“Name is french wordplay for "I can't take it anymore!", but don't be fooled, riding this downhill is one fun adventure!
— Jack Kaz
Don't ride when wet.
Grab this 820m stretch at intersection A8 near the summit, and start your descent on this groovy bit of curving, downhill switchback.
You won't find any intersections until the end of this trail, so no need to worry about missing a turn while riding this downhill. Many sections of this trail tempt you to reach your top speeds, but be careful of the many rocks that can tear your tires apart.
This one ends at intersection B12 (you'll see Les Toutous
, french for "stuffed animals"), where you have a choice to make. Either take the difficult Les Toutous
switchback curves on the left all the way down, or continue on Le Lactique on the right, which is much more of a gentle downhill section.