I'm in that same minority.. not on an open street, and not in a tee shirt and ball cap even on a closed course!! Oh.. oh yeah and not on a $35,000 bike unless it's owned by a sponsor.I must be in the minority....I think that guy is a fool. I wont deny his ability...but that kind of riding should not be performed on public streets. No matter how talented you are. There are other people on the road to consider.
You may be right but I seriously doubt that rear tire is 10-15 lbs low. That's half the tire pressure. It that were the case it would be more obvious in the video.It doesn't HAVE to have engine work done to pull it it up.
It's technique, and about 10-15 less lbs in the rear tire that makes it happen.
Not so good of a thinker.
Take it Off the streets...
If I saw a guy riding like that I'd just watch the show. Butt hey, I'm glad to know there are the more upstanding and straight laced citizens hereWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW !! I'm impressed.I'll give him 5 dollars for that machine,or should I say,what's left of it after he's finished performing his little dog and pony show !! And then,he'll bring it back to the dealership and complain about all these problems this "lemon" has suddenly developed.
And then, there's a time and a place to play squirrel like he's doin,but it's NOT on a public street.If any of us saw that,that machine would immediately be impounded and he 'd immediately be in cuffs and in the back of the cruiser so fast,his head would spin.
And the average rider wonders why the general public hates em so much.I can't understand it!! But that little dog and pony show posted above is just one of the reasons!!
I had a friend that could pull any Harley up like that with no problem. He had an ultra classic stage 1, would pop and ride a wheelie anytime and anywhere. If you watch what this guy does, he bounces and pulls it up, my friend did the same.I've seen videos like this before. What do you suppose they did to the engine to allow it to pull the bike up like that?