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Although your bike setup does influence how it rides, the difference isn’t too great. Your technique and skill at handling the bike plays a greater role than the setup.
Pay close attention to how you enter a jump. If you don’t enter at a good angle, you’ll need to adjust in midair to fix things. It’s much better if you can get the correct angle while going into the jump.
The landing is critical. Your performance on the rest won’t help you much if you can’t manage the landing, so make sure to always give yourself enough time and practice so you can land correctly. Watch for the moment when your rear wheel is over the line.
In the desert DLC map, you can spot a camper on the other side of the fence with blue smoke coming from it. While it isn’t confirmed, some fans feel it is a reference to the show Breaking Bad, although the camper is the normal model used in the game rather than the specific camper from the show. The desert also has some hidden jumps and other special areas you can find if you explore.
While it can be unclear at first how to change your bike without changing your rider, what you need to do is go to the menu where you would change your rider, but instead of selecting the rider, hover over the name to make the bike options appear in the corner of the screen.
The game also features a track editor so you can create your own tracks. While you can do anything you want, the best thing to do is to create a solid track that plays well while still providing a challenge. It should be a decent size compared to the stadium—it shouldn’t be tiny, but it shouldn’t be gigantic, either. Make good use of the space you’ve been given. Some players recommend building the track flat first, and then adding jumps and obstacles after the fact so you can have it all planned out first. Take a look at the video below for some basic tips on how to get your own track off to a good start.
There is a glitch that allows you to quickly perform a 360 degree turn on jumps with caution lights or the finish line. To perform this trick, get as close to the caution light as possible without hitting it, and then scrub into it so that you hit it, which causes you to instantly perform a 360.