Here's one of the tons of videos on youtube:
Here's a testimonial:
It may behoove you to look up wheelie schools in your area. Yeah, such things were self learned in the old days but you don't really want to tear up the suspension or drop your new MV...
Everyone is different and I can only go on personal experience, but I taught myself and how I now teach others is as follows:-Hi, got a dragster RR. And want to learn how to wheelie the bike whitout ending up wrecking it on a track.
Can some more experienced help me on some tips on how to start ? <img src="http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
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???...something about taking advice from a guy with the moniker of "HIGHSIDE"...!<img src="http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/images/smilies/smoking.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smoking" class="inlineimg" /><img src="http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/images/smilies/wave.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wave" class="inlineimg" />
You cant wheelie.... and what to start practicing and learning that on a Dragster 800.
Side note....turn traction control OFF. As soon as the ECU senses rear wheel speed is higher than front wheel it is going to cut power and the front wheel is coming down. Now. If you get it up at all.
First thing that came to your mind was wheeling as a rookie rider....with such a powerful motorcycle....Jupp. Its what i got
I understand That bikes are alot cheaper in other countrys. Here whete i live my 2015 dra RR cost $20.000 xD so am not trying to wreck it my first week
Third on dirt bike advice: something light and reasonable. A pitfall is slamming a bike down hard after a wheelie and doing significant damage, and possibly losing control. In my opinion: save it for the track or off road.