Learn about a motorcycle's twelve o'clock bar from a professional stunt man in this free bike stunt video on how to pop a wheelie.
We're talking about how we wheelie. All right, now we're going to talk about the 12 o'clock bar. This is used for stunting--more advanced stunting when you're actually hitting the tail on your bike, you're going to want something that's going to protect your sub-frame. You want to come on over here and take a look. This bike has actually been hit all the way on its plastics before we had the 12-bar, so the plastics up here are cracked, so this bar actually protects our plastics up here from getting cracked, and our sub-frame from getting bent. What we had to do was we actually had to take off this whole thing and mount it to the sub-frame, drill some holes in there, mount it to the sub-frame, cut these plastics out to allow the metal to come out here, and that keeps it pretty secure on there. We can melt the melt the plastics back around it. Normally, you wouldn't have to cut this off, but we kind of cracked the plastics by hitting the ground with the tail, so we had to work around that.
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