The frame got done in FL, it cost around $2,000 but I dont think the company is doing frames anymore, they still do fairings like my lower. It will come off if the frame hits the ground. The cage protects the frame and engine, the front fairing will still hit.
I have been riding for awhile. I got my first bike for my 5th birthday and I turn 25 in Sept. To be a good riders all it takes is practice, riding time, and you have have to learn from your mistakes and know your limits. The main thing is knowing your bike and being comfortable on it and dont rush. I learned to ride dirt bikes and raced them then went to streetbikes. Doing stunts and being a good rider are two seperate things. You can be able to do 12's and all kinds of stunts but that doesnt make you a good rider. Stunting and riding are completly differnt to me.
Wow miny those look pretty bad ass man. I been riding for about a year and a half and still not know how to do a wheelie. It's cool cause I rather watch people do things like that and maybe one day learn. I love my bike too much for me to drop it or have something happen to it.
Back to the drawing board for me then lol .. here was me thinking lifting the front a couple of feet up and holding it was good lol .. suitably chastised I shall return to the drawing board for more practice... what sprockets you running on the 6R btw .. nice work though
To get it over, I push it to the side and as the bike falls pull in the clutch and let start to roll, kinda doing a half circle if that makes sence.
The tire has about 15psi, the less air the more stable doing slow wheelies and easier to learn in the begining.
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