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07-02-2005 01:16 AM
Originally Posted by Ace

Great band and album!
07-01-2005 11:53 AM
Originally Posted by PhoenixGirlie
lol cherry
07-01-2005 11:46 AM
PhoenixGirlie lol cherry
07-01-2005 11:45 AM
Ace Its not only a matter of getting it up, but also how you set it down? I personally dont do wheelies, nor care to. But I see so many people do them and then slam the front end down. Just a matter of time before fork seals or somethnig breaks. Now if you can get them up and then bring them back down smooth, your all set.
07-01-2005 09:30 AM
Originally Posted by bumblebee
And you wonder why your front end is starting to wobble... ...

That started BEFORE I did the wheelie!
07-01-2005 09:19 AM
zx636r yup yup, if you just keep doing the small ones they will get higher and longer, untill you can ride them for awhile. im still learning them but i can tell when i get it up there cause im not revin the piss out of the bike anymore. but i dotn like to ride them long casue i dotn want to drop it. but congratulations. and ill say it again, the clutch wheelie is the best thing ever. lol
07-01-2005 09:14 AM
Originally Posted by Grafixx01
Didn't do a 'clutch wheelie', did a 'power wheelie' as he said they won't damage the bike like the 'clutch wheelies' will EVENTUALLY do.
Oh well, keep the rubber side up.
07-01-2005 07:28 AM
bumblebee And you wonder why your front end is starting to wobble... ...
07-01-2005 06:06 AM
Gas Man Anybody that does big long wheelies will tell you that once you get are like... "it's so easy" and don't understand why you didn't just do it on the first shot... ya know...

07-01-2005 12:54 AM
R1up0n1 two or three ft isn't that far up, it takes ALOT of practice. you will look back when you do get better and be like [email protected]! What i did on my first one wasn't [email protected]! practice practice practice! do it smartly tho. and take it easy.
07-01-2005 12:42 AM
Grafixx01 Wheelie in a turn: due to some schmuck in a cage that decided to cut me off so I leaned the bike over, hard into the corner of the turn and hit the throttle, that's why that happened.

As for the height of the wheelie, my friend was standing off to the side, if I had my digicam on me, I would've asked him to take a picture of it.
07-01-2005 12:35 AM
R1up0n1 bringing the front end up in a turn is not good dude. you got a long way to feels like you are higher than what you really are. When you think you are at the top out point you really still have like 2ft to go.
07-01-2005 12:32 AM
Popped the cherrie...

Get your minds out of the gutter you degenerates!

I was just sharing that I popped my cherrie on doing wheelies. I did my first one yesterday infront of my friends house after he showed me how to. Didn't do a 'clutch wheelie', did a 'power wheelie' as he said they won't damage the bike like the 'clutch wheelies' will EVENTUALLY do.

I didn't get if off the ground high though he said, he said it was like 2.5-3feet off the ground. I think that's pretty darn good for a first wheelie. (I don't consider the one I did while going through a turn a wheelie).

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