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Old 4th January 2006, 17:58   #1
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Thumbs up scooter-stunts, wheelies, doughtnuts,stoppies,,

ssup guys,, just want to share some of my stunts pics and one video, which i did on my scooter,
some pics are on bikes which i did for B.S.Motoring,
hope you guys will like it,
1st i'll start with scooter stunts,
bend it like Vijay 'Wheelie"







my scooter's front pic

now some bike stunts,




killer wheelie on discover


wheelie on pulsar




for more pics check out this link,

http://photobucket.com/albums/y281/warriors2004/
there are sub-albums clik on it,
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Old 4th January 2006, 18:04   #2
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hey wheelie boy, its amazing stuff. keep it "UP".
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Old 4th January 2006, 18:10   #3
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wow !!!! really impressive .. Boy u are talented at this .. Glad to see that u have seen to that safety is the primarary concern ..
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Old 4th January 2006, 18:22   #4
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Damn good. Like the one on the discover.

Did that Bajaj Chetak participate at the Mumbai Speedrun (the No.66 sticker)? How did the front shocks react when u landed back on earth?
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Old 4th January 2006, 18:34   #5
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wow !!!! really impressive .. Boy u are talented at this .. Glad to see that u have seen to that safety is the primarary concern ..
thx bro,,yeah i like to do stunts with proper riding gear, as i did some stunts for motoring,june,05,edition, and they are very professional,
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Damn good. Like the one on the discover.

Did that Bajaj Chetak participate at the Mumbai Speedrun (the No.66 sticker)? How did the front shocks react when u landed back on earth?
thx for ur compliment,
yeah i participated in speed run,04,here's my press release from Indian express and auto car,
indian express


one from auto car,may,04 edition,
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Hey Wheelieboy,

Great stuff.
I remember reading in one of the Mumbai speedrun threads that "the hero of the day was the guy who did the wheelie on the chetak!"

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Old 4th January 2006, 22:21   #8
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Man, what else can I say.... I am speechless
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How long can you hold the wheelie? is it all in 1st gear.
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Damn good. Like the one on the discover.

Did that Bajaj Chetak participate at the Mumbai Speedrun (the No.66 sticker)? How did the front shocks react when u landed back on earth?
the shocks are very sturdy. once i had to ride with a broken clutch wire till the mechanic. every start was a wheelie i tried to roll forward a bit and put in first, boy what a ride it was. but shocks held it well.
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That was kool man . I specifically liked the chethak thing (Lots of nostalgia working out ) . The shocks in a chethak can easily withstand the force on landing . My friend's friend once wheelied on the chethak and bent the numberplate at a great angle . As everyone said Keep it UP Man !
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Hey Wheelieboy,

Great stuff.
I remember reading in one of the Mumbai speedrun threads that "the hero of the day was the guy who did the wheelie on the chetak!"

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thanks bro,, where did you read the above Quote,??
sorry for uploading those pics,,but i tried thumbnails but i couldnt fix them properly,,anyways i'll upload pics on imageshack only
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How long can you hold the wheelie? is it all in 1st gear.
my longest wheelie is 400 mts, i m trying to cross barrier of 1km, lets see when i'll do that, i can pull it upto 3rd gear,, but i avoid to shift to 3rd gear, because it need really high revs, my average wheelie is 200-300 mts till 2nd gear,
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the shocks are very sturdy. once i had to ride with a broken clutch wire till the mechanic. every start was a wheelie i tried to roll forward a bit and put in first, boy what a ride it was. but shocks held it well.
my engineer did some modification in my front shocks, cant tell you what mods he did,
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my engineer did some modification in my front shocks, cant tell you what mods he did,
hardening the shocks isnt exactly rocket science buddy...
people know how it goes about.
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