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Old 11-04-2007, 12:41 PM   #1
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i need some help guys i need to learn to wheelie

i got a gsx r 750 i wanna learn to wheelie any body wanna teach me ?
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Old 11-04-2007, 12:44 PM   #3
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i got a gsx r 750 i wanna learn to wheelie any body wanna teach me ?


sorry but we dont do wheelies here on motohouston.. too dangerous...j/k
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Old 11-04-2007, 12:44 PM   #4
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lol im doin somethin wrong not able to get this front end up
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Old 11-04-2007, 12:50 PM   #6
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lol im doin somethin wrong not able to get this front end up
with the 750 should go up easy... be careful that you dont get the front end in your face... ask clayton...he can tell ya..
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There are going to be a few schools of thought on this.
Some people will tell you to clutch it up.
Some people will tell you to throttle it up.
Some people will tell you to bounce/throttle it up.
Some people will tell you that wheelies are dumb and you need to take the MSF course.

I aint no wheelie expert, so Im not going to tell you how you should do it, but Ill tell you how you could do it.
Try putting it in first and getting rolling. Completely off the clutch. Run it up to about 35mph and close the throttle. This will shift your bikes weight forward and compress the front suspension. Right after you close the throttle and load up the front, then crack it back open. NOT TO THE STOP OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT. The front unloading and the throttle will bring the front end up rather gently. Start with baby steps. Little throttle inputs to see how the bike will react.

Now, remember. BABY STEPS!!!!
PUT ON ALL YOUR GEAR!! HELMET! JACKET! GLOVES! PROTECTIVE PANTS AND PROPER FOOTWEAR!


You'll probably drop the bike before you get good at wheeling.

Oh, and practice in parking lots, not on the street.
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Old 11-04-2007, 01:00 PM   #8
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yep.. what he ^^^^^^^^ said....
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thnks for the info ima definatly try that
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How to Wheelie a motorcycle

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spend some time in the Stunters Lounge portion of the forum. There are some talented guys here on MH, and from what I can gather, there are definitely a few of them that wouldnt mind inviting you out to one of their spots and showing you some pointers.
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thnks for the info ima definatly try that
Set the bike down light as you set the front end down give it a bit of gas or you may slam it down and mess up your forks

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