Similar to its more popular neighbor Free Ride
but not to be forgotten. It is longer than Free Ride
and faster. The upper portion has a decent length of small, loose shale that may scare off some as it sounds like riding on broken glass and can have a similar effect (higher tire pressure and tougher tires help).
The flow ends with a crossing of Rollercoaster
—here you may turn left onto Rollercoaster
or roll or drop a small ledge onto the lower more technical section. This is by no means that hard of tech but it can intimidate newer riders. With ladder stone ramps and a couple of jumps to finish it off, it's worth moving past Free Ride
and knocking this one out also.
Like most Lake Pueblo trails, this is a two-way trail and quite a fun climb so keep your head up, especially when crossing Rollercoaster