depending on how big it is and where the foot pegs are at if you try to shift your weight back it should do it but if it is a bigger one like mine you might want to move the foot pegs closer to you this will help you do that. Since mini-bikes don't have a lot power/ throttle adjustement when the wheel is in the air you will need to use your balancing skills and the rear brake to adjust the height of the front wheel during the wheelie.
you get the slow bike and press a
there is a pop a wheelie
if its on the bike...YOU DONT NOOB!
you run with your bike and lift it up
A "soft" wheelie is done without popping the clutch. It is otherwise known as a power wheelie because it's done with the throttle only.
igor and wheelie
it is a bike. :)
to have a mini bike i would say 5-10
It's not the wheelie as such, but if you're doing it in traffic it might be seen as reckless behaviour. It's hard to steer and brake when you're pulling a wheelie.
I think you mean where and the answer is in a mini bike store.
Doing a wheelie AKA manual means getting the bike onto its rear wheel and ride it some ways balanced on the rear wheel.