As with most obstacles, it begins with line choice: The right one can make the section much more doable, but be advised that it probably won’t be a straight shot from beginning to end. As with practically any obstacle, stand, riding on the balls of your feet to keep your weight slightly rearward. Avoid excessive acceleration or braking but instead treat it similarly to a Matrix with more constant throttle and, thus, steadier momentum.
Naturally, there’s no guarantee that you’ll clean the section every time—if you did, there’s likely a factory contract waiting for you! However, if you do happen to get off line and drop into a crevice, refer to the tip on getting unstuck.