When going down a -10% double track on hard pack, speed can pick up pretty damn fast (28-30+ mph). But then there's a big hump in the middle that can really launch me airborne whether I like or not. It's not a ramp where there is a lip. It's simply a hump on the track that will launch you simply because of the speed you're going. My problem is that, if I don't slow down significantly before hitting this hump, then it will launch me in a scarry way with my rear wheel jacked up in the air while my front seems to nose dive. So my question is, how should one negotiate this (other than slowing down significantly)? Should I need t lift the front of the bike up more, like yank on the handlebar more?