It has been stated by many that the step-through frames will always be weaker than the regular-shaped bicycle. The reason for this is that, because of its smaller triangle, step-through frames can not handle the normal bumps of the road for long.
While I am commuting, I sometimes meet obstacles that block my way. Usually, I cannot swerve aside without causing unwanted accidents, and slowing down/stopping would just be inconvenient for me.
Due to this, I want to learn how to jump with my bicycle. Let's just say that I love my step-through frame, and will not trade it with anything else for now.
Is there any jumping technique for a step-through frame? I want to be able to land softly.