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Old 02-14-2008, 11:55 AM   #21
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try learning on a dirtbike first... it wont cost as much when you backflip the out of it
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Old 02-14-2008, 11:58 AM   #22
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Old 02-14-2008, 02:48 PM   #23
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Jody Hudson comes through with the best advice.

when u come visit 07cbr guy in friendswood. let me know, i'd like to watch you learn.



if you REALLY wanna learn how to wheelie. and do it RIGHT. shoot me a pm with ur number and keep in touch. i'll be going out hopefully late next week for a night and i'll bring u out to watch and learn.

or search how to wheelie on youtube and watch the long video (10 minutes ish)
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Jody Hudson comes through with the best advice.

when u come visit 07cbr guy in friendswood. let me know, i'd like to watch you learn.



if you REALLY wanna learn how to wheelie. and do it RIGHT. shoot me a pm with ur number and keep in touch. i'll be going out hopefully late next week for a night and i'll bring u out to watch and learn.

or search how to wheelie on youtube and watch the long video (10 minutes ish)
Don't you live near scootertrash? If so, we're very close. I'm in between you guys and the Wally world/sams complex. Hope to meet/ride with ya'll soon.
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btw... incase u didn't catch my drift in my 1st post, and you decide to go do it on ur own or learn from people that don't really know what they are doing. do this to save urself some heartache, backache, walletache, and bikeache.

if u want to do freeway (or street) wheelies, do it in 2nd gear and use the clutch it up method. keep ur ****ing foot on the back brake!!!. if it feels like ur going to fall back, mash that brake!!!! and stay on the bike. even if you hit your tail on the pavement, that don't mean you have to hit the pavement. mash that ****ing brake and keep riding. worry about a new tail after you learn to be consistant with you wheelies.

and if u want to do slow (parkinglot) wheelies. learn on a dirtbike, because learning the back brake good enough to do that , it isn't easy.
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Don't you live near scootertrash? If so, we're very close. I'm in between you guys and the Wally world/sams complex. Hope to meet/ride with ya'll soon.
ya, tim is my neighbor

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Old 02-14-2008, 03:34 PM   #28
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i have a dirtbike you can learn on. several people have learned to wheelie on it, and others have learned to ride on it. there's dirt fields near my house, and I live in pearland also. I have a few dirt bikes if we want to get a group together. Also I can give you some instruction, but my best advice is RIDE MY (or someone's) DIRTBIKE ON DIRT TO LEARN.

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get cha a 50, or someone to let you use one, so you can get over that "oh--i'm-about-to-loop-it" feeling and then you can see what Balance point actually feels like
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