This stage features two identical structures, that are made up of two parts. The first part is several fin-like platforms, separated from each other, that travel counterclockwise around a center. The other part has three platforms that sprout from the center point, turning clockwise. The directions the parts turn are opposite in the second structure. Between the two structures is a small platform with two banana bunches on it. The goal is on its own platform, just after the second structure.
To get to the goal, you'll need to go immediately off the starting platform to the first structure. Wait for the next fin to come up on the right, and then try to move to the end. If the blade gets close to the bottom, go onto one of the outside blades when one passes. And then go down and continue. Slow down quickly at the end, so you do not overshoot the second platform. Repeat this process on the other structure, and then head into the goal.
With this strategy, fall immediately onto the leftmost, outer fin before it even comes up all the way. You'll need to move along it quickly while moving to the left of it as much as you can. And then when the middle part is in the right position, you'll want to ramp off it and go onto the rightmost outer part. You will simply keep going on this, and you can go right into the goal at around 49:00 seconds. Compared to the other strategy, this strategy should save you not only a bit of trouble with interpreting when to fall to the outside, but will also save you at least ten seconds.