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fnfalman
10-02-2007, 07:44
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2903qqKiah0


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPhVpVk3b94&mode=related&search=

357glocker
10-02-2007, 21:00
ya gotta start somewhere to become a professional, but wear a freakin' helmet:ambulance:

epsylum
10-02-2007, 22:08
Originally posted by 357glocker
ya gotta start somewhere to become a professional, but wear a freakin' helmet:ambulance:

Empty parking lots work better than open highways. Less traffic ;)

357glocker
10-03-2007, 09:20
I agree completely!

fnfalman
10-03-2007, 09:39
Keith Code also runs a wheelie school, but yes, you gotta start somewhere. Doing it on the highway or at a parade aren't too smart of ideas on how and when to do wheelies.

codivecop
10-04-2007, 14:24
Originally posted by fnfalman
Keith Code also runs a wheelie school, but yes, you gotta start somewhere. Doing it on the highway or at a parade aren't too smart of ideas on how and when to do wheelies.

I don't think a dresser bike is "optimum" equipment for a wheelie either!

epsylum
10-04-2007, 18:03
Originally posted by codivecop
I don't think a dresser bike is "optimum" equipment for a wheelie either!

There are guys who pride themselves on being able to drag the trunks on Goldwings.

Seriously, I have seen it done. :shocked:

Ralphumor
10-10-2007, 09:32
Originally posted by epsylum
There are guys who pride themselves on being able to drag the trunks on Goldwings.

Seriously, I have seen it done. :shocked:

That would be COOL! with someone elses wing and someone else doing the draging. Love to see it just not do it!

epsylum
10-10-2007, 09:52
Originally posted by Ralphumor
That would be COOL! with someone elses wing and someone else doing the draging. Love to see it just not do it!

IIRC the Starboyz have it in one of their videos.

Rinspeed
10-10-2007, 12:12
Back when I had my first XT600 I was the wheelie king. It was nothing to ride one for a half a mile or so. I did buy taillights two at a time though. Something so easy as tapping the back brake when you went to far was somehow hard for me.

superman79
10-11-2007, 09:19
The harley crash looked like he could've got up and walked away.I guess all the force went to his head.. I dont get why a lot of bike riders dont wear protective gear! helmet, gloves, shin guards, and back protector is a minimum. better to be safe than sorry