Well, I am hoping that some of you skilled riders can give me some tips on getting better at long downhills. I have had 2 instances where I have accidently knocked the bike in nuertral and went barrelling out of control down a long semi-steep hill. Since then I get a little paniced when I am approaching downhills (even one that are not that steep.) I have a KX100 which is light and has disc brakes, but doesn't have hardly any engine braking so I pick up speed pretty fast. I just feel like I get out of control so quick, which causes me to try and go too slow, which makes it very difficult to balance on bumpy terrain. I have even more problems with loose dirt and gravel. I am standing with my weight towards the back of the bike. I am using a combination of front and back brake. I just can't seem to get the braking right the whole way down. Too much back break the tire starts sliding out to the side, too much front and I have no steering (handlebars cross up). I found out my bike was running way to rich on the pilot which was causing me to stall the bike pretting quickly. Sometimes I would just kill the bike and pull the clutch in and go down using the brakes. I know I need to just keep doing it to get better, but if anyone can offer me any tips I would really appreciate it. This is really the hardest aspect of riding I have encountered. I am usually good at impoving things, but I feel like I should be better at this. I love hill climbs, but I hate having to have to come back down them.