Best way to learn is on a dirt bike, softer landing if/when you get it wrongI'm afraid I'd rather not find out how to do wheelies because it may not end up being "rubber side down" for me afterwards, lol.
Another addiction waiting to happen... :laugh:Best way to learn is on a dirt bike, softer landing if/when you get it wrong
The best wheelie bike Ive owned was the original XR200 with twin rear shocks. Had a nice amount of low rpm torque to be able to control the wheel stand easily once you had it up. You could go for miles if you had the stamina.
GLAD TO KNOW I'm not the only one trying! I'm having difficulty tho i feel like i can only get my front wheel off in first gear.. can i ask are you doing yours in second gear? CONGRATS tho its your bike and do what what you want!Was doing wheelies today and went past 12 o'clock and had it flip right over. Need all new front and side fairings. Good news is for all the fairings plus the left mirror is only 300$. Attached some images so you could see
Haha what. That would scare me into stopping. The whole thing about removing the wheel, IF the mechanics did **** the right way, is re aligning the wheel, correctly adjusting your chain, and torquing everything back to spec. All pretty easy stuff to do yourself with the help of YouTube videos.I did like 200 wheelies since but it restarted this morning.