Where can I get one of these?Get yourself a little 50cc dirt bike to learn on and you'll be holding balance point in just a few sessions. It's all about getting comfortable with feathering your rear brake and being smooth with your throttle hand. I have a chinese crf50 clone that I practice on constantly, I can hold a wheelie in second or third gear for a few hundred meters easily. Custom widened/long seat, custom handbrake, oversize sprocket, welded rear pegs, repacked muffler, street tires, heavy duty shock, and a few other goodies. Just the basics really. Oil change every 4 hours, there's gotta be 50+ hours on it and still runs great. No clue how old it is but I paid $50 and it came with a 4-speed and a front disc conversion
It's a King Julian reference, sarcasm. I'm sure they are, never seen one in Canada though.No you don't, I used to have a lemur. Very intelligent and social animals.
Let me know if you want to try a trials bike some time, I can probably hook you up.
Ouch. You seem to be very stressed about this. Have you considered getting a Trials bike to help you manage your frustration about this.........Off topic, this Trials guy is always bringing Trials bikes into every post. Insurance problem, get a Trials. Wheelie, Get a Trials. Had an accident, Get a Trials, getting old, Get a Trials, Keep burning your toast, get a Trials. Not everyone wants, is interested in, or likes Trials bikes. Might as well tell the OP to use a bicycle to learn how to keep a wheelie on. I Like a lot of your advise and thoughts, thought it starts to feel like a YouTube video where at the end there's a sponsor shout out, just instead with a Trials bike mention.