Nice flow in general, Bushwacker. I especially like the turn around :06 (and again at around :42) where you let your feet move forward beneath you as you absorbed the bump. Notice how it allowed you to continue smoothly over the bump and into the next turn. Some might tell you you "got in the back seat" there, but I wouldn't. Compare that turn with the later turns where you didn't let your feet move forward as much. Your whole body got jolted and pushed up quickly by the bumps, compared with that one turn.
It's the same phenomenon that we've been discussing recently in the thread, A Tale of Three Turns.
See especially my post and the animation on Page 3