King Ridge Road, about five miles north of Cazadero there is a gnarly, sleeper hazard that took me down hard and fast.
The hazard is on an uphill stretch, just before a cattle guard road feature. It is a powder-soft berm in the middle of the road that is extremely hard to spot on the pock-marked road.
My front wheel hit the soft, uneven portion that is about three feet long, and I had zero time to correct. The way my wheel was slightly turned to the left, I high-sided right side and tumbled about thirty feet.
Let me know if I can help you pinpoint this area as there are quite a few challenges along this route.