How do you do a wheelie on a mini bike?
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.
first you should learn how to wheelie and be able to pull your back end up into a nose wheelie without brakes then after you learn that you first start by pulling the front tire off the ground like you would for a wheelie then use your momentum push your body forward pull your back up like a nose wheelie and jump then even your bike out and land it
Wheelie bikes ( which is a slang term for "high rise" bikes) were first sold commercially in California U.S.A. back in Feb/March 1963. The first factory made wheelie-bike (or high-riser bike) was the Huffy "Penguin". Made at Huffman Manufacturings Azusa California bicycle factory. The Penguin bike was made for California bike distributor Pete Mole, of the "John T. Bill" Company. The bike was made to Pete Moles specifications which included 20 inch wheels, a cantilever…