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Old 08-12-2005, 10:31 PM   #21
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Re: Balance Point

PROPS ON LEARNING TO CLUTCH WHEELIES!!!* now learnig balance point is scary, but fun. try puting our left foot on the back peg and right on the front peg, now stand up and clutch that . that way is more controled and it is easier to feel ur balance point because it lowers th bp!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! right: keep up the good work. one day u will lose the* :newbie: title. i have much faith in u young skywalker.
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PROPS ON LEARNING TO CLUTCH WHEELIES!!!* now learnig balance point is scary, but fun. try puting our left foot on the back peg and right on the front peg, now stand up and clutch that . that way is more controled and it is easier to feel ur balance point because it lowers th bp!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! right: keep up the good work. one day u will lose the* :newbie: title. i have much faith in u young skywalker.
Haha... Thanks... By the way my last name is Walker, haha... Anyhow... How high is balance point on a normal stand up, both feet in the normal pegs? Like, 50, 60, 70 degrees? Just askin' for a generality...
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Imagine a clock. Balance point is about 11 o'clock.
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Old 08-15-2005, 01:43 PM   #24
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if ur clock hits the 1:00 am, it will be too late
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if ur clock hits the 1:00 am, it will be too late
12:05 u might be able to bring it back in, 12:15 might be time go to go bed.
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if ur clock hits the 1:00 am, it will be too late
12:05 u might be able to bring it back in, 12:15 might be time go to go bed.
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^ better hope shes not big
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Old 08-15-2005, 03:02 PM   #29
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:laughing6: :laughing6: LOL I really need to get back out on the bike and try some staggards.
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:laughing6: :laughing6: LOL I really need to get back out on the bike and try some staggards.

I was out practicing earlier and what do you know, it starting pooring down raining. I got SOAKED! That sucked. lol
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:laughing6: :laughing6: LOL I really need to get back out on the bike and try some staggards.

I was out practicing earlier and what do you know, it starting pooring down raining.* I got SOAKED!* That sucked.* lol
how u commin along? i think i should get back to praticing u prob out pro me now.
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how u commin along? i think i should get back to praticing u prob out pro me now.
been really busy lately so havent got to do a whole lot of practicing. I can get it up pretty high but just can't keep it up as long as I would like. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't. When the weather clears up, I'm going to do some more practicing. :biggthumpup:
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cool.

im into stoppies now.
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cool.

im into stoppies now.
I won't even try that. Afraid to fly over the bars. :icon_smile:
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Old 08-15-2005, 04:27 PM   #35
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yea i have been real busy this past week and havent got any riding in I need to go practice.
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IT ALL DEPENDS ON THE BIKE HONDA AND SUZUKI BP IS ABOUT 11 O CLOCK KAW IS ABOUT 11:15 YAMAHA IS THE HIGHEST AT ABOUT 11:30-
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hey r6racer can you hook it up on some tires? :dontknow: I need a set :biggthumpup:
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Re: Balance Point

not to good at either wheelie or stoppie, my first wheelie ended in a crash and slowed me down a lot but getting back into the feel of things and getting better slowly, still need to find that damned BP. I hate being a newbie. Stoppie's freak the out of me. I have been able to do it a couple of times, just need to learn break control. And need to get use to the feel of it. Plus the fact that my rear tire is now showing threads does not help much. Anyone able to hook a bro up on a good set of tires at a good price.
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yeah i can hook up tires. what brand and what size.
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yeah i can hook up tires. what brand and what size.
right now i have stock wheels on '03 R6
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Not to sure :dontknow: on what brand I want, but looking for something good that I can race and practice stunting. Even looking at maybe a different size. Need ideas if anyone has some. :biggthumpup:
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