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post #1 of 69 (permalink) Old 05-13-2006, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
 
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Wheelie Picts!!!!

OK GUYS AND GALS HERE YA GO! A FEW FOR YOUR VEIWING PLEASURE! GIVE ME SOME FEEDBACK AND TELL ME WHAT YA THINK....EVERYONE IS ALWAYS SAYING GIVE US PICTS GIVE US PICTS.......IM GIVING!














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post #2 of 69 (permalink) Old 05-13-2006, 10:54 PM
 
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Sweet pics! Is that a chick in one of those doing a stand up?

Hey do you have any video of this stuff?
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Sweet pics! Is that a chick in one of those doing a stand up?

Hey do you have any video of this stuff?
NO VID YET. NO, I THINK YOUR TALKING ABOUT TONY...LONG DREDS
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post #4 of 69 (permalink) Old 05-13-2006, 11:03 PM Thread Starter
 
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YOU KNOW WHAT SUCKS!!!!!!!!! WE DID THIS THE WEEKEND AFTER I HAD MY WRECK.....SO MY BIKE WAS DOWN, SO I DONT HAVE A SINGLE PIC OF ME STANDING IT UP. GOTTA WORK ON THAT.
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whoever the rider is on that 2up wheelie is a freakin loon. I would never trust anyone to ride a wheelie with me on the back.

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whoever the rider is on that 2up wheelie is a freakin loon. I would never trust anyone to ride a wheelie with me on the back.
THATS LAKODA AND HIS WIFE
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How much work is it to get that busa to stand tall?
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whoever the rider is on that 2up wheelie is a freakin loon. I would never trust anyone to ride a wheelie with me on the back.
Hey my ex g/f pissed me off one time so I rode a wheelie with her on the back of the SV and she was screaming so freakin loud....then it really sucked when I brung the front back down she came slamming into the back of me. So much for all that.
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How much work is it to get that busa to stand tall?
HIS NAME IS DREW. AND HE BRINGS IT UP LIKE ITS NOTHING. THE CRAZY THING IS ITS STRETCHED 5 INCES AND HE STILL GETS IT UP LIKE THAT. WE ALL SAY AROUND HERE "LOCOMOTIVE ON A WHEELIE"
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How much work is it to get that busa to stand tall?
IF YOU LOOK CLOSE AT THE REAR ON THIS PHOTO YOU CAN SEE THE EXSTENTIONS.
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HIS NAME IS DREW. AND HE BRINGS IT UP LIKE ITS NOTHING. THE CRAZY THING IS ITS STRETCHED 5 INCES AND HE STILL GETS IT UP LIKE THAT. WE ALL SAY AROUND HERE "LOCOMOTIVE ON A WHEELIE"
geared low?
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geared low?
1 DOWN IN THE FRONT.
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post #13 of 69 (permalink) Old 05-17-2006, 02:29 AM
 
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2 up wheelies just take time... but they are easier to me at least...more controlled on the speed they come up.... and not hittingu coming down just takes the opassenger knowing what to do... u gotta teach em and they gotta be ready.

the busa stadning up is nice....seems like both harder and easier then a smaller bike

the guy on the GSXR with the tread paint...yeah u can tell his tires are way past done and need to be changed
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Awsome pics and the riders look quite cofortable with there frount tires in the clouds.
Is it harder to do a wheelie on the 600cc carberated bikes than say the 900's.
and are most of the riders rockin the bikes or clutching them up?
I guess what im asking is whats the best way to get a little lift action on my ZX6R .


Thanks for the info.
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Nice pics!! Same thing, are you powering them up like that or just dumping clutch?? I cant figure out the clutch part, I just power my Zx6R up.
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Good pics. Welcome to wheelie world!
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nice wheelies
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Here are some of KP .. we dont have pics together yet
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