do it, don't worry about it and don't hesitate. Ask others what they do if you have to, and then just hit it. Best jumps to learn on are table tops, that way you have a flat landing to hit, until you get comfortable enough to hit the back side of it, meaning more air and further distance, and then some drop offs are nice too. Then comes time for the doubles haha. She can handle it, trust me. I jumped off a "cliff" in the gravel bed and landed quite a ways down, kind of scary on this the way the front end pushes but as soon as she touched down I hit the gas and looped around. That was w/ the stock suspension as well.