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Flynbyu said:
Are you located in the middle of f*cking no where?

Holy crap, you passed ONE car in three minutes!

Sweet a** video man.

Welcome to the forum.

~Brian
:lol: i cant see the vid (dial up) but sounds like my area

hopefully i have time to watch it at work, sounds intresting
 

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Nice wheelie, those road signs sure like they are from Manitoba Canada.
 

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alright well i didnt feel like waiting so i let it load (30 mins later) great video :thumbsup:

bet it got tiring after awhile :lol:
 

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Damn I need to find somewhere round here to give it a try......on a streetbike it was 6.2 miles, talk about arm cramps
 

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I've got a vid of a bullet bike that when the video starts, the rider is already up on one... and he rides it for 12 min and 30 sec. He even signals his lane changes... as he rides down the freeway. It's good for a laugh.
-SS
 

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can some1 host it on something else like windows media player, i cant view the video
 

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The longest wheelie ever recorded on two wheels was a staggering 137 miles by Jean-Pierre Goy. The same stunt rider that was featured in the James Bond movie, "Tomorrow Never Dies".

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sweet video man,looking forward to your next one. :thumbsup:
 

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Very cool man 8)

I'm not all that great with wheelies yet, but curious about being able to turn with a quad? On a bike you just lean, can you do the same on a quad to turn some? Since this was just a straight shot, I'm curious if you can indeed turn very easy when wheelie-ing on a quad.
 

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Yes, just lean in the direction you want to turn. I have passed cars by doing it but not on video yet. also shift you weight back and keep the the front lower to build up rpm's and speed without flipping over.

My arms were getting sore after 3 minutes...137 miles!!!
 

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that put me to shame. We use to do stand up wheelies on the yfz's in 5th gear with 15T front sprockets....ride them for about 1 mile...or approx 1-1.5 minutes!

Havnt tried real long ones on the 700....I know I cant wheelie 5th though.....only 1-4
 
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