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Old 06-21-2009, 11:12 PM   #21
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yeah souds like a good idea but i dont have the money to buy one..is it bad to try to learn on a 02 750 gixxer?
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Im suprised no one has said to gear it down -1 in the front or up +3 in the back, really helps with 2nd gear wheelies.

I think there easier since it will not come up as quick. ( old news BTW)
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Old 06-23-2009, 01:10 PM   #31
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don't go to ASI to learn..

don't practice on busy streets..

take your time and take it easy on the throttle. Don't be jerky with the throttle like you can be on a dirt bike. Wear your gear and don't ride over your head.. just practice and it will come.

i can't do slow wheelies.. yet.... but i can comfortably ride a good distance from 1st to 5th gear before i set it down. Knock on wood i havn't looped it. But take your time..

learn brake control on a 50 FTW
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Im suprised no one has said to gear it down -1 in the front or up +3 in the back, really helps with 2nd gear wheelies.

I think there easier since it will not come up as quick. ( old news BTW)
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I agree. I do 2nd gear clutch wheelies on my R1 and it's SO much better than a 1st gear power wheelie, those still scare me. I can't ride them very long yet, but I'm working on it. I read a lot on the forums and talked to many people before trying to clutch my 600RR I used to have. I clutched 1st gear, and scary as when you're learning. I think I want to get a pit bike for practice so I can get nasty on the R1 someday. Any tips for riding out the wheelies? I never use the back brake I try to use throttle to control wheelies, but after a while I let off too much and can't catch it...
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Old 06-24-2009, 11:06 AM   #34
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well in case u do fall wich is probably going to happen you will kill the gixxr i seen it happen a few times,you have to start from the ground up,it might sound dumb but a bmx bike has the same balance point as any motorcycle,get a bicicle if your serius about wheelieing you dont wana be the jackass wreckin power wheelies every where ..
thats a whole crock of , bicycles have a completely different balance point, its super low and leaned back
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I agree. I do 2nd gear clutch wheelies on my R1 and it's SO much better than a 1st gear power wheelie, those still scare me. I can't ride them very long yet, but I'm working on it. I read a lot on the forums and talked to many people before trying to clutch my 600RR I used to have. I clutched 1st gear, and scary as when you're learning. I think I want to get a pit bike for practice so I can get nasty on the R1 someday. Any tips for riding out the wheelies? I never use the back brake I try to use throttle to control wheelies, but after a while I let off too much and can't catch it...
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thats a whole crock of , bicycles have a completely different balance point, its super low and leaned back
ya but it does teach you balance and brake control

i think it's time....time for a free youtube release of 'how to wheelie' the right fscking way.
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i think it's time....time for a free youtube release of 'how to wheelie' the right fscking way.
you dont use your brakes really when doing a manual on a bicycle, i only put my brakes back on case i tore my a.c.l. and manualling a bicycle is all in your body nothing else,no throttle or anything
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you dont use your brakes really when doing a manual on a bicycle, i only put my brakes back on case i tore my a.c.l. and manualling a bicycle is all in your body nothing else,no throttle or anything
ok im talking about doing a wheelie on a bicycle,..yes i know what a manual is...but YOU CAN WHEELIE A BICYCLE..a 10 speed is easiest...i've seen it done
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