It comes with a handlebar mount. Bike video!
...but when I tried it out, the video played too fast and ran out of sync with the audio. I went through all the settings and tried everything I could think of to fix it, but nothing worked. It looked like a movie shot in the 1900s with a hand-cranked camera.
Pulled the SD card out and reformatted it. Pulled the battery from the camera, too. And then I recorded a video that was over 2 minutes long which didn't immediately run out of sync. Good!
It also came with a waterproof housing, good to 100 feet (supposedly) so I'm looking foward to seeing how that works.
Og didn't break the bank on the thing--I seem to recall he paid something like $30 for it--and after I expressed an interest in getting one he offered to let me have it, because (as stated above) he had no need for it. And I can use it for fun things!
Quick-and-dirty bike vid. I mounted it to a turn signal, which vibrates like crazy, so it's not very good quality even after YouTube removed the shakycam effect. Still, it's a start.