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Well i was watching a show today i think is called good day, im not sure. ANyways they were showing this older guy that has a wheelie school that teaches how to do wheelies, its in L. A and it looks like it's sponsonredd by kawasaki because all the bikes were kawasaki as well as the trailer.. what i dont understand why would kawasaki sponsored something like that. I dont have anything against wheelies, ( occasionally i try to do wheelies my self) but why would the promote something that wreckles like that. i was just wondering if any of you guys seen that today.
 

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It's keith Codes's wheelie school. He also has a racing and performance riding school. As for kawi i'm not sure if they do sponsor it or not. I know they use the bikes for there racing school too. As for the wheelie school, if you want to blow 500 bucks to learn how to wheelie go right ahead. Not for me though

It all makes Sense in my head
 

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I can see a reason for it. on the street it's hit or miss when you don't know how to properly do one. I know guys who have totalled brand new bikes doing this mess. The last guy flipped a 250 ninja, smashed his rear lights and it all came down hard on the right side. It's better to learn in a controlled environment where there isn't all those "real world" obstacles to damage you anymore after a fall.

Anybody catch Speed Channels dream rides episode? Keith Code was on that show with Dave Despain and Eric Bostrom. They took a ride down highway 1 to Laguna Seca. EBoz was on a green zx6r.
 
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