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timed wheelie and endo?

so whats the deal with this? hows it done

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Rev Motor with clutch engaged - While revs are up, release clutch - Hit curb with front wheel raised - This will send you over the curb and cause your front end to dive - You can then choose to land it endo fashion or just wipe the fuck out

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- Never have been provided a chance to do so but would imagine that is how it would go down

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Rev Motor with clutch engaged - While revs are up, release clutch - Hit curb with front wheel raised - This will send you over the curb and cause your front end to dive - You can then choose to land it endo fashion or just wipe the fuck out
that is fricking choice
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Rev Motor with clutch engaged - While revs are up, release clutch - Hit curb with front wheel raised - This will send you over the curb and cause your front end to dive - You can then choose to land it endo fashion or just wipe the fuck out
nono, gotta hit the rear brakes so you start the endo before back wheel hits curb... then get some sweet slomotion shot of the tire mising it by a few millimeters

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Since this was my idea to begin with, I'll explain.

Bug was close, but the problem is your back wheel could still end up damaged from the impact against the curb. The key is shifting your weight. Pop the front end up before you hit the curb and as soon as the center line of your front wheel clears the curb, THROW your weight forward as hard as you can against the bars. If done with precision, it will force the rear tire up off the ground just in time for it to clear the curb.

Now this isn't a stunt to show off with, but more of an evasive action. The front wheel only needs to get precisely 2 feet off the ground, otherwise damage can occur when slamming the front down.
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Holy shit, are you trying to say you can bunny hop a motor cycle? I gotta see this one




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sounds more like the "bronco" as opposed to the bunny hop since you're doing the front wheel first, then the rear
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Anybody gotta fiddy I can borrow? And maybe a fifth of Jack?
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Bug was close, but the problem is your back wheel could still end up damaged from the impact against the curb. The key is shifting your weight. Pop the front end up before you hit the curb and as soon as the center line of your front wheel clears the curb, THROW your weight forward as hard as you can against the bars. If done with precision, it will force the rear tire up off the ground just in time for it to clear the curb..
And when both wheels are in mid air, shift your weight to the side and turn the afore mentioned bunny hop into a J Hop freaky naughty style

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And when both wheels are in mid air, shift your weight to the side and turn the afore mentioned bunny hop into a J Hop freaky naughty style


And once you land that and go off the other side of the curb, pull in the clutch, pin the throttle and pop the clutch while leaning back as far as possible. I did it once and executed a perfect backflip.
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And once you land that and go off the other side of the curb, pull in the clutch, pin the throttle and pop the clutch while leaning back as far as possible. I did it once and executed a perfect backflip.
To be total pimp - Do all the above in nothing but a banana hammock, some flip flops and a pair of Ray Ban Aviaters

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To be total pimp - Do all the above in nothing but a banana hammock, some flip flops and a pair of Ray Ban Aviaters
I prefer a leopard print thong, but it all comes down to personal preferences
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My cousin does this trick on his R1 he learned out in PA (i guess the road's there suck ass). He does it on speed bumps, when going over one, right before the rear wheel hits the bump, he'll gas the hell out of it sending the bike straight up, lifting both wheels off the ground. Fucking bad ass. Been trying ever since (1 year now) and i've yet to master the move. Damn it. I need a liter bike.

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