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that thing sucks. I tried it any it was way easier than doing a real wheelie. It is like doing a wheelie on a perfectly smooth road, wth no wind, no pot holes, and you cant learn how to manuver left to right.
 

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well the video doesnt work for me at work all i can see is like a picture of an old dude on a wheelie with something supporting the bike, anyone tell me more please
 

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It's a device that holds a bike by the swingarm through the axel. The rear wheel sits on a drum like a dyno, this allows you to pull up a wheelie and ride it as you would need to do on the road. It should help lear throttle control and finding bp.
 

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until the p.o.s breaks and you go flying lol.



I doubt it would break honestly, I'm sure their lawyers told them they would be in a world of shit if they didnt make it pretty tough, but still, I would laugh till I cried if I ever saw a squid video where one broke loose.

Not to mention it costs more than just buying a stunt bike and learning yourself in a parking lot.

17 thousand? lol.
 

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not saying buy one but take a few runs on one and enjoy it. Just get used to bp and what speeds/throttle you need to clutch it up in each gear.
 

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i think its better to practice wheelies in a real life situation. get used to all the variables.
 

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on bikes its the same idea with the back break except the lever is where the front break would be haha, just feather the back break and pedel at a constant speed and u can clear blocks on one wheel, alot more work than a bike im sure. havent pulled my 600rr up yet but i plan on trying in some lots, geared of course once i get my licence haha. but yeah bikes are fun and a great way to stay in shape =)
 
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