Thanks! I'll try it in a safe areaMake sure to be geared up from head to toe so when you inevitably fall it hurts less.
Drive off slowly, gear 2, clutch in, rev it and dump the clutch, and keep the throttle open. If you wanna lower the bike a bit without losing the wheelie use your rear brake.
Great idea, dirt bikes are relatively cheap to fix if you crash it. Great friend you have!!!Hey I forgot about this thread sorry -.- My friend is actually going to lend me his dirtbike soon and teach me how to do wheelies on that! I'm tentative about trying on my bike before knowing what I'm doing
Agreed, I dont think 2nd has the power to pop the front wheel up. But rather start in 2nd, then go to 1st.Yes, great using a dirt bike first. Going on grass would be much better than road of course.
When back on your 400 I think you'll need to be in 1st not 2nd but let us know...