One of the trickier sections actually looks very routine. After the first turn the riders hit some rollers and then a triple-double before a 180 right hand bowl turn. Then comes a relatively simple rhythm section leading to the traditional 65-foot triple. However, the riders are building so much speed through that rhythm lane that it’s very difficult to not overjump the triple, and riders are slammed down hard and having a tough time stopping for the corner. After that it’s a roller, a small double and an on-off before the next big triple.
The track also features a wall jump (which forces the riders to single and slow down) and the face of it is made of sand. Watch out for the roost over there.
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