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wheelie master!

if you need to know how to wheelie just ask me and ill tell you the RIGHT AND PROPER way to do a wheelie i can tell you how to wheelie motorbikes of ALL makes and sizes except for bikes that dont run so dont be sarcastic like saying how do i wheelie a bike that doesnt run i will reply to you in 1-3 days if you ask me how to wheelie and my reply will be instructions on how to do the PROPER WHEELIE for your make of bike I AM A WHEELIE MASTER and so is some of my friends

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hey i have an '04 crf250r wha

hey i have an '04 crf250r what is the bset way to wheelie it sitting down? and to find my balance point?

dylan (not verified)
how tp

hey i got a 98 rm 125 i can do wheelies sometimes by cracking the throtle and leaning back but there dumb how can i do gnarlier ones

wheelie

i have a 95 yz i need help wheeling full stop

wheelie master (not verified)
04 crf250r wheelie

it is easier to wheelie standing up for some people but some people also find sitting down better it all depends on what position you find most comfortable and to do a wheelie is all about your balance point and throttle controle you WILL know when your in the balance point cause the bike will feel light and wont take much throttle at all to keep it up to find the balance point safley is to let the front end come up smoothly this WILL TAKE TIME AND PRACTICE so dont think you can go out there with what im telling you and just beable to wheelie for a mile after you find the balance point start to practice throttle controle to keep the front end up dont just blip the throttle you ROLL the throttle back and forth SMOOTHLY this will take practice but your reward will be balanced wheelies instead of jumpy wheelies practice shifting it into 2nd gear when the front end starts to come up that means when you pull a wheelie in first as the front end comes up shift 2nd dont wait for the front end to be to high or you will flip back shift gears on a wheelie by appling pressure on the shift lever while on the throttle then close the throttle and it should shift gears if your fast enough you can use the clutch but the clutch is not reccomended ALLWAYS COVER YOUR BACK BRAKE EVEN THE PROS COVER THERE BACK BRAKE

ps: you have to shift gears on a wheelie to keep it up for a long time and distance you dont just pin throttle open >.> never works

wheelie master (not verified)
98 rm 125

you got a two stroke so its better to wheelie in the power band dont wheelie with low end power on a two stroke now to do your wheelie the right way get the power band pull a wheelie by either clutch or tugging on the bars or what ever way works for you sence you allready can wheelie, now when in the power band while on a wheelie you want to roll the throttle not blip it so roll your throttle back and forth, now when you pull a wheelie and the front wheel leaves the ground shift 2nd dont let the bike be in the balance point to wait to shift to 2nd you have to shift to 2nd while the front end comes up this will make the front end come up under more controle 1st gear is to low now when you learn how to ride the wheelie through 2nd on your rm 125 start shifting to other gears by appling pressure on your shifting lever then closing the throttle the bike should shift gears be careful cause the bike will want to jump up alittle when you shift gears on a wheelie ROLL YOUR THROTTLE COVER YOUR BACK BRAKE SHIFT YOUR GEARS AND STAY IN THE BALANCE POINT THEN YOU WILL DO AWSOME WHEELIES

ps: dont blip your throttle and dont pin your throttle in a gear >.> never works

wheelie master (not verified)
98 rm 125

you got a two stroke so its better to wheelie in the power band dont wheelie with low end power on a two stroke now to do your wheelie the right way get the power band pull a wheelie by either clutch or tugging on the bars or what ever way works for you sence you allready can wheelie, now when in the power band while on a wheelie you want to roll the throttle not blip it so roll your throttle back and forth, now when you pull a wheelie and the front wheel leaves the ground shift 2nd dont let the bike be in the balance point to wait to shift to 2nd you have to shift to 2nd while the front end comes up this will make the front end come up under more controle 1st gear is to low now when you learn how to ride the wheelie through 2nd on your rm 125 start shifting to other gears by appling pressure on your shifting lever then closing the throttle the bike should shift gears be careful cause the bike will want to jump up alittle when you shift gears on a wheelie ROLL YOUR THROTTLE COVER YOUR BACK BRAKE SHIFT YOUR GEARS AND STAY IN THE BALANCE POINT THEN YOU WILL DO AWSOME WHEELIES

ps: dont blip your throttle and dont pin your throttle in a gear >.> never works

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crf250r

so i should start in first gear but should i be in high or low rpms and do i pull in the clutch then let it out and at the same time get on the throttle also how far back should i sit on the seat?

hey im new to MX and i trying

hey im new to MX and i trying to learn how to wheelie through the gears right now i can wheelie for like 200-300 yards but i havent learned how to shift gears while wheeling i have just held the front end up high enoughf that it requires little throttle and i can hold it for a good distance. my friends told me not to use the clutch just shift, but im afraide that it will damage my engine!! what do you think will i be ok shifting without the clutch?

xr250

hey buddy i have a xr250 and i can never pull it up sitting down, i can do short wheelies (mostly flukes) standing up on the pegs but its impossible to pull up. any hints?
thanks! :)

Hoe To Ride a Wheelie on a Honda 05 CRF 230F

Hey iam new to Riding Wheelies i have been Experienced with rideing the bike but a wheelie is hard for me i have not road a wheelie on a Dirt Bike with a Clutch so if anyone can help me find the best way to do it i would be very thankful

If you want to Wheelie...

