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Does anyone know what happens when you fall off the back of a wheelie on a dirtbike? Is it like on a regular bike where you can wheelie too far back and then just land on your feet while holding the handlebars and hop right back on? Or is it not that easy? It's not for my sake I care about falling...it's my beatiful bike that I dont want to hurt! :thumbsup:

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Does anyone know what happens when you fall off the back of a wheelie on a dirtbike? Is it like on a regular bike where you can wheelie too far back and then just land on your feet while holding the handlebars and hop right back on? Or is it not that easy? It's not for my sake I care about falling...it's my beatiful bike that I dont want to hurt! :thumbsup:

Maybe if your thinking about falling back. Other wise the bike just keeps going and you fall, or it pile drives you and knocks the wind out of you, dislocates your shoulder, and breaks 3 ribs... :ride:

shazam

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Happy 100th post :thumbsup:

Coos bay looks nice.

Wishing I could ride on the coast again. I've only done it once.

Rode for miles north and south of the beach house. Didn't need a flag tho.

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Maybe if your thinking about falling back. Other wise the bike just keeps going and you fall, or it pile drives you and knocks the wind out of you, dislocates your shoulder, and breaks 3 ribs... :thumbsup:

shazam

So my bike wouldn't make it? Lol

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Does anyone know what happens when you fall off the back of a wheelie on a dirtbike? Is it like on a regular bike where you can wheelie too far back and then just land on your feet while holding the handlebars and hop right back on? Or is it not that easy? It's not for my sake I care about falling...it's my beatiful bike that I dont want to hurt! :thumbsup:

Not that easy. There's a fender that tends to get in the way.

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btw 1982mxrider, You look like you've gotten pretty good at riding the dunes! :thumbsup:

Thanks, we don't hit the dunes a ton, but we love going. It's just really bad for the bikes and a lot of preparation then clean up goes into it. But we go through so many bikes over the years, it's not too bad. We love hittin Coos Bay and Florence OR, we will be back in September if you guys/gals want to come:

Here are a couple more from the trip, some of you have scene these already:

http://w79.photobucket.com/widgets/dynamicflash.php?featuretype=bucketstrip&featurename=Cornering&pa=/j128/CoosBayDunes/

http://w79.photobucket.com/widgets/dynamicflash.php?featuretype=bucketstamp&featurename=FavoritePics&pa=/j128/CoosBayDunes/

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Does anyone know what happens when you fall off the back of a wheelie on a dirtbike? Is it like on a regular bike where you can wheelie too far back and then just land on your feet while holding the handlebars and hop right back on? Or is it not that easy? It's not for my sake I care about falling...it's my beatiful bike that I dont want to hurt! :thumbsup:

you mean like this?

ya, its not that easy. you ususally dont think fast enough

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i want to go there at the end of this summer is there any big jumps at coos bay or do u have to go to florance

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i want to go there at the end of this summer is there any big jumps at coos bay or do u have to go to florance

You can find big hits at both places. This is near Coos Bay (Coos Bay Bridge in the background)

http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j128/CoosBayDunes/BigAlAir2.jpg

http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j128/CoosBayDunes/HUUGEAir.jpg

http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j128/CoosBayDunes/BridgeJump2.jpg

Spinreel:

http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j128/CoosBayDunes/JeffSky1.jpg

Howser:

http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j128/CoosBayDunes/brotherwheelie.jpg

Send me an email and maybe we can meet up and I'll take you to the places where we like to go for nice jumps.

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Does anyone know what happens when you fall off the back of a wheelie on a dirtbike? Is it like on a regular bike where you can wheelie too far back and then just land on your feet while holding the handlebars and hop right back on? Or is it not that easy? It's not for my sake I care about falling...it's my beatiful bike that I dont want to hurt! :thumbsup:

If your fast enough and your not going to fast, you can put your feet down and efore you fall on your face throw the bike foward. I've pulled it off once. Unless you flip hardcore, your bike won't generally fall on the backfender.

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These are my best 3 on film. Not spectacular but I'm getting there.

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doing slow wheelies its easy to catch yourself. i can bring em up on my ttr in 1st, and slide back, then hop and tap the back brake and let the bike pull you back on. it hurts if your not careful since it slams forward unles you wheelie off of that though. serious ball buster

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Not to bag on you 1982mxrider, but seriously, how many damn times are we gonna see these same pictures? I've seen your pictures in atleast five different threads :thumbsup:

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