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As far as I know, there is not a built in system for this. Although, I did find an aftermarket system for select GoPro models from cam-do.com
Looks like the system utilities the back pack input connector. This set up looks a little pricey, but you may find it useful. Take a look.

By Andrew B. on June 17, 2015
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Yes it comes with all outdoor accessories that are: vented helmet strap, head strap, 2 curved + 2 flat surface adhesive mounts and a 3 way pivot arm. It comes with the vented and sealed backdoor. I had the same concern but trust the add you wont be desapointed.
By Josed ramirez on August 26, 2013
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It does not have a zoom. It is more geared towards wide shots. You can pick your format and that does change the width of the captured image, it's explained in the manual. There are 3 settings but they are not available in all modes. Full, Medium and Narrow Field of View, Full is 170 degrees (very wide), medium is … see more It does not have a zoom. It is more geared towards wide shots. You can pick your format and that does change the width of the captured image, it's explained in the manual. There are 3 settings but they are not available in all modes. Full, Medium and Narrow Field of View, Full is 170 degrees (very wide), medium is 127 degrees and narrow is 90 degrees. In the sales lit this is referred to as FOV or Field of View and that's essentially your zoom. see less It does not have a zoom. It is more geared towards wide shots. You can pick your format and that does change the width of the captured image, it's explained in the manual. There are 3 settings but they are not available in all modes. Full, Medium and Narrow Field of View, Full is 170 degrees (very wide), medium is 127 degrees and narrow is 90 degrees. In the sales lit this is referred to as FOV or Field of View and that's essentially your zoom.
By D Taylor on November 3, 2012
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Use a chest strap or helmet attachment for the very best video while skiing. Great for most all sport activity.
By Bill on December 13, 2013
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I sort of felt the same way. I would go for the hero 2 motorsports edition. You get more for your money and it seems clear that you know exactly what you want to use it for.
By Kenly Mendoza Montoya on July 23, 2013
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I believe 1yr manufacturer warranty, Refer to manufacturer website
http://gopro.com/support/articles/gopro-warranty

By Marvin on March 12, 2014
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I saw recommendations for the suction cup mount but be very careful where you put it on the bike and make sure to tether it to either yourself or the bike somehow. I lost a brand new hero2 on my first ride out using the suction cup mount so I don't trust it on a motorcycle, but I've seen it on others. Your call. But li… see more I saw recommendations for the suction cup mount but be very careful where you put it on the bike and make sure to tether it to either yourself or the bike somehow. I lost a brand new hero2 on my first ride out using the suction cup mount so I don't trust it on a motorcycle, but I've seen it on others. Your call. But like I said, tether system is HIGHLY recommended. see less I saw recommendations for the suction cup mount but be very careful where you put it on the bike and make sure to tether it to either yourself or the bike somehow. I lost a brand new hero2 on my first ride out using the suction cup mount so I don't trust it on a motorcycle, but I've seen it on others. Your call. But like I said, tether system is HIGHLY recommended.
By Ben Simpson on November 3, 2012