Not bad. Though you guys are chasing the shit out of those wheelies with a lot of throttle. Need to loft that front tire more and hold them more steady instead of just chasing it accelerating. Even though you are using the clutch you are still pretty much power wheelieing. Gotta start somewhere though, still better than a lot of people. Now you buddies stoppies. Way way way way way too much speed and too large of an approach for those little pop stoppies. As far and fast as he is going he could roll them out a few hundred feet if he knew what he was doing. Tell him not to stand up like that unless he plans on running himself over or if a stoppies flips crushes him in the back because he won't be able to bail properly. Sit down, approach, grab the brakes and bounce on the seat, grab the tank with your knees, look forward and keep arms/shoulders straight. If it is going over make sure to kick the bike to the side or he could very well be in a world of pain. but if he's bouncing and grabbing the brakes he can get them up higher and roll them out. Though he will won't to try that slower like 30mph or so. Like my avitar that was only a 20mph approach and rolled about 40-50 ft. Nothing amazing. but check this man.