The bread and butter stunt for any real stunter is actually not as hard as it looks, especially if you take it easy. Most Indian bikes do not have enough power to get the front up on throttle alone, so you ll have to use the clutch. Start with being comfy on the bike, build up a rolling speed of about 5 km/h, dab the front brake and push down on the handlebar to get the forks compressed. Keep your right foot poised on the rear brake. Once you re off the front brake, the forks will start rebounding. Move your body weight back to carry on the momentum, and at the same time build up the revs and let go of the clutch quickly. Keep just one finger on the clutch because you ll need the rest to hold on the handlebars once your front wheel is in the air. do not forget the rear brake though that your insurance for the wheelie the moment things start getting too hairy, get on the rear brake gently to bring the bike back down. After a little practice, you ll understand the right balance between the throttle and the rear brake to find the tipping point of the bike, and keep it there so you can travel a longer distance on one wheel. Avoid going sideways by balancing your upper body, and bring the front down if the bike starts going in an unexpected direction. Using a little bit of throttle as you re landing will make sure your forks stay intact!