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about the first vid, is he on a zx10 cause my 600 cant not power up like that by just rolling on
His bike may be lower geared, perhaps; but honestly I believe from personal experience that if your sitting just right and have proper throttle control with correct body input, you can throttle anything up that has moderate power, down to an XR50.

Once you know how to get it up well, you can drop your rear sprocket's teeth to where you cant power up so much but you have longer wider gears. So you feather the clutch and slip it up; finding yourself with a more useable gear for maintaining the wheelie.
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Pretty good video on how to wheelie:


After that, here is a guy putting these tips to use. He doesn't attempt the actual wheelie until about 4:00 in.


Other than that, I like the other sticky in this section. Good read:

https://www.sportbikes.net/forums/stu...-wheelies.html

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what is the trick to getting your bike to pop a wheel if it is a 600 or lower. I have a 600 and I seen videos where they say all you have to do is pick up speed real quick and your bike will automatically pick up front wheel. My response is sh****t. not on my 600 maybe a 750 and up but no look in that department for me. Is it possible that I have to pop the clutch to do so or do I need way more practice?
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u gotta slow down to about 5 mph, put it in first gear, put in the clutch, redline the engine then let out the clutch
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u gotta slow down to about 5 mph, put it in first gear, put in the clutch, redline the engine then let out the clutch
Don't do that, might end up looping if you dump the clutch too fast. Look up some videos on youtube if you really want to learn. Most of the time you just hit the gas hard at the right speed in first or second gear. Find a parking lot that's big and empty to practice.


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I was just joking man lol...
even if you were I have already tried that and my bike just wont do it. I have fallen off a ninja a long time ago and that is exactly what I did. However I was able to bring it back down and wobble into a full crash while avoiding the house that I was heading for.
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what is the trick to getting your bike to pop a wheel if it is a 600 or lower. I have a 600 and I seen videos where they say all you have to do is pick up speed real quick and your bike will automatically pick up front wheel. My response is sh****t. not on my 600 maybe a 750 and up but no look in that department for me. Is it possible that I have to pop the clutch to do so or do I need way more practice?


1st gear. Clutch out. Accelerate to about 50 mph, cut throttle

coast down to about 30 mph, give it full throttle

Front end should pick right up


Back in the day my 1979 CB650 could easily do this, so I know your bike can
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u gotta slow down to about 5 mph, put it in first gear, put in the clutch, redline the engine then let out the clutch
This might be one of the greatest posts ever LOL.

Some pretty cool videos here!

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That is a great wheelie video! Wow, good, easy stuff!

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