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Looking for a used bike so I can learn how to do wheelies n other stuff.

Dual sports, dirtbikes, sport bikes....

If it has tits or tires it's going to give you a bad time.

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If you're looking to stunt, unless you know welding, I encourage you to find something that has lots of used parts available and stunt products like a crash cage and wheelie bar.
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If you're looking to stunt, unless you know welding, I encourage you to find something that has lots of used parts available and stunt products like a crash cage and wheelie bar.
dude solid idea thanks

suggestions? i could probably have my friend weld for me but still..

If it has tits or tires it's going to give you a bad time.

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F4i was always the sturdier bike, but 636 was the smoothest, despite it breaking parts easily. Gixxers have a weak subframe which breaks after enough gorilla scrapes.

There are a lot of cage makers, but I found Sick Innovations to have the best bang for your buck.

Seriously, I wish I'd started with a quad to learn balance point then moved to a regular bike. I would have gotten less injuries and probably less parts broken on the bike.

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