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Old 04-12-2012, 11:31 AM   #1
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Know any good places to practice wheelies?

I live in West Houston and can't find right now, where do u guys suggest?
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Old 04-12-2012, 11:56 AM   #2
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Nowhere! Whoolies are dangerous. you trying to parking lot stunt or just some road wheelies? Experts will have to inform you kn parking lots. If you just want some roads I suggest getting away from Houston and any road with traffic. Find you some back roads and have fun. Be careful out there.
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:15 PM   #6
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Where on westheimer?
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:21 PM   #7
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Dairy ashford between 10 and westheimer is good for wheelies
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:30 PM   #10
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I live near Katy and I tried the backroads but just to top my bike out
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pretty much anywhere on westheimer is great for this i also like west alabama and main street for thowing it up
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P.S. i have some worn down knee pucks you can buy from me. I hear it helps with wheelies and getting slimmies at PP1
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Ibtl, dude go out into the country and do them, or google shaw rd. off of Telge road
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Wherever you do wheelie, use some common sense.



-Drinking beer before said wheelies calms the adrenaline rush therefore giving you more focus and better bike control

-Helmets lightly hinder your ability to sense BP. No helmet = greater bike control

-1960 and 610 are good starting points due to one thing... . ... driving in cars next to you will be impressed when they see you throw down a wheelie. Knowing this will make you ride a better wheelie. Simple cause and effect.

-Mount a go-pro to your helmet to record your wheelie practice. You can learn from your mistakes and catch video of the who flashed their because you impressed them with your wheelies.







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Wherever you do wheelie, use some common sense.



-Drinking beer before said wheelies calms the adrenaline rush therefore giving you more focus and better bike control

-Helmets lightly hinder your ability to sense BP. No helmet = greater bike control

-1960 and 610 are good starting points due to one thing... . ... driving in cars next to you will be impressed when they see you throw down a wheelie. Knowing this will make you ride a better wheelie. Simple cause and effect.

-Mount a go-pro to your helmet to record your wheelie practice. You can learn from your mistakes and catch video of the who flashed their because you impressed them with your wheelies.







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PP1..

P.S. i have some worn down knee pucks you can buy from me. I hear it helps with wheelies and getting slimmies at PP1
The security there is cool too, they give dap when you ride wheelies in the lot

Btw don't listen to these guys telling you to do them on backroads. What if you crash? Do you know how long it will take for an ambulance to get there? You're better off doing wheelies in the city so you're close to a hospital

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Old 04-12-2012, 02:35 PM   #20
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If you're in Katy around the Tinseltown has low traffic open straight roads.
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