GoPro Quik: Biking in the North Cascades

Last week PRW’s own Dave Goulet participated in the first day of a four day bike ride from Anacortes to Spokane. The first day of the ride followed North Cascades Highway 20 from Fidalgo Island to Diablo Lake. With a HERO5 Session and the GoPro Quik iPhone App Dave made this edit:

Dave’s notes and tips:

  • Record short clips
    • Aim for 30seconds or less, unless it is something super notable. This will make editing easier, your video more compelling and less tedious. (You may have spent 8hours in the saddle but your viewer doesn’t want to.)
  • Different Perspectives
    • When possible make every edit point a change in POV (point of view)
      • For example: Handlebar mount > handheld > Handlebar mount
      • Or even better – record using multiple cameras
    • This breaks up the shots to keep the viewer entertained.
    • Don’t fret too hard on this, Quik will help with edit styles when viewpoints don’t change (See above: the tunnel section)
    • Don’t be afraid to hold the camera in your mouth.
      • Yes, it is a little gross, and be careful not to crash or drop it, but it gives a good POV and stabilizes the camera quite well.
  • Use the Quik App
    • It makes editing a breeze and can compress files to make posting to Instagram or Facebook easier as well as emailing a link to friends and family.
  • Bring more GoreTex
    • OK, that has more to do with cycling in the Pacific Northwest in September, but it is always a good tip.


  • Shot on a HERO5 Session
  • Shot in 1080P @ 30 FPS
  • Video Stabilization: ON
  • Mounts used:
    • Pro Handlebar / Seatpost / Pole Mount
    • Handheld
    • In mouth
    • Set on ground
  • Edited in GoPro Quik iPhone App
  • Quik Style: Grammy
  • Song: Sunset Lover – Petit Biscuit
  • Distance biked: 89.8 miles
  • Elevation gained: 3,196 feet

GoPro: Fast-Charging and Power


Stay focused on the action with GoPro’s fast and smart charging accessories. For epic days that won’t quit, the Supercharger, Dual Battery Charger, and Portable Power Pack let you capture more action with less charging time.

As always, happy capturing!

GoPro: Get Started with QuikStories

Last week GoPro made it easier than ever before to get edits of your adventures. QuikStories does the work for you. Check out the video below to get the most out of your HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session with QuikStories.



Get your QuikStories on!

Learn how to get up and running with QuikStories—the easiest way to transform your HERO5 footage into awesome videos. Spend less time creating your story… and more time living it.

To learn more about QuikStories and download the app at:

Check out the full story on The Inside Line:…

GoPro: Introducing QuikStories


Remember that birthday party/vacation/adventure where you captured a ton of awesome GoPro footage…but it’s still sitting on your SD card because you haven’t had the hours/energy/tools to make an edit? Well, it’s time to free your footage using QuikStories–a new mobile experience for HERO5 cameras that creates awesome video edits for you, automatically.

Available as of yesterday on iOS and Android, QuikStories automatically pulls footage and creates ready-to-share videos on your phone, complete with music, filters and effects. “It’s a game changer,” says GoPro Founder and CEO, Nick Woodman, and we know he’s right. QuikStories makes it as easy to create and share videos as it is to capture them.

Watch below to learn more about how QuikStories works and how you can get started making amazing GoPro videos in just one tap, and keep reading for the full press release.


Tell Your Story in One Tap with GoPro QuikStories

New GoPro App Pulls Footage from Your GoPro and
Creates Awesome Videos, Automatically

SAN MATEO, Calif. – (July 27, 2017) – Sharing cool experiences is now easy thanks to QuikStories – a new GoPro app feature that automatically pulls footage from a HERO5 camera and creates ready-to-share videos on your phone.  QuikStories are polished, shareable videos featuring customizable music, filters, and effects.

“QuikStories is our biggest leap forward since the invention of the GoPro itself,” says GoPro founder and CEO, Nicholas Woodman.  “QuikStories is the simple storytelling solution our customers have been dreaming about for years.  It’s an absolute game changer.”

Making a QuikStory is as simple as pairing a HERO5 camera to your phone and launching the GoPro app. Then kick back as the app automatically copies your most recent GoPro footage to your phone and creates an exciting video for you.

Customizing a QuikStory is also easy.  Add text, slow motion and speed effects, change filters and music, adjust the total video length and more.  Additionally, any footage on your phone can be added to a QuikStory video.

QuikStories is now available for HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session users. To get started, download the new GoPro app from the Apple App Store or Google Play.

GoPro: Tour de France 2017

This weekend marked the end of the 2017 Tour de France. Get an inside look of the final stage with GoPro.



Tour de France 2017 – Stage 21

Dylan Groenewegen claimed the eighth bunch sprint victory of the 104th Tour de France as he outclassed André Greipel who concludes the Tour de France without a stage win for the first time. Delivering LottoNL-Jumbo’s second victory after Primoz Roglic in Serre-Chevalier and the fiftieth for the Dutch squad since they first participated in the Tour in 1984, he’s the first Dutchman to win on the Champs-Elysées since Jean-Paul van Poppel in 1988. Chris Froome was declared the overall winner for the fourth time.


You can re-live every stage of the the 2017 Tour with the teams and riders thanks to GoPro. Check out the highlights of every stage below:



GoPro: Unicycling Around Chile

Tomorrow marks the start of the 2017 Tour de France. What better way to honor the greatest race on two wheels than to show what you can do when you only have one.

Follow Lutz as he shreds the mountain sides of Chile on his, very unique, mode of transportation.

Shot 100% on the HERO® cameras

GoPro: Chuck Patterson Skis Giant Wave at Jaws

Chuck Patterson takes a different approach, ditches the surfboard and grabs his skis to conquer the famous surf spot known as Jaws.

Shot 100% on the HERO® cameras

This was filmed with: GoPro Chesty, Surfboard Mount, and The Handler.

Visit your local GoPro retailer to get the best mounts for your next adventure.