turn 4. rediculi !!
Maybe I got on it too hard and took too much weight off the front end.
It's very rare to lose the front coming out of a turn. You see guys coming out of turns all the time with the front completely off the ground, and nothing bad happens.
It's pretty common to break the rear end loose coming out of a turn. Things can get out of control pretty quickly after that happens. Try this next time. First, stay off the bike as you come out of the turn and start accelerate. In fact, lean off the bike more if you can. That will get the bike to stand up up sooner and allow you to accelerate on the fat part of the tire.
Then, don't climb back in the saddle until you are straight up and down heading down the straightaway. Every time you move on the bike, it upsets the suspension. No big deal if you're straight up and down. Maybe a problem if you're still leaned over.
Also, make sure your weight is on your toes, not on your butt, as you exit the corner. If the bike bucks a little bit it's no big deal if you're on your toes. If your weight is on the seat, it throws you up in the air.
Last, use the throttle like a ratchet coming out of a turn. Add a little throttle. Anything bad happen? No, add a little more. Anything bad happen? No, add a little more. And so on. If something bad happens, wait for it to calm down before you add any more throttle.
Fabulous pics, btw. Great attitude too.