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I'm scared of the landings, It is too much out of my control.

I have found that if you hit a big jump with more speed, you have more forward inertia and it helps to smooth out the landings. If you have less speed, you more or less fall to a landing, much rougher. I am not, however, saying that it doesn't scare the crap out of me sometimes when I get a little more air, but the landings are often smoother.

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Your right there are still a lot of jumps i won't do that i know i can make its just when you get older i guess you just don't have the brass ones to take the chance.

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