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post #31 of 119 Old 07-21-2016, 09:07 PM
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Totally worth it so that you can provide amusement for some tool on the side of the road.
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i HAVE LEARNED ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WHATSOEVER FROM WATCHING "HOW TO" WHEELIE VIDEOS I MEAN 10 MIN TO SAY PULL IN CLUTCH BLIP THROTTLE RELEASE CLUTCH WHILE COVERING REAR BRAKE FOR CLUTCHUPS DONE….
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Did you learn more from the written word on how to do it? If so, I stand corrected.

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Did you learn more from the written word on how to do it? If so, I stand corrected.

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wELL BRO FIRST OFF YOU MAY BE CORRECT FOR SOMEBODY OR MAYBE EVEN YOURSELF DIFFERENT THINGS WORK FOR DIFFERENT PEOPLE I JUST LEARNED BY PRACTICING TRIAL AND ERROR THAT IS JUST MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE I DONT SEE HOW WATCHING HOW TO VIDEOS COULD BE A LIABILITY BUT MORE OF AN ASSET IF ANYTHING JUST DID NOTHING FOR ME PERSONALLY…

DO YOU WHEELIE JIMUNDA ? U SHOULD JUMP ON BOARD WITH US BRO ITS A GREAT RUSH AND CAN BE A LITTLE SCAREY (FOR ME ANYWAYS) WHICH IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE FEELINGS IN THE WORLD

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I wheelie on the track going up a hills, but that's about it. Even then, it's not that I'm trying to wheelie. I want my wheels on the ground as much as possible. Every second my front wheel is in the air I'm going slower than I want to go.

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I wheelie on the track going up a hills, but that's about it. Even then, it's not that I'm trying to wheelie. I want my wheels on the ground as much as possible. Every second my front wheel is in the air I'm going slower than I want to go.

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nICE I HAVE NEVER HIT A TRACK OR THE TWISTS BUT I HEARD IT IS THE SHIT !

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I'll bet if you ever hit the twisties, learning to ride a wheelie would not be your main focus anymore. Getting around the turns with some speed and grace would become your new addiction. Both are fun but the wheelie thing costs a bunch if not done properly. I saw a guy three weeks ago wheelie his Cbr1000 and run into the back of his friend on a Rsv4. The Cbr looked totalled. Action at "The Snake" . The kind you don't want to be involved in.
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I'll bet if you ever hit the twisties, learning to ride a wheelie would not be your main focus anymore. Getting around the turns with some speed and grace would become your new addiction. Both are fun but the wheelie thing costs a bunch if not done properly. I saw a guy three weeks ago wheelie his Cbr1000 and run into the back of his friend on a Rsv4. The Cbr looked totalled. Action at "The Snake" . The kind you don't want to be involved in.
tHAT IS WHAT I HEAR AND I CONCUR I HAVE ALREADY TOTALED 2 NINJAS THIS IS MY 3rd

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Damn, sounds crazy. Maybe a dirtbike is in your future. Super easy to wheelie. Plus it doesn't cost you a bunch when you make a mistake . Play safe young buck
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Just so you're aware....

I've heard horror stories about sliders bending the frame during accidents. They're great if you drop your bike at a standstill, but if you're moving fast that could turn out bad.

I'm not sure what everyone else's opinions are of frame sliders, but they may not help at speed.
I've also heard if they catch dirt, it may send you're bike into a tumble. And the rider with it if they still happen to be hanging on. Its all hearsay so I have no idea if its true. Its plausible in my mind though.
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Damn, sounds crazy. Maybe a dirtbike is in your future. Super easy to wheelie. Plus it doesn't cost you a bunch when you make a mistake . Play safe young buck
aCTUALLY IT IS GOING TO BE A LITER BIKE
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aCTUALLY IT IS GOING TO BE A LITER BIKE
THUG you over here wrecking a 6 and wanna go LITER Don't die!!!
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THUG you over here wrecking a 6 and wanna go LITER Don't die!!!
uH CORRECTION BRO TWO 6'S THIS IS MY THIRD
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i wanna wheelie so bad....i don't have what it takes to do it on my zx6 but i am trying to learn on my z125
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i wanna wheelie so bad....i don't have what it takes to do it on my zx6 but i am trying to learn on my z125
I AM LEARNING FROM SCRATCH ON MY 6 make some videos

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