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Old 09-08-2005, 05:41 PM   #41
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Re: Knee in the seat

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well I just read the article in the how to do wheelies section and I got a lot of great info from there...now tje part I have a question about is the balance point to ride a long wheelie.....from the people I talked to...i heard that the balance point on an 05 R6 is at almost 12 o'clock.....but don..for yall that no him(04 blue R1) whenever he drives his wifes 05 R6, he says he'll hold those wheelies up witjh no prob and doesn't really notice the balance point.....so I think I'm gonna go and practice with him a bit too see if I can get some pointers....
Wrd Don is another HD rider while your at it ask him to teach you how to roll a stoppie on the freeway
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Old 09-08-2005, 08:00 PM   #42
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Re: Knee in the seat

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well I just read the article in the how to do wheelies section and I got a lot of great info from there...now tje part I have a question about is the balance point to ride a long wheelie.....from the people I talked to...i heard that the balance point on an 05 R6 is at almost 12 o'clock.....but don..for yall that no him(04 blue R1) whenever he drives his wifes 05 R6, he says he'll hold those wheelies up witjh no prob and doesn't really notice the balance point.....so I think I'm gonna go and practice with him a bit too see if I can get some pointers....
yea you can ride them out not at bp but the more you can hold it at bp the longer you can go at one steady speed.... yea i have seen don ride wheelies. that foo rides them for miles.
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Old 09-08-2005, 08:01 PM   #43
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Re: Knee in the seat

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well I just read the article in the how to do wheelies section and I got a lot of great info from there...now tje part I have a question about is the balance point to ride a long wheelie.....from the people I talked to...i heard that the balance point on an 05 R6 is at almost 12 o'clock.....but don..for yall that no him(04 blue R1) whenever he drives his wifes 05 R6, he says he'll hold those wheelies up witjh no prob and doesn't really notice the balance point.....so I think I'm gonna go and practice with him a bit too see if I can get some pointers....
Wrd Don is another HD rider while your at it ask him to teach you how to roll a stoppie on the freeway
yea...i remember he did that once on hwy 6 towards clay....screw that.....i rather do them when coming to a stop......boy don is just nutz
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Old 09-08-2005, 08:11 PM   #44
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Re: Knee in the seat

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well I just read the article in the how to do wheelies section and I got a lot of great info from there...now tje part I have a question about is the balance point to ride a long wheelie.....from the people I talked to...i heard that the balance point on an 05 R6 is at almost 12 o'clock.....but don..for yall that no him(04 blue R1) whenever he drives his wifes 05 R6, he says he'll hold those wheelies up witjh no prob and doesn't really notice the balance point.....so I think I'm gonna go and practice with him a bit too see if I can get some pointers....
Wrd Don is another HD rider while your at it ask him to teach you how to roll a stoppie on the freeway
yea...i remember he did that once on hwy 6 towards clay....screw that.....i rather do them when coming to a stop......boy don is just nutz

hahah yea some ppl just dont give a lol
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