Since this is an approved thread for wheelies, I feel we should not question the motives, whatever they might be.
Assuming, that the person would be responsible for safety (his own and others around him) as well as would perform stunts knowing fully well about the other dangers and legalities (read Illegalities) associated with it!
That being said, i dont think Wheelies can be learned by reading instructions!
Remember, don't post pictures or videos of your wheelies at social networking sites, might come in handy to the insurance companies!
Last edited by rugved; 04-22-2016 at 01:15 PM.
Yea bro. Need to learn how to control that power. Even in third gear when there's sand patch in road it skids & when taking a U-Turn even a minor blip in throttle make it twist Cz I weight just 55kg (48-50 when I bought the bike) Am driving bike for several years. Am good at controlling in traffic & doing even level 4 lean (number marked on Metzeler tyres)
In corners but I wanna use the full potential of bike which needs training.
The reason for my cross questioning was simple, someone who said he did wheelie on 100cc i scared of duke's wheelie, and then being a tourer he wants to learn everything and not to forget the statement saying that stunters have better control over bike.
I used to make use of front suspension for wheelies. Just push handlebar down and leave clutch suddenly when suspension recoils. But I don't do it any more now since I fell once, my pillion rider got hurt in the leg, I was not used to wear safety jackets.