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How To: Wheelie

This is a video on how to wheelie. Thanks for watching and hope this helped! Panasonic HDC-TM55 used to film and iMovie '09 to edit.

11 Comments

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 I think the QR is just clamped downward rather than the most common upward position. Morsinator: you should clamp it upward to avoid 'snagging' it on the trail (i.e. banging it on a rock in that position will loosen it and you could get wrecked hard whereas upward clamping would simply cause it to tighten if banged on a rock or similar). Great vid btw. I suck at both wheelies and trackstands. You make both look second nature.

A.
  • + 1
 Thank you for the props on the video! You're very correct about the quick release being pointed down. The weekend after this video was shot I learned that it should be in the upward position to, like you said, avoid rocks and other things on the trail! Thanks again, and my track stand video should be up soon! Have a good one!
  • + 2
 I meant to post this above -
bikebarnracing.com/how-to/all-about-quick-release-wheel-skewers-pg55.htm
(forgot how to embed the html sorry).

look at the animated sequence and compare your setup in the video. I assume that your QR read 'locked' and was upside down. If it read open, you might have risked a trip to the dentist (you mentioned trials riding so I would pay close attention to that QR or consider a solid TA interface). Anyway...

A.
  • + 5
 loadddddddd and pop!!! hahaha nice video though
  • + 1
 Thank you, I hoped it helped!
  • + 4
 Thank you so much your video is very good and helpe me.
  • + 1
 @yongtti Your welcome! Definitely glad to help and friend me to check out the other videos coming soon!
  • + 2
 i mean your front skeer is loose/coming off in the last scene of the video
  • + 1
 Skewer.
  • + 1
 looks like his front skewer is coming off
  • + 1
 Thanks, just noticed it!

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