Been riding on & off for 8yrs & am a solid B-class female rider, but still have SO much to work on. Since day 1 I've had a problem with getting and/or keeping my weight forward on take-off, in the air, and at landing, and pretty much always land or take off back-wheel first & front wheel high. So much so that I am completely used to it and it doesn't freak me out at all, but it looks terrible & like I have no idea what I'm doing. I know the technical things I'm supposed to do to fix this "ride in attack position, weight over tank, able to see # plates, maintain speed out of corner, accelerate & be at the right speed before takeoff so not over-accelerating in the air", etc.... but all this time I haven't been able to apply any of that and get it right. I ride in attack position on straights, and am slowly getting the hang of it through turns, but always feel like I am being pulled backwards by gravity off jumps, and no matter what I do CAN'T pull my body forward. So, HOW exactly do you do it? I ride a crf250 which is stock, and I am 115lb, so springs are a bit of the problem I think, but I have always had this problem, no matter the bike. I'm also only 5'3", so body position is a bit different to hang on. Thanks!!