no its not easy to wheelie, because of the tall gearing and the slipper clutch.. but you can disconnect the slipper.. the bike will come up in 1st and 2nd at around 11k 12k revs with a dip of the brake an a full wrist, or uphill.. but for a clutch wheelie, your gonna have to be doing 5k to 6k revs clucth in and give it a fist full upto 12k andsnap the clutch out. or ya only gonna bunny hop :) hope this helps
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