Beginner slow wheelies 1st day
This is me practicing slow wheelies for the first time. I'm trying to get
the feel for the balance point. The bike's a '93 CBR600. Since the video, I
have taken off the instrument panel, so it won't keep getting messed up,
and it looks a lot better. Any tips or advice would be great. I don't even
bother going fast while doing a wheelie, because I think slow controlled
wheelies are cooler, and better to learn on. Plus I'm not even old enough
to ride on the street, and parking lots aren't that big. Also, I want to
compete when I get good, and I'll need to know slow wheelies more than fast
ones. That was my third crash that day, but the bike's alright, and I am
too since I was wearing gear. I also have an Icon spine protector under the
Alpine jacket. And I'll have more videos up later of progress.
[Докатились!] Тест драйв Kawasaki ZX6R. Последний из Могикан.
Детальный обзор Kawasaki ZX6R http://youtu.be/edsmOkPdR4Y
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05-06 Kawasaki ZX6R Motorcycle
Short video of one of the last rides at night with my bike before the
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Kawasaki ZX-6R Topspeed GoPro HD
Die Kupplung hatte ca 50.000 Kilometer runter, als dieses Video gemacht
wurde. Hat also nichts mit Unfähigkeit zum Schalten zu tun.
The cluth had about 30.000 miles on it when this video was made. So it
doesn´t have anything to do with my shifting skills.
Kawasaki's 636! Riding the Refined 2013 ZX-6R - On Two Wheels Episode 23
On this episode of On Two Wheels, Sport Rider Magazine's Bradley Adams
takes a closer look at the 2013 Kawasaki ZX-6R and sees how it separates
itself from the 2012 ZX-6R. Team Green has taken a completely different
approach to the design of its new middleweight powerhouse; but do the many
changes, including a 37cc bump in displacement, Nissin monobloc brakes and
Showa Separate Function Big Piston fork, combine to make a noticeable
difference at the track or on the street?
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