Again, I don't have a lanyard attached, but there's no way I'm going to risk losing my camera and my five or ten dollar camera mount to a hard bump. I think the trickiest part will be determining the best place to attach the other end of the cord. Since my velomobile is composed of hard, flat, non-porous surfaces, I have great flexibility in mounting my cameras. I'll be shooting, literally, for those "Top Gear" angles of the wheels spinning, making turns, taking fast corners, perhaps a hard bump now and then, but not intentionally!
The other instructable, which I could not find, used larger suction cups and simply drilled and bolted through the handle. This little dinky suction cup would too easily fracture if I had drilled. I can also easily remove the mount and the suction cup is as-new. It means I can also buy a replacement and bolt it on should the rubber dry out on this one.