I spent a week in the Alps, riding a rented BMW K1600GT motorcycle. This is the first of the mountain pass videos I shot. I think this video is probably the best demonstration, using this trip's video, of how well the SJ7 Star works on a motorcycle. The gyro function is particularly impressive, considering the roughness of the cobblestone road. For the most part, I let the music cover the wind noise and some bike noise. But, in this video, when I passed some cows wearing alpine bell, I brought up the audio from the internal mic. I think that worked pretty well for the circumstances. A note about the mechanics of shooting. The camera was mounted on the side of my helmet and moved as far forward as practical. A bit of the open visor is visible, but mostly the scene is how things look when riding. I used the SJCam app to check the video, aim the camera, and start and stop the camera. That worked well. Once I started the camera, usually leaving the hotel, I didn't stop the camera until I stopped for lunch or a similar stop. I used a 128 Gb microSD and an external battery. I could shoot for 4-5 hours before changing the battery pack. The 128 Gb card was good for about a day and a half of shooting. Still, I changed the card every night. The biggest issue I had was when the battery pack connection was loose. The camera shut down and, unless I watched my phone (not a good idea on a motorcycle), I had no way to know the camera wasn't recording. I lost video for three passes (two were back to back). Not a good thing.