If you’re an all-action BMX cyclist (or whatever the rad name for those gnarly dudes is nowadays), chances are you won’t be shooting much video while zooming off ramps or trundling down hillsides. Not unless you’re marvellous at riding no-handed, anyway.
However, if you’d like footage of your adventures, Oregon Scientific’s Action Camera is well worth a look. It’s a digital videocam that you can mount on your helmet or handlebars, and captures 640×480-resolution video leaving your hands free to, well, steer.
Footage is recorded onto SD cards, so stick a 2GB one inside, and you’re away. It connects to your PC or TV, is splash-proof, and runs of two AA batteries. Worth £99.95 of anyone’s money. As long as you’re into biking, of course.