The trail can be sandy and hot in the summer so it best ridden from late October through April.
Bingo is part of a much larger system of trails that can form multiple loops. The trail is twisty and fast with some technical sections as you dip steeply into washes. There are a couple faint trails that break off the main trail so just watch for the signs and follow the bike tracks.
Near the bottom there are some amazing rock formations and you should always keep an eye out for wild horses. There are a number of wild horse herds in the area and they are not bothered by mountain bikers.
This trail can be accessed off the Wilson Creek road and there is a large parking lot near the bottom of Wilson Creek road with bathrooms and maps.