relax, the bike will feel a bit squirrely at first and you'll get use to that eventually. takes some time. wait til the rear starts sliding around, that's pretty crazy feeling at first, but fun later on. do like the other guys said at first..air down a bit..it will build more of a footing for you to plant your tires on, however, there are goods and bads in doing this as you progress into rougher stuff. for now I'd keep it to gravel roads and avoid the trail thing til you build some confidence and go with someone else as well. take your time..it's an experience.
the faster you go the more stable you'll feel the bike as well..that's not to say that going fast is the answer (of course that decreases your stopping on slippery / loose surface too some fuzzy creature or otherwise come about. but it's a theory you can try for short stents to see how it makes you feel in the straights.
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