting your action camera to your bike frame.

What are the essential GoPro mounts for mountain biking?

The action camera mounting trinity is helmet, handlebar and chest. These mounting locations allows your action camera to do its thing from multiple angles and perspectives.

What is the recommended camera angle for mountain biking footage?

Mount your action camera at 45 degrees and you’ll get the best angle!

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