This is a jumper's paradise. There are about 1 mile of downhill hill whoop de doos that will keep ya happy. This trail should only be attempted if you are confident in your bike handling skills, as you do pick up speed. You can jump the whoops or just ride them as a rollercoaster up and down ride, it all depends your skills.
BE AWARE OF THE BIG GULLY JUMP. It's about 5 feet wide and 5 feet deep. So if you don't clear it, you'll eat it big time in the gully and hurt yourself pretty bad.
The trail is full of loose shale, so where knee and elbow protection if you are not a confident bike handler.
How to get there:
Take the 405 Freeway. Exit Sunset Blvd and head West. Make a Right on a street called Kenter and proceed North. Proceed North, going up the winding street until it ends. This is where the trailhead is. Park on the street and be nice to the neighbors. Proceed up the fireroad and you will see the end of the whoop de doos on the left. You can ride up the whoops or take the fire road climb on right. Once the top near the break wall, take the singletrack to the left and the whoops will start before you know it and should last for a mile. There is a big gully jump that will break you and your bike. It comes up towards the midway point of the whoops. Break left to avoid the jump.
Spring and summer is rattle snake season in the Santa Monica Mtns, so keep your eyes out.