So I started playing around with scrubbing just a little bit. A while back, the track I go to the most had a left turn going right into a small table top. So that was natural to do a little bit of a scrub; in fact it was hard not to in this section. They re-did that track layout so it is no longer there. But I was recently to a sand track that is a couple hours away. This track had mostly smallish features and I had a really good time riding without the concern of over extending my abilities. Anyways. The track had a couple of singles. Right after the singles were straight ruts so I did not want to be going high and landing hard right in the middle of them so I started to try scrubbing a little. Keep in mind it was beginner level scrubbing so I would hazard to guess that if you were behind me, it was probably barely noticeable. However, it did kept my trajectory lower, I could go into the single with more speed, land right in front of the ruts and get right on the throttle. Result was that it was like the straight ruts were not even there and it was definitely a faster way through these sections for me. Back to the track I go to the most, has a bunch of double/triples. I only double but I find myself going deeper into the doubles sometimes to the point of overshooting them a bit. So I figure it may be time to pick which one of these to start practicing my "Beginner level scrubbing". There are a couple table tops at this track so I figure I should start there to get a feel for in on those particular track/dirt conditions and then take it to one of the doubles. My mind seems to be resistant to going bigger/higher to start tackling triples, so I'm thinking this may be my next baby step. Comments/advice?