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Old 06-26-08, 08:08 AM
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wheelie on kent bike

I am new to this bike community and want to say hi to all those people = )
Ok so i have a Kent bmx freestyle bike and im trying to do a wheelie on it i have my pedals 75degrees and i lift my handel bars up and try to peddle but fall right back down i lean back it makes no diffrence and im not weak i am not strong so i am strong enought to lift my wheel up but i cant get the balance to start pedaling when i put my wheel up so what am i appose to do any advice ?
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I pedal first and then pull up, or pull up when I start pedaling.
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I pedal first and then pull up, or pull up when I start pedaling.
Yep pedal in to it.
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Just work on manuals instead. Don't pedal at all in it.
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lol i really wana learn how to wheelie so i lifted my seat up alot and i aline my pedals 75 degress then i lift my wheel up and stand uup and pedal but i fall right back down and my hands are like bleeding and hurt alot can any advice
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Read above post, your doing it wrong.
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Yep pedal in to it.

Pedal in to it.
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