No. The plastic I print in is strong enough for anything the camera mount should experience. The reasoning is that if you impact anything something will have to break to absorb the force from the impact. The options are: the camera, the camera mount, your helmet or your face. Clearly we don't want to break your face and breaking the helmet puts the face at risk. The mount is the cheapest in the equation and if it breaks you might still recover your camera. It is however worth noting that the far most likely situation is that an impact dislodges the camera mount and it then snaps back into position. The plastic will become weaker at high temperatures so don't leave it in your car in the sun for too long as it might deform.