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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-18-2001, 06:17 PM
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How to do wheelies on a little 4-stroke?

I've tried 1000 times to do wheelies on my bike, but nothin works. Then the other day, I revved the [censored] out of it, popped the clutch, and stood 'er straight up. I almost hit about 4 trees, but I didn't wreck. I've tried to do it again, but I can't.


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LOL......... rev it higher??...... check the tire pressure??...... or mabey just pull harder on the handle bars [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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Kyron you OLD DOG!

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or.........don't wreck it

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try poping the clutch on a hill and lean back as hard as you can

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Listen hear....If I can do a wheelie on my 1979 Honda Z50r, which has no extarnal clutch control...you can do it too. Just keep trying.

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Re: How to do wheelies on a little 4-stroke?

What makes it so hard is that my bike weighs about 235lbs. and is powered by a hampster running on a wheel. I'd be happy if I could pull the front tire a foot or so, but it's sooo hard to pull the front end up. Oh well, I'm already saving for a KDX200.


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Just wondering what bike you have? I have an old xr200r that I can wheelie in second gear from a rolling start on flat ground. Thats a 225 pound bike with a 185 pound but sitting on it.

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ah but your xr has a squirrel in it instead of a hampster thats the difference!

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hahahahaha.....not funny

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