Thanks for all the advice and guidance with my multiple posts for this bike, especially wheelies!!! What is troubling is the lack of empathy and consideration of how a rider might think they just wasted $8000.00 on a bike that may not perform like they read about or watched videos on. My 2cents for any that are researching performance and wheelies are this. This bike is freaking fast, quick, and brutal with the throttle "AWSOME". With me on it weighing only 145lbs 1st gear wheelies/popups are brutal but definitely there if you goose it. 2nd gear wheelies are much more difficult, and when I have tried them I get a couple inches and more speed than what I want. You can watch all the how to do wheelies you want, but I feel we are kind of on our own here. Power wheelies, clutch wheelies, I'm certainly not trying to hurt myself or my bike. some of us inexperienced sport bike riders need to know more than just "DON"T DO IT" Lack of knowledge carried on and shared can lead to more disaster. I know darn well I'm not the only person that bought %50 stock in this. Use the utmost caution and judgment where you try to perform these. Listen to the more experienced riders, and watch out for the "You"ll Shoot Your Eye Out Kid"