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How to bump start a 110cc pitbike or 125cc pitbike

At first push your bike to a hill (dosnt matter how big or small)

remember where you can put it into second gear hold the cluch in and push down the hill and let out the cluch and jump as soon as it bites then it should fire up same as a car but harder on a pit bike as you got too much throttle you will flip it and gotta do it all again haha hope this was helpfull

if it still doesnt fire up then you have a problem with your bike


1. make sure the petrol is on and the bike isnt flodded
2. make sure not too much throttle or it could be dangerous and if you do flip it lose go straight away

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