Inspired by this commute video I saw this morning, I was curious what it would look like if I recorded my full commute. I've tried it before with a helmet cam, but hadn't tried it with a fixed quasi-steady camera.
I took my cheap little Flip Ultra video camera, stuck it on the rear rack of my bike, and fastened it in place with a pair of bungee cords. It wasn't ideal, but should have been good enough, as long as I didn't wipe out or hit anything big.
I took the longer route home, climbing the big fracking hill at the south end of my home community. And Patrick Kelly joined me for the first part of the ride (you'll see him a minute or so into the video). The video is sped up - it was a 45 minute ride, compressed into under 9 and a half minutes. I gave up on fancy titles and music, so you get the raw (but time-compressed) version here: