I honestly have no idea how to respond to this. I am certainly not a speaker of the Queen's English as I find it a disorderly mess. I honestly lost absolutely all respect for the Queen's English when I heard her in an interview refer to the game of football as "Footie". People should prefer Oxford English over Queen's English, the Queen is a gutter slang speaker as well.
I recently learned while paying close attention on a visit to central England that the reason American's spell it color and the English spell it colour is because the American's pronounce it color and the English pronounce it colour which the ou in the English pronunciation is not the conjunction ou but instead the letter O and the letter U being rammed into each other softly.
There are many horrible words in the many different dialects of English. I believe that OED's persistence of documenting every single word ever without properly listed etymology as part of their new definitions any longer, practically disqualifies OED as an official dictionary as opposed to a competitor to "The Urban Dictionary". The last 5 times I've visited the OED, I received poor quality definitions with no further qualifications and have had to refer to wiktionary instead which supplied a slightly better experience.
As for your use of "Wheelie".
I believe that if you are an Englishman, you should be forced to use the term "wheel stand" instead because the British tongue has been grossly infected with a plague of "eeeeeeeee"'s. Every single possible noun in the British tongue has been reduced to a ridiculous single syllable followed by IEs. Honestly, Butties, Footie. The "cutsie shit plague" which has afflicted your nation is unforgivable. Call them sausages instead of bangers. Don't abbreviate mashed potatoes, there is simply no profit in that.
American English sucks like this as well. But unlike the British who seems to feel that they still have some resemblance of authority over than English language and more specifically "The Queen's English", one should strive to set an example of culture and dignity as opposed to allowing your language to degrade into a failed Hello Kitty cartoon.
My blogging/commenting grammar is reflective of my speech pattern as opposed to representative of grammatically correct writing as I would do elsewhere. I believe that if we are to take it upon ourselves to be grammar nazis in public, we should also strive to set a better example.
I'll forgive your wheelie comment today, I do believe that EEEEEEs affliction or not, it is likely the proper word in that place. However, as some point, I'd like to have a nice discussion with you about the British compression of the word "the". For example, I prefer to visit "The Hospital" when I'm ill as opposed to visiting someone named "Hospital". I feel one should be educated at "A University", "The University" or maybe at "Oxford University" or "The University of Chambridge" as opposed to simply "at university".
The almost random but accepted disappearance of the word "The" in The Queen's English would be considered guttural, unrefined or "Straight out damn near toothless redneck" in other dialects. For example, I would expect Kanye West to selectively omit the word "The" as he may not be able to spell it.