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    Wheelies n cops

    This fellas lucks worse than mine...http://youtu.be/sZBtP88wug8
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    What seems to be the problem officer???........

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    As a front line policeman mid seventies, I have been guilty of letting go a few wheelies with a warning " great wheelie, but don't do them around here when I'm working".
    I figured I'd have been a bit two faced booking for that.

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    And it's a shaftee...
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    Quote Originally Posted by banditrider View Post
    And it's a shaftee...
    Quite snatchy, those cop bikes.
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    Your link got me clicking away and I found another.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0C8VgUkNnsY

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    They count having the front wheel a few inches off the grount for a few seconds as a wheelie?

    I would have said the TT guys top that each race.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milts View Post
    I would have said the TT guys top that each race.
    Not a wheelie when both wheels are off the ground
    Quote Originally Posted by Jane Omorogbe from UK MSN on the KTM990SM
    It's barking mad and if it doesn't turn you into a complete loon within half an hour of cocking a leg over the lofty 875mm seat height, I'll eat my Arai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gremlin View Post
    Not a wheelie when both wheels are off the ground
    I don't remember getting airborne on the TT. What were you up to?

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    Is that a double wheelie then?

    I agree - needs to be a universally accepted minimum angle of motorcycle erectness before it becomes a wheelie. Otherwise it is a hover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milts View Post
    I would have said the TT guys top that each race.
    Quote Originally Posted by banditrider View Post
    I don't remember getting airborne on the TT. What were you up to?
    Mr Banditrider,

    Dear leader of our beloved NZ TT has clearly stated (frequently) it is NOT a race.

    That said, I have indeed had the BMW flying previously, but any such flight is shortlived, and long may it stay that way.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jane Omorogbe from UK MSN on the KTM990SM
    It's barking mad and if it doesn't turn you into a complete loon within half an hour of cocking a leg over the lofty 875mm seat height, I'll eat my Arai.

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    Exactly what is a "Professional Motorcyclist"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigadee View Post
    Exactly what is a "Professional Motorcyclist"?
    one that has a cunning plan on how to ride and get paid for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigadee View Post
    Exactly what is a "Professional Motorcyclist"?
    Big Dave???
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