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Old 07-29-2006, 06:33 PM   #1
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rode a wheelie machine today!!!!!!!!!!!!

at republic harley davidson in sugarland they had a wheelie machine. it was awesome. i will post vid later. the guy said to get 4-5 people together and come to victoria for 125 a person. and ride all day till you get tired at his shop. i will get the # from my friend and post it.:icon_bigg
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125? pshh, wheelie your own bike!
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$125.. lol..
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if you are learning and dont want to f your bike up. thats the way to go. well for me it is. 125 is just a drop in the bucket. not that im rich by no means. but if it keeps me from jacking my stuff up its worth it
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if you are learning and dont want to f your bike up. thats the way to go. well for me it is. 125 is just a drop in the bucket. not that im rich by no means. but if it keeps me from jacking my stuff up its worth it
very true...

Would have been good for me in my case :eh:
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i was told that the wheelie machine is nothing like a real wheelie.... not sure though... but anyhow it looks like alot of fun...
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if you are learning and dont want to f your bike up. thats the way to go. well for me it is. 125 is just a drop in the bucket. not that im rich by no means. but if it keeps me from jacking my stuff up its worth it
yea i learnd the hard way:BangHead:
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does it feel the same as wheeling a real bike?
nvm dont answer that..
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I thought that machine was sad. just my opinion though. I woudlnt ride it for free much less pay 125.
did it cost anything today? I saw a couple people on it, he didnt really get much attention today.
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$125 !!!! pay me $125 and you can wheelie my stunt bike all day
yeah, but yours isn't guaranteed not to go all the way over.
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I thought that machine was sad. just my opinion though. I woudlnt ride it for free much less pay 125.
did it cost anything today? I saw a couple people on it, he didnt really get much attention today.
yup ... looked lame and out of place at a harley/ tat get together
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125$ is worth it not to drop your bike but by no means does wheelieing the bike on the machine mean you can wheelie your bike.
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they were prolly trying to convert cruisers
its pretty easy.. i just let my dad ride my bike.. and he was amazed at the power...

hes just too short... and has back problems.. otherwise he said hed get one lol

his harles farely light.. and lowered..
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