“A fast, flowing trail with short berms to help hold speed over some larger a-frames and jumps.”
— Andrew James
The trail starts with a swooping downhill right-hander which has been paved with bricks to act as trail armoring. While slippery in the wet, a lip on the outer edge provides something to hook your tires against.
This is immediately followed by a left-hand turn with a short berm then a straight and flat section over a small jump. The next couple of turns offer no real surprises, but after the second right-hander, the trail leads over an A-frame (about 3ft/1m high at the peak) through a forked tree. A ride-around is available to bypass this obstacle if you're not comfortable rolling it.
Enjoy a few more corners then the trail leads to another A-frame with a step-down on the downslope. Again, a ride-around is available to bypass the obstacle. The trail ends with a pump section and a jump through a narrow gap (there's also a ride-around) leading into a tight bermed corner heading up toward The Zipper