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My Crappy Wheelie Video

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Relax, get to know the way the bike responds. Know your limits and practice your balance. I'd say sit down, the CRF150/230 lack the power to do a good stand-up wheelie without doing one of those insanely slow balance-wheelies. But nice vid, keep practicing. Do them in 1st gear, mid RPM...then go to 2nd gear mid RPM...LAY ON THE THROTTLE and lean back.

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I had to get my glasses and I am not sure that I saw a wheelie. Were you on the bike or the 4 wheeler? Sorry but it was way too far away.

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Yeah I know, i ahve to teach my dad how to use the zoom. It looks kinda like sasquatch footage. I was on the bike, my buddy Tim was on the quad.

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Ya thats a good song......was there supposed to be a wheelie?

just kidding, keep trying, you'll get the hang of it.

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Take it or leave it! :cry: Praise B4 Bash. :cry: nice video quality! :cry: bad wheelie! Keep practicing...on the wheelie's

J2

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Try standing centrally on the bike, leaning a bit backwards in third or fourth gear, riding at one quarter throttle, and then apply quickly and smoothly. Works for me :cry:

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Nice try on the wheelie, that takes talent. But what doesnt take talent is too either zoom that camera or somehow not need a ground based hubble to get a good look at the wheelie.

Nice try, keep up the effort. :cry:

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i think all u did was unload the forx which got the front end light and made it feel like the front wheel was in the air :cry: ...b/c i don't think i saw it leave the ground. keep practicin' though, wheelies actually help develop throttle control and balance.

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