Wheelie Training Simulators
What is the purpose of a wheelie simulator and what can you achieve by using one?
Obviously its stupidly fun but there is far more that you could achive by using a simulator in any professional field. Firstly balance, balance requied to perform a wheel stand on a motorcycle is extremely high and varies depending on the person and the bike. As well as the finest art of throttle control (which a lot of riders are lacking) clutch control, and use of that other brake pedal which you use only once or twice while learning to ride (also commonly known as the foot brake)
Our lesson structure will be similar to that of a personal trainer at a gym, with individuals having a tailored course to suit their ability and understanding.
Whether you have never had the front wheel leave the ground or consider yourself to be a stunt god, everyone can further their understanding of their bike control on a wheelie simulator (which is not actually that easy to do)
How they work
The simulators use pneumatic rams and an electric and mechanical dyno to simulate road resistance to replicate inertia to create as realistic experience as physical possible without the risk of injury to your person or damage to your bike.
Kawasaki Ninja 636 ZX6R Stunt Bike (Supersport)
Our Ninja 636 is a fully setup 636cc stunt bike. On this simulator you could accomplish everything from a sketchy power up to a clutch up to balance point wheelie. But ultimately your focus will be on finer throttle control, although braking and clutch control will come hand in hand with successful execution.
Booking your training experience at One Addiction
Below on our booking system, currently we have 30 minute one-on-one training lessons available mainly on Sunday's but best to check the avaliblity below or call for group bookings. Using the booking system below our system will show the available time slots on that day/date available. Lesson can also be arranged outside of these hours as well events, just send us a pm through our facebook page or call.
What to bring on the day
When learning on our simulators we recommend you wear decent enclosed footwear, long pants as the motorcycle and exhaust does get hot, and if you like gloves or any other riding gear you are comfortable in.