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Since we were kids dreaming of owning our first ATV, some of us were also dreaming up how to get that ATV up on two wheels! Doing a "wheelie" is what it's called and traditionally, it refers to the art of getting the front end of your ATV up in the air and riding on only your back wheels. We've done them with our bicycles and graduated to dirt bikes and quads at some point. Some riders have even got their ATVs up on the side, leaning to one side on two wheels, now that's a challenge in itself! Check out some of the wheelies our members have done and posted into our ATV Wheelies & On Two Wheels section in our Gallery!
Here's a photo shared by @blahhhh with front wheels in the air!
@sanddevil has her wheels in the air out in the sand, great shot!
We mentioned it earlier, how about this duo with their ATV on the side! This cool photo was shared by @Z400Pilot.
It gets even crazier with this photo posted by @ojest808!
And then one of our personal favorites posted by @NY_Vmax_Joe with legs to the side and wheel up on two at Pismo Beach!
It's hard not to love looking at wheelie photos, they just look like so much fun. Just remember, always wear a helmet and protective gear when attempting to show off!
Got some good ATV "Wheelie" photos? Post them in our gallery here.
Check out our forum topic on "How do I pop a wheelie?" by @NinasATV
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i'm not gonna lie...im a little scared. the only wheelie i have ever done was holding on for dear life to someone else when they unexpectedly decided to have some fun.
now, i do have a chest protector, but after having used it to its fullest potential in the past, i prefer to wear it for its great looks & comfort. (haha jk)
with all that said, i still feel i must learn this to improve my riding skills. not to mention the fact that i have a capable bike.
how do u do it? what are your tips?
i have been lurking here a while and i thought i would post up my build when i saw some cr500 trikes . this is a reverse trike i built using an 88 cr500 and a yamaha blaster front.
the motor is race ported by gss race porting and has a 44mm mikuni vm carb, the swingarm is extended 6" and i added a third shock up front to help in cornering stability.
eventually i will add 4' extended a arms and fox shox. this will be for cruisin camp to camp out at ther sand dunes and just for playin. due to the design it will have tons of understeer and the rear will want to flip around so it will be a drifting machine. but thats the fun part!
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I have a 2007 Kingquad 450. I have a new fully charged battery. When i turn the key, the dash flashes and seems to struggle before getting fully lite. We can hear a small relay near the computer clicking, i think it is the fuel pump relay. When i turn off the engine kill switch and press the starting button relays click and all the power shuts off, i turn the key off, engine kill switch then start over, power is there. Atv will start with pull start, but not elextricly. if i try to use my winch, all power cuts and engine dies.
Can anyone tell me what it may be? or has anyone fsced an issue like this before?
I have a 2018 Kodiak 450 EPS that just this past Sunday I ran through a bit of water.
After the puddle the belt was slipping, so I pulled over and drained the ultramatic housing and the slipping problem went away. This was all in L and everything seemed to work fine. Later when I got on a road, I put it in H, but it still rode like it was in low... i.e. I had to rev it up a lot just to get to 30mph.
When at home I pulled the ultramatic cover off to inspect, and it looked okay in there. Not much dirt, belt and everything are clean, but when I rev up the engine (with cage in place, of course), the belt doesn't get to the top of the clutch (maxes out about an inch or 1.5" from top of clutch, so maybe it is normal).. I put it back together but same thing... H seems like L still.
Do you think the clutch needs to be further dissected for cleaning, or could this be an issue with the gear selector?
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I have a 2018 450 and the digital gause has started flashing on an off while driving. The backlit also goes on and off. It is worse when I hit the gas. The battery died a few weeks ago and I jumped it but its been fine until last night. Called the dealer and showed them a vid and they recommend replacing the gauge and its like 600 bucks. The machine has less than 100 hours on it. I would really hate to have to change it out. also the unit sometimes has trouble starting. Any ideas?
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