This is a camera mount that uses the rear pocket of your cycling jersey.
The grey section (a piece of PVC pipe) slides tightly in the rear pocket of your jersey. The metal strip acts like a clip and secures the camera.
If your cycling technique is good and you're not sprinting, your pelvis is fairly stable and this simple device will produce surprisingly clear pictures. Provided that your cycling jersey fits well (= tight).
It costs almost nothing and weighs slightly more than a Mars bar.
*** UPDATE ****: now ready available at www.cameraclip.eu !!!
Step 1: What do you need?
* A PVC pipe, diameter 125 mm (4,9 inch)
* The casing of an old CD player (or Tuner or computer, just as long as the metal is thick enough).
* 2 bolts and nuts, 4 mm thread (0,16 inch).
* A cycling jersey that fits well (tight).
* A camera with interval setting.
Step 2: The PVC pipe
Measure the size of the pocket of your jersey. Cut the PVC pipe to the appropriate length and width so that it will fit firmly in the rear pocket. In general a length of 15 cm (5,9 inch) and width of 11 cm (4,3 inch) will be quite right. Note that due to the curvature, the largest part of the pocket is still available for stashing your goodies.
Smooth the edges of the pipe. Trim the pipe to a slender shape (optional).
Step 3: The metal strip
Picture 1 & 2
Take the casing of the CD player and set out the dimensions of the camera. Account for a fairly long strip (it can be cut to the appropriate length later). The length of the strip is at least 13 cm (5,1 inch), width is 25 mm (1 inch).
Cut the camera support and strip. Drill the hole for the camera screw (6mm thread, 1/4 inch) and drill two holes (4mm).