Learn about quad wheelies from a professional stunt man in this free bike stunt video on how to pop a wheelie.
We're talking about how we wheelie. Another good way to practice wheelies is on a quad. It's a really, it's a big machine, it's got a lot more weight to it, but it's a lot easier to keep up and not fall over on. We don't have to worry about falling over left and right with a quad because we've got these two back wheels, obviously, and should it go past the balance point, we always have the bar and the back that's going to keep us from flipping over. So once it hits that bar, it's going to stop, and chances are it's not going to flip over again. So, this is a great way to practice. Again, you can practice the same type of wheelies. You can practice stand up here like this. You can practice sit downs. You can practice with that one foot up here. You can practice two foot seat centers, along with other tricks. You can practice your high chairs, fifty-fifties, spreaders, all those kind of fun wheelies too.
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