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View Poll Results: do you like wheelies ?
yes , i like them 44 64.71%
no , i don't like them 10 14.71%
who cares !? 14 20.59%
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post #71 of 76 Old 12-09-2012, 05:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Aufitt View Post
Flipper - YouTube

Here's what happened at our racetrack back in 2007,
this is over the hill at 220-240 kph-
Since then no wheelies allowed haha

Eleven hours in a tin can?
God, there's got to be another way!
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post #72 of 76 Old 12-09-2012, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by CBR_Dave View Post
had he known about throttle and break control ....

like how the bike decided to keep going ....

he should've learned a lesson from Biaggi and stayed on

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post #73 of 76 Old 12-09-2012, 11:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Street Sniper View Post
just wondering about this ... but if you choose to answer , is not about where you do them , just if you like them

...and if you like to leave a post explaining your choice , like: "i like them , just not in public roads" , that's cool too

i choose yes .... but think there should be a place where you can't get in trouble for doing them
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^ Who are you? His dad? "I've been quite easy on him, maybe too easy". What's next, Dad, no TV for a week?

At least SS seeks attention by showing off his riding skills. You seek it by posting crap like this here.

I, like L2R and many others, appreciate the skill SS and other stunters possess. My only issue is with demonstrating these skills on public streets. I have heard SS's reasons for doing this and, frankly, I don't find justification in any of them. However, I have expressed my thoughts on this and have moved on. Time for you to move on, too, Dad.
The kid asked for a choice and a comment.

I chose "who cares !", and left a comment. If the boy doesn't like it, tough.

He has cultivated an audience of admirers and defenders on this forum. His Daddy would probably box his ears.

Who are you Empty Sea? Some grandee from civilised parts, on a mission to protect your own, and strop an uncouth barbarian from the hinterland into line?

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but you seldom meet an old bold motorcyclist


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Originally Posted by Street Sniper View Post
had he known about throttle and break control ....

like how the bike decided to keep going ....

he should've learned a lesson from Biaggi and stayed on

Biaggi's Wheelie - YouTube
Max has a brass pair to be able to do that IMO. I'd have went down, leaving a trail of feces. That video still trips me out to this day. Frikkin' awesome.
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I love wheelies

Pretty easy to clutch up the little cbr, but bp has been more elusive.
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I'm still practicing clutch-up's in 1st riding slow. Quite easy with the 13T sprocket.

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