“A high speed, rock dusted, singletrack rip.
— Eric Ashley
Part two of Pseudo-Tsuga introduces some more rock and gravel as the grade steepens. This is especially noticeable in a few of the turns and fast straight-aways. The maneuvering also gets a little tighter, but it's still a great descent for riders of various skill levels. Even though it's rougher than it's counterpart higher up, the singletrack is still ripping and keeps the fun going full-bore.