I could enjoy riding that trail SFG. I know exactly what you're imagining going along the side of that trail there. Try to keep it so speed is maintained. You bomb down the trail as it slants down to the right, hit a jump , then you're right back up on top of the road, building more speed for the next one. On the left side of the road, the off road trails could feature dead trees and rock obstacles that our diverse biking community enjoys so much.
Every type of rider has something. Every rider is happy! With a big smile on their face! ! ! The C riders go straight and stay on the main trail, doing whatever the heck they do. I dunno, looking at cloud formations, bird watching, checking their gear, I don't know. Whatever that whole scene is about. Has anyone ever looked back to see just what the heck the C group is doing? What the heck is going on back there? ( just kidding, just kidding)
I'm working my way back to becoming a C rider, so cut me some slack here. You can all get me back when you see me pushing my bike up the climb out of Loch Ness. Anyways, the speed demons and flyboys go to the right and catch some air and thrills, the articulating obstacle riders go to the left and hone their skills on challenging obstacles. A little something for everybody. Everybody meets at the bridge and the group rides continues. And to name that trail we could call it Gator Gator Gator!
oops, did I just write that? A little humor for anyone who may have a noticed an over abundance of the word Gator in trail names.