Flow is anything but flowy. Right off the bat, riders are met with very technical trail drawn out over two or three whoop-de-dos. They seem easy enough, but the vast majority of people walk this section. This is primary because to get back up these steep, technical whoops, you need to hit them with just the right speed. Too slow and the edges of the rock slabs will stop you in your tracks. Too fast and you'll bounce off the edges. If you do manage to make it through that section unscathed, good job -- it is literally and figuratively all downhill from there. In the next section, the trail is technical but since it trends consistently downhill, you can punch through most things. Only one or two spots are truly awkward. In addition, some wooden bridges will spice things up. The last section sees the trail straighten out and open up. With less obstacles, riders can muster much more speed to get over the trail's finale -- a good sized drop followed by a big jump and a wide berm.