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Body vertical to the ground, feet in the "abort mission" position... You either looped it or came close to looping it and needed a change of underwear after this happened.
You start this from a standstill or is this right before you looped? I see those legs dangling back there.
Haha, no I didn’t loop. I find it easier to do stand still wheelies on the 300 or at really low speeds so yeah. This was a couple months ago though. Definitely have improved more since then.
The way you're sitting makes it seem like you're being hold on by only your giant dick and balls
Can’t wait to upgrade to a 400 so I can learn to wheelie
Can whoolies anything with a clutch and even auto scooters if you send it Enough.
Can confirm. I definitely looped my 125 zuma thinking i was the shit on my little scoot lol
"Upgrade to a 400"?? 250 is all you need for the street my friend. Anything more is just reckless and dangerous
I guess the sarcasm went over some people's heads.
Go straight to a leader bike and you’re set
Are you sure?
I mean I went from a 125 to 1600 on the street, the change was hardly noticeable.
I used to stunt a ninja 300
super fun to ride.
My favorite was quick no handers.
Killed it on that thing 👀🤘🏼
I’ll never understand when people do this “abort mission” thing where you think you can outrun a motorcycle or control it with your feet down lol. It’s always right when you see someone hit balance point and they bail lol
In my case it was a lack of skill and a fear of wheelies. I don’t think anyone just decides “hey, let me just drop my feet down when I’m mid way up and hope for the best.” Imo it comes down to practice and getting comfortable with bringing your bike up, but that’s just me.
Idk I think it comes down to your fight or flight on a bike honestly. I have had moments when even when I was learning I was chasing them out and one day I straight hit 12 o’clock and scraped tail slightly so I know it was 12 or more and just held on the entire time and hit my rear brake. But I did hit my rear brake a little too hard and flew over the bars lol
bUT 300’s cAn’T whEeLiE
I have a question. I’m always worried when doing a clutch up, when the friction some grabs it’s gonna tank my hands off the bar from sheer power. I only did a wheelie once so I’m not sure how it should really feel.
If you’re moving say 15 mph and do a clutch up will it be smooth or yank you real hard and give you whiplash?
Depends on the bike, mostly, but it should be a relatively smooth transition up. Become comfortable with your clutch before trying some serious wheelies. You'll get it!
PS. Don't pull the bike up with your arms; shift the weight back using your body, instead - especially on a smaller bike!
Mess around with low RPMS first man. Do some bunny hops until you get comfortable always keeping your foot on the rear. Then gradually move up to higher rpms and build your confidence.
bUt 3o0'S cAn'T WheEliE?!!?