This is not the only way this is just how I learned.
You need a clear area flat or slight up hill slope.
Sit down wheelies
Sit on your bike with your weight Slightly rear on the seat, and your right toe on the brake pedal make sure you have your rear brake adjusted properly as per your workshop manual.
Lean forward and compress the front suspension as it rebounds pop the clutch with a little revs at the same time and lean back, as the front comes up, even if only a little tap the rear brake and make it come back down quickly.
Keep doing this over and over again until you have learnt to cover the rear brake to stop looping out.
As you start to gain confidence, practice going higher and longer distances, if you have practiced the rear brake covering enough it will become instinct to hit it before looping out.
Stand up wheelies
Stand up wheelies are basically the same this time be rolling slowly have you weight centered jump downward on the suspension as it rebounds up move you weight rear and pop the clutch slightly while applying a little throttle.
As the bike comes up quick tap of the rear brake and it will come back down same thing just keep repeating it over and over again until it becomes second nature.
The more you practice the closer to balance point you will be able to get and the slower you will be able to do them, just be patient it is going to take a bit of practice.
If your having a bit of trouble with the clutch try adjusting your lever so that it engages not far from when its left the bars, that will make it a little bit easier to control.
The more you practice the closer to balance point you will be able to get and the slower you will be able to do them, just be patient though it’s going to take a bit of time and a bit of practice to get them right.
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