Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Springfield, OH
What year is your bike? I had a '92 CBR600 that would power up in 1st, and just about any 600 from the last 15 years should be able to do it. I am inclined to believe that it is your body positioning (as Vash hinted) that is keeping the bike from coming up. If you get rolling and get the revs up to where it's making power (usually on the high side of 7K rpms or thereabout) and close the throttle briefly and then crack it back open all the way, the front should come up. But if you're sitting forward and locking your arms, you will have a very hard time doing it.
That being said, if you are on here asking how, that is a very strong indicator that you do not know enough about your bike, or riding in general, to be doing stunts yet. So I would say get another season or two under your belt and learn what your bike is capable of doing on 2 wheels before you set off on just 1.
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