Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: BackWoodz, SOUTH CAROLINA
You can wheelie TeenWolf, you just don't know that yet. There is a mental block in your brain that comes from fear. The fear of falling off backwards and possible hurting yourself or the quad. Just practice everyday. First gear is really touchy, so I suggest 2cnd for starters. Personally, I find it easier to learn standing up as opposed to sitting. Just keep popping it up, and use the throttle to ride it out as long as you can. As the quad falls down in the front, you will instinctively gas it to bring it back up. This method is right, but throttle only goes so far when trying to wheelie.
You have to find the balance point. It's scary at first, because when you do find it, you feel as if the quad is way too high, and about to tip over. You'll know it when you get there, because the quad feels weightless, and at this point, you are still using throttle and brake, but the main objective is to "BALANCE" yourself .
Try starting with left knee on seat. Left foot in grab bar, and right leg in straight position covering brake. May take 2 weeks, may take 2 months, but eventually you'll get it.
Converted to 450
still Yamaha though