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hi guys!

just thought if you guys know how to do any tricks on your bike? if yes would be entertaining if you up!loaded a video.

Also i would love to learn/master how to wheelie our bikes! id be happy if i could bring it up a bit and move a few ft. would be great to do at a set of lights Haha

however, the day before yesterday i was talking to my brother in law about changing my tires on my next pay day. after that our discussion somehow drifted off into burnouts! as you would imagine. :/

but yeah he showed me how to get my back wheel spinning and i can officially say i can do a burnout! so when i change my tires in a few weeks you know what's going to happen Haha! will get vid up.
 

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Can do little wheelies, little slides and burnouts.
I don't like to do anything excessive incase I damage the beauty :(
 

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LOL I can get it up but thats about it, people who claim to wheelie please post a vid!! and explain your process of how to get the bike up!!
 

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LOL I can get it up but thats about it, people who claim to wheelie please post a vid!! and explain your process of how to get the bike up!!
wheelie is easy man i do that off the lights as fisher
 

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snap I will just slip the cluth out. but thats really a wheelie as your not travelling on one wheel far enough. your only lifting it - Let me show you what I mean, this guy is BAD!!! watch his vids
 

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snap I will just slip the cluth out. but thats really a wheelie as your not travelling on one wheel far enough. your only lifting it - Let me show you what I mean, this guy is BAD!!! watch his vids
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This is me ;)


Guides from experience:

Wheelies:
In all seriousness though.
Shift your weight back slightly (if you are particuarly heavy). Just enough that you can feel the backrest.
Then let the revs spool up. DON'T do anything until they hit 9k.

As soon as they hit 9k, release your clutch very quickly, and smoothly, but not suddenly. You should be doing it so quickly it does actually look like you are dropping it.
Your front end will then lift up, to maintain it you will NEED to keep the throttle on.
If you unable to get it up high enough to maintain it try pulling on the handlebars and move your weight further back.

To keep it up, you will need to lean back, and use the throttle / brakes to keep it balanced.

**It IS possible to flip it, so becareful. It is all about confidence.**

Stoppies / Endos:
Do NOT attempt these on the stock tyres. I did, and I locked the front wheel even in the dry.

This one is simple, simply apply your brakes as hard as you dare, and your rear wheel should come up.
Be sure to gently release the brake to allow your rear wheel to come down slowly, as if you stop moving whilst your rear wheel is in the air, it will very quickly fall to the ground which will often throw you off balance.


Burnouts:
Unfortunately, I have only ever done a stationary burn out so I can't describe how to do the moving ones (if our bike even has the power required for it.)
Very simple. Hold the front brake, and build up the revs, and release the clutch as per normal. HOLDING the front brake. Hard.
It is quite awkward to use the throttle whilst holding the brake, just be VERY careful that you don't accidently let go. That would be VERY bad.
For once, the stock tyres would actually be best for this, especially because you can throw them away after :D


Other than that, I can't think of any other tricks I can do at the moment...
Although I love flicking between cars and traffic.
 

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fisher it is possible to do a rolling burnout on our bike, yes its only a small engine but don't diss it Haha ill post link its crazy
 

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a burn out
another one
another
another
AND IN THE END A BURN OUT FOR WHAT????
 

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Dont try this you can end dead
 
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