Turn up your stability to 75 or so to start. You won't have a ton of control, but it'll help you gradually get the hang of keeping the bike up. It's a learning curve, but it's a lot of fun once you get it down.
As you get better, start lowering your stability about 5 notches at a time, once you get down to 35 or so you'll start to be able to whip, the lower you go, the more you can whip.
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