Learn how to pop a standing motorcycle wheelie from a professional rider in this free bike stunt video.
We're talking about how we wheelie. The stand-up wheelie has a bunch of different variations. You can go ahead and stand up on either your front two pegs, like this. You can go ahead and do one in the front, and one in the back. It's moving your left foot to the back peg here, but leaving your right foot covering the brake on this side. So you're going to be holding this position. You can also do where you have both feet on the back pegs. This one is not as safe, because you're not really covering your back brake at this point, unless you have a rear handbrake on your actual hand right here--on your left hand side. You can mount those up there. But we don't have one of this bike, so we're going ahead and just stick with a couple of different variations where we have our back foot covered with that brake. The other variation is where you have your one foot planted on the back of your seat, like this, and the other foot covering our rear brake like that. There's one more, where you go ahead and put your foot in the 12-bar here, right on that 12-bar, then you bring it up. Again, your foot is covering your back brake here.
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