Drop straight down, do a full brake when you feel too fast. Then drop again. You need to know how to be aggressive with your braking. At high speeds, your quads will feel it. When your quads feel it, you need to keep holding it. Right before your quads are ready to pop/rip, do a full brake and feel the juice for one last second before taking the rest.
Attack the hill, drive down the slope, be ready to whip that tail out if you need to stop instantly.
A lot about going fast or going flat is about leg strength. It's very difficult to balance if the rider has weak legs that want to snap out of holding that crouched stance.
Last edited by cb1021; 02-20-2013 at 12:55 AM.