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Stoppie 180, by Duke (French champion) during the Stunt Bike Show, in Carole Racetrack

The stoppie is a motorcycle and bicycle trick in which the back wheel is lifted by abruptly applying the front brake, then, by carefully reducing the brake pressure, the bike is ridden for a short distance on the front wheel. It is also called an endo, or less commonly, a front wheelie.[1]

A stoppie with a mountain bike
Diagram illustrating a safely executed stoppie on a sports bike

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  1. ^ IPMBA, International Police Mountain Bike Association (2007), The Complete Guide to Public Safety Cycling, Jones & Bartlett Publishers, ISBN 9780763744335