I'd love to agree but the pick posted last week on the other board was awesomeFlyin' Dutchman said:Here... The best wheelie pic of the year.
Here's my brother on his Road King, 900 lbs in the air with the crack of the throttle while rolling, no clutch.tom said:how about some pics on bikes that are hard to wheelie>?
No clutch? I've ridden a hopped up road king and wouldn't wheelie if Evil Knievel was on the front and an elephant was on the back.Eazyluvin said:Here's my brother on his Road King, 900 lbs in the air with the crack of the throttle while rolling, no clutch.
That's an H2. Two-stroke triple 750. They're not very tall. I'll bet that dude had to swallow his nuts after that ride.XCabbieS said:Man, that second one is a full on "Oh Shit!" kind of a moment...
Either that bike is really damn tall, or that is one little rider..Im leaning toward the latter..
Yeah, No clutch. he'll gas it and let off while rolling 10-20 mph to have the frontend compress, then nail it and ride it out. The bills for the work done might better explain it. My brother and another buddy have the quick baggers around and the other guy is just naturally better at wheelies. I've seen him on one wheel for about a block, set it down for a red light, lift it right back up for another entire block (clutching). They are scary to ride with at about 2:10 am, but manage to keep it interesting. I will try to get some footage of him when summer rolls around, it's very impressive to say the least. It's fun to watch him do it, and almost equally as fun to watch people in cars that are witnessing it!Ed said:No clutch? I've ridden a hopped up road king and wouldn't wheelie if Evil Knievel was on the front and an elephant was on the back.