“A high speed, flowing trail with tons of berms and rollers that is not technical but a ton of fun to ride.”
— Vinnie Connors
The Flow Loop starts right after crossing a wooden bridge over a small creek at the intersection of the Main Parking Lot / Flow Loop Connector
and the Secondary Parking Lot / Flow Loop Connector
. It is intended to be ridden counter-clockwise due to the downhill flow section near the end, but it can be ridden in both directions.
The trail is very smooth and devoid of roots and rocks, with tons of well-made berms helping you keep your speed along the way. The trail climbs gently for the first half mile and passes the Secondary Parking Lot / Flow Loop Connector
at the quarter-mile mark. After a few switchback berms, the fun begins as the trail descends slightly through the flow section for another half mile.
The trail weaves through the trees, over a few rollers and small jumps on the way back to the start of the trail, which features multiple switchback berms to finish off the ride.