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Old 04-27-2005, 11:04 AM   #1
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How to Steer a Wheelie

If your doing a stand up and want to learn to steer a wheelie you turn your handle bars in the opposite direction that you wanna go it will force your bike to go to the other side but beware on the landing cuase you will get serious headshake or even tank slappers if you land and your front wheel is not straight. You can also experiment with putting more weight on one leg more than the other but for the peeps that wanna start taking there wheelies a little longer that will help you lot.
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Old 04-28-2005, 02:42 PM   #2
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Re: How to Steer a Wheelie

Yea the steering wheel turn works, but's it's scary as when coming down sometimes. I either use wieght transfer or contersteering.
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Re: How to Steer a Wheelie

I'm never up long enough to steer. :(
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Old 04-29-2005, 03:15 PM   #4
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Re: How to Steer a Wheelie

i cant even make a wheelie,, how do i wheelie
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i cant even make a wheelie,, how do i wheelie
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i cant even make a wheelie,, how do i wheelie
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thanks, im gonna try it out one day.
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shutup foo!... ;D
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thanks for the good advice, im going to try this next time i go to the lot
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im going to try this next time i go to the lot. Thanks for the good the good advice.
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How about steering a sit down?
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dip it behind balance point, and if you wanna go right, fart to the left
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ok i think i got it all figured out...thanks PROdigy, hopefully i'll see ya at 'for lease' today
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