Sit Down Wheelies
This is our entry level and most popular course. Whether you’re a complete beginner to wheelies or are just looking to improve, there’s a lot to be gained.
These heightened skills are subconsciously transferred to your everyday riding on the road or track making you a better and safer rider.
Our 5th generation anti-flip devices start low but can be adjusted to reach balance point as riders improve. Students have the option to use their own bike (Please see terms and conditions).
During a day at Stunt Asylum students learn fine throttle control, rear brake control, balance, the effects of body position and weight distribution, making for a more confident and safer rider.
Wheelie Your Own Bike
As well as being the only clutch up wheelie school in the country we also teach you how to wheelie your own bike on the day. Once a rider has progressed on our own wheelie bikes throughout the day they then have the option to move onto their own machines (terms & conditions apply) with personal one on one instruction from our professional stunt riders.
Stand Up Wheelies
We also provide upon request an advanced wheelie course which is an option for riders who have already completed our sit down wheelie course, or for riders who can show us they are competent at sit down wheelies.
The instructors recap the theory of the sit-down technique and explain the differences when standing up mostly about the effects of weight transfer and body position.
After a session or two practicing sit-down wheelies on the bikes we break things down and get used to the new riding position then baby-step our way up to higher stand up wheelies.
Students will use our Fazer 600's with our 5th generation height adjustable anti-flip devices that can be set to activate from low all the way up to balance point. Students have the option to use their own bike (Please see terms and conditions).
We incorporate this into a normal sit down wheelie day, but can provide a tailor made day for a group of riders.
Students learn fine throttle control, rear brake control, balance, the effects of body position and weight distribution, making for a more confident and safer rider.