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Old 04-29-2012, 08:23 PM   #1
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Love to do a wheelie

If there is any advise out there on the wheelies, feel free to let me know, other than the fact I'm in shorts and my tanktop. Got the lid on though, besides I was in front of my house so my wife can catch a pic for me. I think they are pretty cool. Grown up here and there riding some dirt some three wheelers, four wheelers. Always messed around doing small short wheelies. Then I had a bike when I was younger that I could do wheelies with for a short distance. Now I have this new bike and more power. Getting a little better at it but any adise would be cool.
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Is that what I would be doing frequently if I do that?
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Now I have this new bike and more power. Getting a little better at it but any adise would be cool.
Not so much about power, more about balance.
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but any adise would be cool.
Wear your gear and don't get caught. They very likely will take you to jail.

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well, you already know about needing more gear, that should be a pretty high priority, lol.

you also probably want to cut out 'wheelie practice' on a street like that (and right in front of your house, too!) people that live there probably aren't going to appreciate it too much.

for the advice part of your question, this topic has had as much coverage as the OJ trial in '95. just do a search.
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Thx for all input, yes gear is on the priority list.
Was just doing a little pop up for the neighbour kids. You won't see me doing that stuff on the roads. I do okay on short pop ups, the balance is good. Im pretty good at making sure my front tire is aligned when I land.
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Thx for all input, yes gear is on the priority list.
Was just doing a little pop up for the neighbour kids. You won't see me doing that stuff on the roads. I do okay on short pop ups, the balance is good. Im pretty good at making sure my front tire is aligned when I land.
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