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johnny86
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6th Jan 15 at 20:27   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Had my r6 5eb couple months now.

I've been learning to wheelie and it going quite well actually.

I know a few on here ride bikes so I thought I'd ask your opinion do you like them? Can you wheelie?

I know it's a bit cold and hot between bikers
RichR
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Wouldn't risk doing them on road; wheelie like a machine on my trials bike though.
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Can do standing wheelies on road and enduro bike but not sitting down. Don't feel safe doing that.
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Are standing wheelies hard?
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Are wheelies hard to do on a motorbike?

[Edited on 08-01-2015 by oJNAo]
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I don't find it hard to start the wheelie it's the keeping it up that's the hardest.
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You do realise "xaoshaxxerrrr" from here died after losing control doing a wheelie
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He wasn't, John? He looked back for a mate and wrapped himself round a lamppost. But aye, he did loads of daft things and was warned countless times to take it easy. Didn't listen and now he can't.
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He lived up the road from me.
taylorboosh
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It was after popping a wheelie wasnt it? Im sure i remember witness statements saying so?
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http://www.kentonline.co.uk/kent/news/inquest-into-bike-rider-luke-lea-a55714/

There we are - que the he was a cunt comments
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quote:
Originally posted by taylorboosh
http://www.kentonline.co.uk/kent/news/inquest-into-bike-rider-luke-lea-a55714/

There we are - que the he was a cunt comments


If he hung about with Dean mayze then he was a cunt. I'm gonna kill that cunt when I get hold of him.
taylorboosh
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Thats the general consensus
_Allan_
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quote:
Originally posted by johnny86
He lived up the road from me.


He ended up all over the road m8
Russ
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quote:
Originally posted by Eck
He wasn't, John? He looked back for a mate and wrapped himself round a lamppost. But aye, he did loads of daft things and was warned countless times to take it easy. Didn't listen and now he can't.
no thats what his mates said. police report mention showing off to clunge i think
Graeme
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quote:
Originally posted by johnny86
Are standing wheelies hard?


Find them a lot easier tbh and if anything goes a bit wrong easier to jump off or bring it down.

 
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