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Hi, I read all the posts on how to wheelie, but I still can't get it moving.

I hold the clutch and take it up to 10,000 RPM and even all the way up to 11,000. The bike goes up and comes back down. Should I redline after I get the bike up?

I know I am launching correctly, but what technique should I use to get it moving?

I tried putting my left foot on the passenger peg, but my legs are to short.
 

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If you can wheelie that thing, you got my respect. Gearing should help alott thou. -1 front +2 rear should cost you about $100 and you dont need a new chain. Of course if you do need a new chain, then you might as well go overboard right?
 

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you can wheelie a zuma scooter more easily than that 250 (honestly zuma's are a blast!!!) anyway best thing you can do is clutch it up in 1st while jerking the $hit out of the front end. it will come up but 250's dont have shit for power to weight ratio and therfore are hard as shit to wheelie
 
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