I moved to Mazatlan, Mexico this past month and have a nice super cross track 2 blocks from my house. I had done minor jumping before but nothing like the doubles I´m starting to do now. When I land them smooth then I´m fine but being a new rider, I often miscalculate and am finding that these suspensions are way too soft for serious impacts. The rear shock isn´t as bad (although it rebounds like a pogo stick) but I constantly bottom out my front suspension. I weigh about 185-190 and ride an ´04 wr450. The guys at the track said the suspension is designed for sucking up the chatter and smaller bumps of trail riding but that the tradeoff is that it can´t handle the big slams of a supercross track. Is this accurate? What is my best option to set it up to handle the track but still handle reasonably well on the off road circuits they have all around me down here? Parts are scarce but I´ll be heading back to Arizona in March and can take the bike somewhere if necessary to have the suspension tricked out. What are my options for say $500, $1000? I don´t want to spend anymore than I have to but I´m getting addicted to the track and am sketched jumping any doubles over 25 feet as I´ve slammed the front forks really hard on a few bad jumps. Thanks for all of your guys help! BTW the riding here is unbelievable (as well as the surf) if any of you make it down here.