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MCN video guide: How to wheelie

For most of us, if we had to name one thing we'd like to be able to do on a bike, it's pull wheelies. In this latest MCN video guide, senior road tester Michael Neeves talks you through his wheelie method in a step-by-step easy to understand format. Our onboard cameras give you a new look at how it's done, as Neeves...

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Sep 07

Posts: 63

Squashed_Fly says:

Good vid, tight leathers...

Great advice. Is it just me though, or is Neevesy looking a bit 'fuller of figure' than his last wheelie and knee down vids? ;)

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Oct 10

Posts: 306

Cyclonite says:


did look a wee bit tighter and i must say i did like the warning at the beginning of the video. are accidental wheelies illegal. e.g. too much throttle coming out of a corner or at the lights?

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Oct 10

Posts: 306

Cyclonite says:

previous comment

well i know theyre equally illegal but would a copper let you off with a warning?

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Mar 07

Posts: 1464

joeslow says:

Good Video

Lets hope some of the advice stops wannabe wheelie boys from chucking it down the road (private road of course).

As for the leathers, I guess lots of riders have this problem after christmas. Just cut down on the pies lads is all I can recommend .


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Aug 02

Posts: 3261

eatcs01 says:

tight leathers

Probably a big jumper, rather than pies & pints. Maybe ;-)

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Mar 10

Posts: 1032

bmwgs says:


it be good to do that off road. if u do wheelies on the road then u can be done for danages riding and more

or end up on ur ass lol

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Jun 07

Posts: 59

potfiller says:

And the gaffa tape story is...

Love the gaffa tape on the Suzuki fairing - was this from " One I prepared earlier ? "

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Mar 08

Posts: 27

Georg3 says:

I think it was just where they had taped the camera mount onto the bike, looks a lot like that at about the 5 minute mark.

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Jun 10

Posts: 49

CobbZ says:

really helpful video

I've recently bought a Bandit 1200, so i'm paying attention to the big naked section... I've done a few small power wheelies, but always get terrified and bottle it. Never been confident enough to keep the throttle open. This clutch technique looks REALLY useful. Great video MCN!!

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Jan 11

Posts: 19

180bandit says:

Arghhh I wanna add this to my arsenal

This is one aspect of my riding that I never focus on. I'm great at power wheelies, but for some reason my coordination of revving and clutching in is so off. Prob because I just don't try enough, too busy ripping up twisties in Malibu, CA. This is a pretty good video, I'll study it some more. And make more attempts once I get my bike out of the impound.LMAO

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