The trail builders put in a lot of work for the final section of Pseudo-Tsuga, as is demonstrated by the deep berms and poppy rollers on the first half of the trail. For some added fun, look for some nice transfers that allow riders to seamlessly jump into the top of several downhill turns.
Lower down, the party continues as the trail keeps rolling to cross over Flat Alley. A brief climb and a bridge crossing brings riders to a fast roller coaster descent of bike-park sized berms that will have riders hooting and hollering as they race to the finish at the lower parking area.
Shared By: Eric Ashley