Do the complete, exact opposite of the maneuver discussed in this article. Only do this trick on flat ground, never on hills unless you want to flip it and look stupid!
Not Helpful 0 Helpful 4. Keep holding the front brake lever until you wanna go back down to ground level.
As for the proper technique, try leaning forward a little bit harder. Edit Related wikiHows.
Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. Put the engine to second gear for a better result. Pull the brakes harder; weight only plays a tiny role when doing a stoppie.
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Do not to push the front brake really hard. It is possible, but I have not mastered it yet.
Not Helpful 1 Helpful 2. What I personally do is turn off the ABS by disconnecting the fuse, or reprogramming the electronics in the braking system. How do I wheelie in a normal 100cc bike? Not Helpful 6 Helpful 28.
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