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Friday, March 11, 2011

Wheelie TIPS

  • Body position is very important. Beginners may be uncomfortable and hug the tank with their knees to help hold on, but ideally sliding back against the rear seat is the best place.
  • On powerful street bikes, as soon as you shift to second the front end will pull up a little so keep the rear brake covered.
  • If you have never done a clutchless shift, practice on two wheels first. Get your rpm's up fairly high, back off the throttle just a bit and shift firmly so you don't hit neutral.
  • Stand up wheelies, either both feet on the back pegs or just the left foot on the back peg can make it much easier to balance a wheelie.

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