At the top of the first hillclimb on the Atlas Trail were a couple of large rocks. On a flat trail these rocks would have been tough to negotiate. At the top of a steep slick climb after an off-camber turn, however, these rocks became a real problem. You could either go right, left, or split the difference, going up both rocks at the same time. The middle line usually worked the best but could pop the tires up pretty darn high in the air. Fred Perry does an excellent job splitting the difference in his ’05 silver LJ. Perry, representing Warn Winch along with Adel Adams on this year’s UA, knows what he is doing behind the wheel.