Let me see if I can help ... you had all of the first few sections, but when you come out of Looman's Run, you should not go down the road back to the parking lot, but rather cross the Riverbend entry road and take that trail, named Forest Hump. Where you used to be able to join back up with the wide trail from the pond back to the lot, instead follow the new trail, named Nathan Dynamite, to the left. These is no post for the sign there yet, but there is a rock pile on a corner and sticks all over the 50-foot connector back to the pond trail. Wind through trees then eventually a field, taking you out to 100 yards North of Peppermint Creek bridge. Go left then over the bridge toward McNamara, and about 100 yards up on the left enter the new field section named Glorious Poperd's. This is the section that needs riders to break it in further, but I am finding it okay if not perfect, and plan to keep riding it each time. You eventually end up at the McNamara lot. From there, cross the lot and go behind the wood roofless shed that used to hold the port-a-potty. This is a new section named The Timinator that has a cool big dip a couple of hundred yards in, followed by a scenic ridge above the swampy river overflow area. It kicks you out at the beginner trail that runs along the river - cross it and head into Bob's Supremacy, which is now run backwards. When you eventually get out of that, you will be put out onto the main non-advanced trail that takes you North toward the Riverbend lot. Go left toward Riverbend and follow it until you reach the place where you come to a signpost where to the right you would be in a field and turn uphill in it to then go downhill to the Peppermint Creek bridge. Instead of doing that path through the field, turn left at the signpost, which says the new trail name of Remember Me on it. At reaching the intersection above the swampy area, turn right and follow that trail back out to Peppermint Creek bridge. From there, keep going North and follow the green arrows that direct you left on Serenity (sign not up yet) about 50 yards North of the bridge. A few hundred yards into Serenity there is a cutoff to the left that you can take to Dragonball Run. If you continue straight you will stay on Serenity until hitting the intersection where Dragonball Run used to start, but now ends. Some people are now going straight through Serenity, then heading South on the two-track at that intersection to get back to the old end of Dragonball Run, which is now the new beginning of it. Either way, from this intersection head North along the river on the two-track. A couple of hundred yards up there is a sign with a green arrow for Swamp Thing. You head along the river on the trail that used to run the other way there, then come out to the two-track and back in along the river, then eventually to the old end of what used to be Swamp Thing. Now, ride Swamp Thing backwards and go left when you get out of it, to get back to the Riverbend lot. That's the whole advanced MTB loop, at least a 9-mile run with lots of variety. I hope that made sense!