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How do you get your bike into a wheelie?

<input type="radio" name="option" value="1" />I lean back and gun it until im in a wheelie

<input type="radio" name="option" value="2" />I clutch it up

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Who needs to lean back and wheelie or clutch it?

I just get on the gas. Especially with my 520. I can't KEEP that thing DOWN!

Whenever a wheelie is called for on a track or in the woods, I usually lean it back and gas it.

I'm not good at ALL at sustained wheelies....

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for showoff :thumbsup:

roll on the throttle hard and let the bike do the job just keep it pulling until it is stabil.

for going through holes on the track.

just a little harder on the throttle and at the same time pulling a little in the handle bar

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Yea but he doesn't have a 520, so therefore your method of getting into a wheelie is not really applicable.

Anyways, it depends on which gear I'm in. If I'm in anything higher then third I have to clutch it up, but if I'm in a lower gear I just lean back and gas it.

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