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Thread: How to wheelie an offroad bike

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    Default How to wheelie an offroad bike

    Useful info for beginner offroad riders.


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    Default How to wheelie an offroad bike

    Nice tutorial.
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    Another good vid.


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    Default How to wheelie an offroad bike

    This is a good one too. Covers lots of different techniques in detail (wheelie, stoppie, clearing obstacles):


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    Spent a lot of time today trying to wheelie. My two biggest handicaps were fear and a really weak left index finger. Following the guy in the video's instructions I starting using the clutch with only my index finger. To be honest, it was necessary because trying to get a decent pull on the handlebars with only the ring and little fingers was very difficult. However, my index finger was burning with the pain of overuse, so I had to take a lot of time out for it to recover. I did manage to get a feel for getting the front wheel off the ground, the few times I actually managed it.


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