Yup, another one of them "I want to wheelie but my balls aren't big enough" guys. Ok, so I can already wheelie. But I seemed to have hit a wall. I just can't avoid constantly accelerating when I have it up. Ya I know I need to pull it up and back but I just don't feel comfortable. Perhaps those of you who can do it might care to tell how it felt the first time they pulled it off successfully. Maybe also explain what exactly happens when you pass bp.
Here's my typical wheelie in brief. I yank it up quite cleanly while standing staggered and the bike in first gear. I adjust throttle until its as high as I'm comfortable with. Usually this is high enough that acceleration is minimal and at some moments stopped. I roll it for a maximum of say 20 or thirty seconds until my revs run out. I make sure I have enough revs to put it down gently.
What happens if in one of the above instances I were to apply enough throttle to pass bp? Stock gearing, first gear wheelie at about 70 km/h. Does the bike become unstable after bp? Or more stable?
I can roll coaster wheelies on a good MTB with disc brakes very easily. But the biggest difference between a motorcycle and a bicycle when wheelying is the height of the bp. On a motorcycle the bp is so high and far back that I've never had the guts to go there. What does it take?