Thanks Mucha, I agree with your all comments, especially that it's too long, I'm working at getting better at editing out long boring parts of people's butts. It's a little tough when 90 minutes of footage has to be cut down to 3-6 minutes, but I think adding in some variety and text/captions would definitely make a 6 min long video more enjoyable. I now have to find a fellow cyclist that is willing to get in front of the camera, which won't be easy to convince them.
I really try to make it as if there's a chronological order or story, but there really isn't much dialogue in my videos to express that. The main issue for that is, the camera is mounted on the bike and must be taken out of the waterproof case for any kind of interaction with the group. I will highly consider this since, as you mentioned, is something missing.
As for splicing audio/video. I wish I was using good software to do that. You can probably tell that I'm just using crappy Windows Movie Maker to easily split and cut the videos and add music. I'm not proud of it, but the user interface on it is fool proof.
I think I will consider buying a HTC RE, it's so much more handy to take out of my back pocket in the middle of the ride and take pics or a quick video. Taking out my cell phone, unlocking and finally getting to the camera, can be dangerous if road conditions all of a sudden change.