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Old 06-30-2008, 12:34 AM   #21
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Ok I got the front wheel to come up. I just took off and kept in 1st, womped on the throttle a little and it came up. I'll keep doing that until Im completed comfortable. Still looking for some live training though for you pros out there.
DANG in first and on a 1k u are asking for is try is in second gear

i always do mine in 3rd gear but i jerk my bike up and my left foot on the passenger peg
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Old 06-30-2008, 04:53 AM   #22
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thats a really bad wheelie video
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Old 06-30-2008, 08:03 AM   #23
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Dude romping on the throttle in 2nd or 3rd makes my bike stand straight up.

I have a 06 CBR 1000
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thats a really bad wheelie video
hahah at 4:08 they slowed it down like he was close to scraping or something...

and ya i heard nothing about BP or back brake in that video
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hahah at 4:08 they slowed it down like he was close to scraping or something...

and ya i heard nothing about BP or back brake in that video
he said something about it on the bicycle
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but not while on the bikes...lol he's just telling them to pop the clucth and be smooth with the throttle lol..hey you down to ride tonight? im in town
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but not while on the bikes...lol he's just telling them to pop the clucth and be smooth with the throttle lol..hey you down to ride tonight? im in town
uhhhhhhhhhhhhh possibly call me
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Old 07-03-2008, 02:12 AM   #28
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You mean I should leave first alone? Oh a poll. 1st or 2nd on a CBR 1000 '06? Someone had a link to a video that showed you should roll on in 1st and once you get that down start using the clutch in other gears.
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Another thing. When I come down sometimes the front tire isnt perfectly straight. The bike gives me a little wobble when I sit it down.
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1st is hard to control trying to wheelie cant predicked it to much gas and its over your not a stunter yet lol so 2nd or 3rd would be you best bet but who am i to say im drunk lol but thats what i would do (when im not drunk) lol all i can say is take it slow an easy dont try to hard you will get it
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You suggest try pop the clutch in 2nd or hit the throttle and power it up in 2nd?
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Slipp the clutch in 1st.
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Old 07-04-2008, 08:39 PM   #33
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Old 07-05-2008, 12:42 AM   #34
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Im in Pearland.
if you wanna learn to ride a proper wheelie without trashing your bike...buy a fiddy(honda 50cc dirt bike) and learn throttle control, body language, and the foot brake.

if not it will most likely take you longer to learn and possibly wreck your bike and injure yourself.

i tried to learn how to stunt ride on a 03 gsxr 600 and i destroyed the bike. i got a fiddy and joined HPD and now im decent in the lot.
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if you wanna learn to ride a proper wheelie without trashing your bike...buy a fiddy(honda 50cc dirt bike) and learn throttle control, body language, and the foot brake.

if not it will most likely take you longer to learn and possibly wreck your bike and injure yourself.

i tried to learn how to stunt ride on a 03 gsxr 600 and i destroyed the bike. i got a fiddy and joined HPD and now im decent in the lot.
I agree.

Furthermore, in 2nd, around 7 or 8k I think, my 06 1000rr pulls wheelies without any work except twisting the wrist. No yanking, no compressing..nothing. I dont even play with BP though. Not on the streets and not at those speeds. I am sure if I compressed and yanked a bit, I would be at BP in no time.

I like my fiddy! I can survive those crashes, and fix most things on the bike, with a hammer or pry bar!
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if you wanna learn to ride a proper wheelie without trashing your bike...buy a fiddy(honda 50cc dirt bike) and learn throttle control, body language, and the foot brake.

if not it will most likely take you longer to learn and possibly wreck your bike and injure yourself.

i tried to learn how to stunt ride on a 03 gsxr 600 and i destroyed the bike. i got a fiddy and joined HPD and now im decent in the lot.
Get something with a clutch! Fiddys are differnt but you can still learn from them.
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Old 07-05-2008, 10:40 AM   #38
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Get something with a clutch! Fiddys are differnt but you can still learn from them.
*sighs* people and there nonsense! lol

a fiddy is fine! and you can buy a clutch for $150 for it....the point of a fiddy is to LEARN throttle control, body langauge and side to side motions, and the IMPORTANT BACK FOOT BRAKE CONTROL!.

it took clayton a week to get it down on a fiddy and within three months i think he was asked to join the houston delinquent's

my point is, people dont credit a fiddy enough as a excellent tool for learning to wheelie.


do what you want, crash your 1000, but dont come crying here.
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