Learn about closed course motorcycle stunting in this free bike video on how to pop a wheelie.
We're talking about how we wheelie. All right, now we're going to talk about the riding area. Right now we have a private area that we're using. You shouldn't ever ride or stunt or do anything without permission from the owners beforehand. You can get in a lot of trouble, and just really having a quick fun, but then eventually getting yourself into trouble. So, right here, we're at a place where we have permission. Signed waivers over here from the actual owner, and that's our page over here that says we're liable for any damage we cause, and we'll take care of any damages and so forth, and we're not going to sue him should we get in any accidents or anything. The other thing is safety of other drivers and people around you. You're not going to want to go ahead and just do a wheelie where you're going to crash into a car, or you could hit somebody else. The other thing is it's illegal. You don't want to get pulled over by a police officer. Like I said, you'll have a quick, short fun, but then eventually you're going to either lose your license, go to jail, so it's not worth it. Just go to a private area where you have permission around your town somewhere.
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