Learn why you should start with small motorcycle wheelies first 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, whenever we practice wheelies, we're never just going, jumping on the bike and cracking it up and bringing it up to 12 o'clock every single time. If we're learning a new wheelie, we always start small. You always work your way up. So you're going to start with bringing it up about two inches, three inches, four inches, and just be comfortable with it. So, when we're going out there to practice, we're just going to practice nice and small, bringing it up and bring it back down. Bringing it up a little bit higher, bring it back down. Until we're comfortable with that same motion every single time, bringing it back up and back down, and then we can start bringing it up a little bit higher to where we're more comfortable holding it up. So we don't want to just overpower ourselves, because that could cause us to crash. So we just want to work within our abilities, work within our comfort zone, and we'll work from there.
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