Shooting pictures while driving motorcycle gives nice results, but is a dangerous task when done by hand. Hands-off driving on a curvy road and looking through the view-finder of a camera at the same time is a tricky thing to do. Therefore I was looking for a better way to do it - and I found one.
The more tricky part is how to actually take a picture. I solved this by modifying the little remote control, which is available for my camera. I opened the remote control device and cut out the infrared LED. Before closing it again, I soldered cables to the old connections of the infrared LED and to the contacts of the the remote control's button. On the other ends of the cables I again fixed the infrared LED and a little pushbutton. The LED can then be placed somewhere at the handlebar of the motorcycle in front of the camera. The pushbutton can be placed somewhere you can reach it with any of your fingers while keeping your hands at their normal riding position. The remote control can be stored somewhere, for example in a tank bag.
With this configuration you can easily take pictures while riding. Just sit on your bike, switch on your camera and off you go. But be aware, that most camers nowadays automatically switch off after a while.