Today I went riding at a new track for the first time. I hit every juimp except for a step-down (it was a kicker), a 70-foot step-over, and 3 doubles. Ok, I'm just going to go ahead and tell you that I didn't hit the step-down or step-over because I'm just not good enough. I'm not even worried about them, yet. The thing I need help with is the 3 doubles. The first one is a 40-foot double, pretty smooth-looking, follwed by a 35-foot double and a small 20-foot double. They look very easy. However, I was rolling the track the first lap and right after each double, the entire width of the track consists of 6 large ruts. You can't see them before the face, and there's no time to choose a rut because they start on the landing face and continue right on to the next double. I didn't hit any of the doubles all day. Any tips? Everyone else seemed to just commit and go for it, but I don't want to cross-rut and go down hard. Thanks for any help!