Rode the pump track Sunday morning. There was a lady & gent at a fold out card table between the pump track & BMX dirt jumps who mentioned that it's supposed to be ridden clockwise (opposite direction from the pic above), although it can be ridden either way , not directional.
The BMX dirt jumps on the other hand have yellow arrows in chalk dust (??) for direction.
I'm no pump track aficionado, so I pretty much rolled over everything in both directions. Not sure about the berms, as you can make out in the photo, the berms seems to be built for something like 140~160 degree corner even though its actually a 90degree corner, so you climb over the start & end of the berm to do the corner. Maybe the intention is actually to do the whoops two at a time, using the berm entry & exit as a landing ramp & take off ramp. The best place I found to get a few cranks in for acceleration is in the berms, as cranking away through the whoops seems to be a lot of effort/little reward, just pumping through the 'bars seems to keep the momentum going through the whoops more than anything.
I rode the berms half way up, as it seemed to set me up best to exit with as a little momentum lost. Elbows out.
With no one else around to actually show me how the pumptrack is supposed to be ridden I probably did it all wrong, but I wasn't sure how I would fit in with the youths & their slammed seatposts.
Attempted the easy bit of the BMX dirt jumps, although I think my bike (Specialized Epic) is dialed in for little sharp hits instead of jump ramps, pitching me nose down (too light rebound?). Not too graceful.
After 15mins of the pump track I was toast, massive upper body work compared to other bike riding.
Already in Strava.
Just a bike & a place to ride.