Gary, after watching the videos you suggested and analyzing my body position, I realized I was not set up properly when approaching the jump face. Now that I've corrected that, I am way more comfortable and consistent when launching larger sized ramps and gaps. Thanks for the quick response!
Can you recommend one of your videos for "landing on the throttle"? I know that I have to have my weight over the front of the bike to counteract the acceleration G forces of landing off a jump WFO. I think my issue is being hesitant when accelerating off bigger jumps (3rd gear wide, or 4th etc) to lean into the takeoff for fear of going nose down in the air and over the bars when I land. SO, when I land on the throttle I have to quickly let off because the front end comes up and if I stay on it I'll loop out.
Also, I tend to jump nose up when taking off in a taller gear at low RPM. Any tips?
Thanks for all the content!