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You've gotta see this. This is one lucky dude.

http://www.tl1000.com/video/amhangon.avi

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If you like that check this out:

https://www.sportbikeworld.com/showth...&threadid=9892



Sorry, I didn't know it had already been posted before. MY BAD

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DAMN, now that was a save! It ranks up there with the "beyond-vertical" wheelie that i believe Miguel or Pascal (?) saved a few years back.

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DAMN, now that was a save! It ranks up there with the "beyond-vertical" wheelie that i believe Miguel or Pascal (?) saved a few years back.

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Your welcome. I think the vertical wheelie was Max Biaggi on the GP bike.

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Your welcome. I think the vertical wheelie was Max Biaggi on the GP bike.
yes it was, on a GP2500 Yummyha
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Thanks, i wasnt sure who it was.
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yes it was, on a GP2500 Yummyha
I had no idea Yamaha made a 2500. Must be huge!

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https://www.sportbikeworld.com/showth...&threadid=9892


That video with the wheelie is under that link under my posting... that's unreal too, I think you can see him jabbing on the rear brake to get it down!

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