Yes you can find out the best way to do wheelies on your peticular bike, but I think that the best thing to do is to get on your bike and practice... as the saying goes; Practice makes Perfect.

Felix

can u wheelie a uni cycle,or

can u wheelie a uni cycle,or a penny farthin or a tandem

start in second gear

two strokes are hard in my experience. its all about the balance an gear changing.u need to start off in second gear then go thru the gears.but i ent mastered it me self yet so just practice.ican get it to lift but it drops on gear changes then comes back up........so i dunno

whelie sitingdown

I GOT A CRF250. I CAN ALREADY WHEELIE STANDING UP PREETY GOOD .BUT WHATS THE BEST WAY TO DO A SIT DOWN WHEELIE GOING SLOW?

Help!

Hey im 13 i havent been riding for a long time and i was wondering if its better to wheelie while riding or just standing still. i could use any help i can get so plz comment bak

thanx

i ride a ttr90 but im more in

i ride a ttr90 but im more into dirt jumping on my bmx bike but im 12 (yeah that 90 is tiny" i ride wheelies on my 90 for like 2 blox so i dont no if thats good for my age and size of the bike but i hope its good haha

leaning sideways when i wheelie

hey whenever i try to wheelie i always or most of the time have my bike tip to one side. how do i prevent this?

hay i hav a drz 125 and i was

hay i hav a drz 125 and i was wondering if u could tel me how to do a wheelie and keep it up for som time

03' xr 100 r

yo wheelie master i can wheeliemy 100for about 10 ft but cant continue can u giv me some pointers?

yeah i got a YZ 250...i can g

yeah i got a YZ 250...i can get it up by just goosing throttle real hard in 1st gear..i can ride a wheelie for like 150 ft in first gear but then i run outta revs and have to come down so i know im gonna haev to shift..when i shift is it gonna throw me on my ass or what..or will the engine jus go to a lower rpm and not jerk at all..ne help on shifting while wheelying would be good

Id like to know

im 17 and i have a cr 500. ive only had it maybe a year and a half. im still somewhat nervous when i get on it. ive pulled a couple wheelies but it scares me to death when i do. anyone know the proper way to ride a wheelie on such a large bike? any help would save me the injury and $ fixing my baby lol

CRF150

hey im almost 14.....ive been riding since i was 10.......but i can never wheelie..............ive got a CRF150 now.......can u tell me how to do
decent wheelies

cr85r

if you want to do a wheelie on a two-stroke,start out in 2nd gear while your riding get just below the powerband set back on the seat a little past half way point gun it about half throttle really fast for about 2seconds or until the front end comes up then tap the back brake while your taping the back brakeroll the throttle back and forth until you get into balance point and then let off the gas but if the front end starts to go down roll the gas again and tap the back brake.

you sound like you suck becau

you sound like you suck because big boys ride big bikes

drz help

when you have a wussy bike like that start out in 3rd gear rev it up hi and pop the cluth and keep shifting when your in the wheelie

crf150

id like u just to tell me teh proper way to whellie on my bike thanks

how to wheelie a dirt bike

Hello

I am 15 years old and I have a 2002 Suzuki DR-Z250 and i would really like to learn how to wheelie a dirt bike. I can get the front wheel up just fine but as soon as the wheel is up, I run out of rpm's. If you could please tell me the proper way to wheelie a dirt bike I would very much appreciate it.

Thank You.

wheelie

i have a suzuki 125- 4 stroke....and i cant do a wheelie no matter what i do

Wheelie Master is wrong

Mate dont go around thinking you know everything and that your the best because thats only setting yourself up to be kicked down.

99% of bikes can be wheelied and it is best to start practising on a smooth uphill.

I ride an RM125 1990 and can mono 1st - 6th on a good road.

If you ride a 2 stroke and want to do a wheelie that lasts longer than from when your band cuts in to when you top out, practise:::

I start in 1st, standing up going about, 5 - 10km/h.
Pull in the clutch, and rev, start letting the clutch out when your RPM reaches about 50% (before band). The time it takes for your bike to rev to this should be almost instant. As I start letting the clutch out I make a change from standing to the sitting position and pull back. Make it look like to someone watching that your going to look up at the sky. By the time Im in the sitting position and pulling back the clutch is all the way out and the revs have dropped to about 1/4 throttle and the front wheel is off the ground. Hold the throttle here (or adjust slightly) to bring the front wheel up until it feels like you dont have to give it anymore to hold it there, this is the balance point. You will accelerate in your mono's until you get them pinned and this is ok as long as you watch out for powerband. "Wheelie Master" was right in saying keep your back brake covered althought this probably wont help as you are likely to take your feet off the pegs in the case of going past the balance point. Just remember, Practise on a smooth uphill as much as possible, you will get better.

james_brown00@hotmail.com

how to do weelis

hay my frend has a drz 125 i can do weelis on thate all you do is putt the bike in 2nd
and pull the clutch in reve it ferly high then let out the clutch and you should go up
but don't rev it to high or you will flip

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