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Old 12-21-2008, 04:46 PM   #1
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Help wheelie my earox :D

Help plz, i have got a aerox 70cc and ever time i try a wheelie i seem to fall off the back and the bike falls over obv, or other time i just cant get it on to the wheelie, and if i do manage to get it up any stay on it i can only hold it up for a few meters n then it just goes back down

wat am i doing wrong any tips plz

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Old 12-21-2008, 04:58 PM   #2
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use that brake thing where your right foot is... if you start to fall over backwards push on it till it brings you back down. if that doesnt work the just park it
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Old 12-22-2008, 02:50 AM   #3
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i havent got a brake at my foot but a gessing u mean the back break :D
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Re: Help wheelie my earox :D

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use that brake thing where your right foot is... if you start to fall over backwards push on it till it brings you back down. if that doesnt work the just park it
The aerox is a scoote man...
But your he is right...but you use that brake thing where your left hand is!!!
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Re: Help wheelie my earox :D

firstly got some harder springs for your clutch or buy new malossi dela clutch is the best... after that chek your brake is it work ok and train hard there is no problem in the scoot the problem is you..
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Re: Help wheelie my earox :D

naw man heres what you do, just ship the Aerox to me, Ill do ya a favor and take it off your hands, then bite the bullet and go get a different scooter
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Re: Help wheelie my earox :D

First of all, always have 2 fingers on your rear brake! Make it a default when riding.

I started by putting my legs down to the ground and then drive and pull up the scooter.
That way you can't tip to the side, you only have to focus on the vertical.

But be careful! If you give it too much throttle and can feel that you're gonna overwheelie. You will seriously crash, because it's much easier to overwheelie with your legs down.

When you think you got that thing going pretty good, start by putting one of your legs to the footpad and then try wheelie again.

No matter how boring or hopeless it seems, you just have to practice alot more
Everyone who can wheelie really good have all been there!

Practice, Practice and Jerking around on you scooter is a great way to learn the limits and stuff about you scooter!

Sorry for my bad english!

Greetings Mark!
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