How would you Triumph owners rate your bikes in the scale of easiness to do power wheelies? As I've told before my last bike was a 91 cbr600f2 which was ridden over 100tkm so the tranny was so worn out I didn't dare to wheelie it having exploded one ns125r gearbox while popping one up. So this summer I've been trying to learn how to wheelie on my Daytona and it has proven to be a bit of a handful. It does get it up with the throttle only, and I don't even have to blip it to flip it, just a quick twist and off it goes, but the problem is that the power delivery is so brute it wants more to jump up than gradually rise which makes me to flinch and chicken out every time no matter what mindset I'm in. I can pop lil wheelies but to do a proper 10 o clock, no way hose. I suppose there's no real shortcut to happiness here and I just gotta practice practice practice but it does feel to me like there are other bikes with more linear power output that would be much more easy to learn on, I feel I've been sat straight on the black stallion with a hefty slap on the ass instead of the pony I thought I'm getting....