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If you carry a gear too high over the jump, it won't be as sensitive to throttle position as you'll be low in the RPM range. But the key is to not chop the throttle, going over the bars is much worse than looping it, trust me.;)

If you are in the air nose down, gas it, it will bring the wheel up. This is commonly called a "panic rev". If your front wheel is high, pull in the clutch and tap the rear brake, it will bring it down.

Of course this all assumes you'll be landing on relatively flat ground...
 
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