Learn about motorcycle power wheelies from a professional rider in this free bike stunt video.
We're talking about how we wheelie. All right, so now we're just going to talk about the basic power wheelie or the roll on wheelie. What you're going to do, is in first gear, you're going to ride your bike up to about five, six, seven RPMs, and what you're going to do is you're going to go ahead and just leave your hand here, like this. You're not going to grab your clutch or your brake. You're going to put your foot always covering your brake--just in case something should go wrong you can hit your back brake and bring yourself back down. But what you're going to do is you're going to ride here, you're going to ease onto your throttle, once you get up to about seven RPMs, you're going to let off your throttle real quick, and snap it back on to get it more gas. But at that same time what you're going to do, is you're going to lean forward, slightly bend your elbows, and snap it back like that. So you're going to try it again. You're going to ride, ride, ride, ease off, lean forward, and snap it back. And that's going to go ahead and bring your bike up into a power wheelie, and you just want to practice those nice and slow. Just bring it up about two inches, three inches, four inches, until you get comfortable with that, and just start bring it up higher. That's going to be your basic power wheelie.
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