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Old 09-29-05, 07:34 AM
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I would guess that your legs are for the most part extended when in the air. Hit the lip of the jump and bring your legs in a bit- naturally your rear should lift. You will have more control. Try it on a small jump and over exaggerate it, then when comfortable nail your regular jump and flow through the landing. I would also practice on small one- jump it for smoothness, not height. hit the jump and try to land with both wheels at the same time. Like your in moto cross. It just seems like you need to get comfortable in the air. Everyone bails sometimes.
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