Megafuana gets straight to the point with a steep and narrow roll-in off of East Side Road 7000
. There's a sort of rock booter in the bottom of the catch-berm that can be ridden around if you're not feeling like sending it, just be aware it's there.
The next turn doesn't ease up, as riders make a steep dropping-turn over off-camber rocks into another catch-berm. Megafuana's main attraction is just ahead. There's a ride-around to the right of this huge boulder, but don't sell yourself short as the rock is quite fun! There's a wide and level approach to the steep face that allows riders to focus on the feature without distraction. You're probably able to roll all the way down, but popping the front tire out just before the bottom felt safer.
After you've sent it down the rock, the trail follows a series of stepped rollers that climb up to another dropping-turn. This one is loose, but still manages to hold you well as you prepare to straight line through some tech and small rock gardens. Up next are more brake-dragging roll-downs and turns. There's also a few advanced optional jumps scattered about, but they'll require lots of commitment and plenty of boosting.
Megafuana concludes quickly with some fast corners and tech before it merges onto Easy, Tiger
for the climb back up.