As we’ve seen you must try to remain as balanced as possible however the bike tilts. When a bump or a hole comes up you want your bike to stay stuck on the ground while your center of gravity remains stable. You’ll be using your arms and legs to keep your center of gravity on a line as flat as possible
Graphic: standing, crouching, standing, crouching. With speed press down to avoid taking off
Extend your arms and legs, but lean slightly back.
Let the bike tilt up by flexing your arms, then your legs.
On the top of the bump you should be crouching on the bike.
Let the bike go down, press on the bars then the pedal if you’re going fast over the bump. You do not want to take off
Photo Sequence: the bike sticks on the ground despite the speed, the upper body remains leveled
Graphic: the opposite of a bump
Get in crouching position, upper body very low, arms and legs flexed.
Push the bike into the ditch by extending your arms and legs.
Then, let the bike tilt up.
You should exit the ditch in the same position you’ve entered it.