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    Wheelie

    I really want to learn how to wheelie on my rc8. Any help or seasonable suggestions?

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    Practice on someone elses bike 😁
    Though are wheelie schools around the country, try there?

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    Yeah trying to find a wheelie school close to scotland

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    I don't think learning to wheelie on an RC8 is the smartest thing you could do......
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    Just checked the spec of your bike "Maximum Power‎: ‎173 Bhp @ 10250 rpm" and you want to learn to wheelie, really?
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    Teenage Moto
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    I've heard that if you sit far back on the rear and hold the clutch in, and rev it till it hits the limiter for 3-4 seconds and then dump the clutch it will more than likely lift the front wheel.....................

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    Quote Originally Posted by enduro boy View Post
    I've heard that if you sit far back on the rear and hold the clutch in, and rev it till it hits the limiter for 3-4 seconds and then dump the clutch it will more than likely lift the front wheel.....................
    that would be wheely silly..

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    Learn to wheelie a push bike....then dirt bike. I never balance wheelie after an incident over a bridge.... I cant now any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enduro boy View Post
    I've heard that if you sit far back on the rear and hold the clutch in, and rev it till it hits the limiter for 3-4 seconds and then dump the clutch it will more than likely lift the front wheel.....................
    that's how you do a burnout.......surely.

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    It takes years of experience and practice....don't bother ...you will fall off at some point
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