3 Advanced Wheelie Tips to Impress Your Riding Buddies!!
In this video, we're gonna show you three advanced wheely
tips. What's up. This is Tyler with AMX factory. We're gonna show you three semi dangerous, but fun wheely tips. Like subscribe and make sure you hit those bell notifications. So you can see when the next video comes out special. Thank you to our patrons for taking a little bit of their hard earned money in supporting our program.
We are given a dirt bike away, a Y Z 1 25. You wanna win that? Check out the link above or down below in the description. It'll both get you there. If you guys don't have a, a regular wheelie down this video, probably doesn't do much for you, but if you wanna learn a little. We've got plenty of wheely videos down in the description below with any of these tips, just take it all slow.
As far as the miles per hour go, we'll do another video on high speed wheelies and, and cool tips for that. That's much safer when you're going five miles an hour versus 30 miles an hour.
The first advanced tip is gonna be wheeling your dirt bike with one hand. And the reason. Is cool. And you need to know how to do it is because you can wave at your girlfriend as you're wheeling, and that will get you brownie point. You've gotta think about one important thing. You are now letting control of the clutch go.
So you've gotta be very, very, very careful with how much throttle you're giving and how much break you're giving and make sure you manage those in the balance point. The best that you can, uh, we should probably say, make sure you take your left hand off. If you take the right one off, that'd be super funny.
Send us a video. Think about this when you're wheeling get to the balance point as quickly as possible and be really good, staying there, squeeze the bike and engage core, be stable on the motorcycle while you're wheeling. One thing that I like to do when I'm wheeling with one arm is I'll take the handlebar and turn them all the way to the stopper.
That way I don't necessarily have to control exactly where the handlebar are. And that's really, if you're in a perfect balance point where you don't have to kind of maneuver the bike left or right to keep it straight, the throtle is a little closer to your. It's a little easier to hold on. If you don't have a real grippy seat or you have new gear a lot, like I do today, what I'll do is I'll take my foot and hook it underneath the foot peg to pull pressure to the bike, to keep from sliding up.
As soon as you let go of that hand, you have less grip strength on the handlebar. So the bodies wanted to go back and you're R inverted. So gravity, you pulling you back. It's nice to be able to hook your foot under there. Pull yourself to the bike and keep yourself upright rather than falling off the bat.
Second super sick wheely tip is gonna be 12 o'clock wheelies. I know you've seen them. I know you wanted to do 'em so here's your chance. The hard part about this is, is really your fear, right? Because when you're a 12 o'clock position, you do feel like you're gonna fall. And so. What you've gotta think about is you gotta have great, great break control and clutch control.
Cause your clutch has gotta come in without stalling the bike, because you do get on the back break rather hard. You kinda let the bike fall, fall, fall, and then back break. So you kind of wanna let the bike fall until you hear a little fender scrape. And then after that, the back break is gonna bring the front end back down.
We're gonna take this wheely as slow as possible. That way, if it goes. I don't have sore butt cheeks. I don't want you to have sore butt cheeks either. And that's from the heart. If you feel like you have to bail out of this position, you probably aren't ready to start trying this. When the back Bender's touching the ground, your back is only a foot off the ground.
The tendency will be to get off the bike when it's that far back. So it's really gonna be a thought. Process that you have to kind of take yourself to is like, okay, stay on, stay on, stay on control the brake, control the brake. If you're not extremely comfortable using the rear brake, don't even try this.
The third cool tip is gonna be wheeling over obstacles. And today we're gonna wheelie over a couple tabletops when you're going uphill. Wheeling, it's easier when you're going downhill wheeling, you've gotta work a little harder to keep the front end up. And then when you're on top, it's just like wheeling on flat ground.
So you just have to differentiate. Did I say that right? The different terrain that you're going up and down, right? So when you're going up, you've kind of got the terrain working with you as far as keeping the front end up. You're already going up the hill. So you're closer to a balanced point. Then when you're going down, it's the opposite.
So you have to have the front end up even higher than you would typically think about. And that is a very unnatural feeling. It feels like you're gonna loop it up because the ground visually is much further away from you when you're looking forward. So that's gonna be the hardest part of wheeling up and over something.
Is the going down. Another thing when you're wheeling over the top of. A top and you're approaching the downside of the landing. What you want to think about is having the wheel high enough when you reach the crest or the peak of the landing, and kind of try to coast the downside of that. So you're gonna have the front end.
I won't call it 12. O'clock not all the way up, but pretty close where you don't need any throttle and you don't hit the back break. You can slam it back down, going down the downside because the distance from your front tire to the. It's a lot greater. So you're gonna take the chance of slamming the slamming your arms off of the bike.
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