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Old 12-11-2008, 02:47 PM   #21
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to each their own .. this sport still has a long way to go ..i think
for sure...., 5 years ago sit down coasters were the sh*t!!!! No doubt it will still develop, but one would think you'd run out of tricks eventually

and what kind of bike was that....a 1984 Honda enduro?
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Old 12-11-2008, 02:51 PM   #22
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for sure...., 5 years ago sit down coasters were the sh*t!!!! No doubt it will still develop, but one would think you'd run out of tricks eventually

and what kind of bike was that....a 1984 Honda enduro?
yeah them euro's dont care about looks them fools will stunt any and everything .. well thats thing right when you think you got all the tricks someone comes out of left field wit some shyt that would make your eyes fall out and bungee back into your head
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Old 12-11-2008, 02:51 PM   #23
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I have a 200c dirt bike my buddy Kris and I are building using a RM85 chassis and Lifan 200cc four wheeler motor, four speed, WITH REVERSE. The motor is in the chassis, all mounts finished, frame strengthened, bodywork modified. All that's left is fabricating an exhaust, a swingarm spacer, hooking up the wiring, rebuilding the forks, and powdercoating all the hard parts. We're 90% of the way done.

I got the motor because they were only $199, versus $375 for a normal XR200 replica five speed 200cc. It's reverse down, neutral up, then 1-2-3-4 up. I'm sure I'll have some funny stories to tell about starting in reverse by accident! End result will be similar to this, but 200cc, not 100cc:

FIRST EVER switch back circle wheelie


I jokingly hope to be the first person to ever wheelie / stoppie in reverse. Once I get riding backwards down, it's just a matter of doing a stoppie using the back brake, then modulating with throttle to ride it out. Too much gas and you "unloop" it. Too much brake and it loops on top of you. Just like a stoppie.

Once that is down, it's time for transitions. None of that goofy hopping around on the bike all the stunters love. I want to try going at slower speeds and "locking up" the back wheel using throttle in reverse, come to a stop doing a backwards burnout, transition to rolling in reverse, doing a reverse stoppie with the back brake, then wheelie in reverse gear at BP, go under BP using the brake to come to a stop, hit first gear when almost stopped, and transition to a first gear forward wheelie without ever letting the front wheel down.

I know it's possible, but I'll never have the skills to do it. Anyone wanna try?
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I have a 200c dirt bike my buddy Kris and I are building using a RM85 chassis and Lifan 200cc four wheeler motor, four speed, WITH REVERSE. The motor is in the chassis, all mounts finished, frame strengthened, bodywork modified. All that's left is fabricating an exhaust, a swingarm spacer, hooking up the wiring, rebuilding the forks, and powdercoating all the hard parts. We're 90% of the way done.

I got the motor because they were only $199, versus $375 for a normal XR200 replica five speed 200cc. It's reverse down, neutral up, then 1-2-3-4 up. I'm sure I'll have some funny stories to tell about starting in reverse by accident! End result will be similar to this, but 200cc, not 100cc:

FIRST EVER switch back circle wheelie


I jokingly hope to be the first person to ever wheelie / stoppie in reverse. Once I get riding backwards down, it's just a matter of doing a stoppie using the back brake, then modulating with throttle to ride it out. Too much gas and you "unloop" it. Too much brake and it loops on top of you. Just like a stoppie.

Once that is down, it's time for transitions. None of that goofy hopping around on the bike all the stunters love. I want to try going at slower speeds and "locking up" the back wheel using throttle in reverse, come to a stop doing a backwards burnout, transition to rolling in reverse, doing a reverse stoppie with the back brake, then wheelie in reverse gear at BP, go under BP using the brake to come to a stop, hit first gear when almost stopped, and transition to a first gear forward wheelie without ever letting the front wheel down.

I know it's possible, but I'll never have the skills to do it. Anyone wanna try?
Can I ride it??????????Please.
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Old 12-11-2008, 03:12 PM   #26
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I have a 200c dirt bike my buddy Kris and I are building using a RM85 chassis and Lifan 200cc four wheeler motor, four speed, WITH REVERSE. The motor is in the chassis, all mounts finished, frame strengthened, bodywork modified. All that's left is fabricating an exhaust, a swingarm spacer, hooking up the wiring, rebuilding the forks, and powdercoating all the hard parts. We're 90% of the way done.

I got the motor because they were only $199, versus $375 for a normal XR200 replica five speed 200cc. It's reverse down, neutral up, then 1-2-3-4 up. I'm sure I'll have some funny stories to tell about starting in reverse by accident! End result will be similar to this, but 200cc, not 100cc:

FIRST EVER switch back circle wheelie


I jokingly hope to be the first person to ever wheelie / stoppie in reverse. Once I get riding backwards down, it's just a matter of doing a stoppie using the back brake, then modulating with throttle to ride it out. Too much gas and you "unloop" it. Too much brake and it loops on top of you. Just like a stoppie.

Once that is down, it's time for transitions. None of that goofy hopping around on the bike all the stunters love. I want to try going at slower speeds and "locking up" the back wheel using throttle in reverse, come to a stop doing a backwards burnout, transition to rolling in reverse, doing a reverse stoppie with the back brake, then wheelie in reverse gear at BP, go under BP using the brake to come to a stop, hit first gear when almost stopped, and transition to a first gear forward wheelie without ever letting the front wheel down.

I know it's possible, but I'll never have the skills to do it. Anyone wanna try?
i cant see the pic because its hosted in photobucket but what you said sounds cool but kinda confusing ... and just practice dont ever say you cant do something

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Old 12-14-2008, 09:43 AM   #27
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i can do reverse stoppies on my dads four wheeler.

thats pretty sweet though. i wanna see juice do them on the 50, then i'll try them on the f4i.
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