Two leg-like structures are attached to two thin, long paths that swing out to the side. They operate like Newton balls, where one path knocks the other into the air. When the left path is in the air and hits the right path, the left path remains flat at rest while the right path swings up. The right path will come down and hit the left path into the air while staying still, and the cycle continues. The goal is located on a large square platform at the opposite end of the paths.
Get onto the path that is at rest and move slowly. Do not get too close to the leg-like structure. As the other path comes down, you have to time the transition to it very carefully. When the correct timing comes, accelerate onto the incoming path at an angle and roll forward at nearly full speed. As you approach the leg-like structure, carefully go around the outside of it. For example, if you transition to the left path, go around the left side; if you transition to the right path, go around the right side. Shortly after you pass the leg-like structure, the other path will be coming down. Again, time the transition carefully. But this time, keep moving quickly in order to get to the goal platform sooner. If you transition a tad-bit too early, you may be bumped into the air with a chance to land onto the goal platform.