Me and Andy had a blast tonight on the fiddy's. First time I attempted stoppies and they were kind of rolling... a bit. Andy and I are pretty much at the same level on stoppies...
Watch out for that... Anyway, getting it up is pretty much a finesse thing. You can pull up hard on the bars but that doesn't always do the best job. Just kind of goose it and pull a little from really low rpms in first and it comes right up. I just can't keep it straight with my feet on the pegs.Moses said:but it was pretty easy to get it up when shifting from 1st to 2nd with your weight back a bit.
They come in tomorrow... along with stiff springs all around so my fat ass doesn't squash the bike anymore.Moses said:I just looked at your pics again. Have either of you thought about swapping out the tires for more streetable ones?
I rode one the other weekend and it was so much nicer. I was told that it can be done for under $30 in most cases.
Stop this :bs ...tell me what you got :twofingerdavisa said:bump... i just thought maybe if i brought this thread back up, some people would be interested in buying a fiddy and having fun.