i'll post up hopefully after this weekend. i'm a newbie to wheelies but you should get to see some pussy ass 1st gear power wheelies. :nutkick some nice nut crunchers on the 636...doesn't matter how easy ya setter down, it's pressure. :lao it's pain. but i'm addicted nonetheless.
p.s.-hey lewisville, how did that feel goin down in the shorts and short sleeve shirt?
It feels great! That was from juliy 7th. - Broken collar bone, fractured scapula, and road rash on my leg and left arm. I should be riding again, ooooohhhh about next summer. Sad part is, I was selling that bike so I could buy a stunt bike. Looks like I got one now! Actually, I'm fixing it and painting it and willl sell next year. But, yeah, wear your gear if you plan on doing crazy stuff, even though it was 95 degrees out.
anyone got a suggestion for a digi cam (vid) that's cheap but good enough quality to run at night both from the bike and a "chase cam bike" ? also, any suggestions on where to get a tank mount? all i got is a digi camera (photo), but it cant retain picture if im over 15mph =\
i dont like lowering my tire pressure so faster feels more stable for me. i can use my pegs as rudders. you wont see me carry a wheelie under 35mph for more than a pop. i end up coming up sideways. over 35 and i can keep it stable or atleast correct it.
the right lane at the top of hte hill is destroyed. that road is horrible. if u look at the ground just after i pass, you can see the lane is fugged up.
we had cars parked on the other side of hill blocking traffic with a guys wife there to let people through. there's only 6 homes on that road and we're toward the end so only 2 homes that are behind us so 'policing' traffic isnt a big issue.