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What's the correct technique for executing a good"Wheelie"?

This is a discussion on What's the correct technique for executing a good"Wheelie"? within the Tires forums, part of the Parts category; I got a motorcycle with plenty of power (KAW ZRX1200R), and good throttle response with good tires (Battlaxes). Now my ...


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Old 03-12-2009   #1
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Default What's the correct technique for executing a good"Wheelie"?

I got a motorcycle with plenty of power (KAW ZRX1200R), and good throttle response with good tires (Battlaxes). Now my problem is that I either spin out or shoot forward like I'm on rails. What I'd like to do is learn to safely pull the front end up and keep it there for a few seconds. And please; spare me the lecture on safety or responsibility. I'm a 32 year old cop who rides at a little used local airport runway. ------
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