If you want to meet the boss again, ride on the elevator in the Warp Room while pressing and holding the green triangle button.
The level's name is a reference to the 1978 Ramones album of the same name.
Alternatively, the level's name could be a reference to the idiom 'on the road to ruin.'
As with Ruination, the third and final island from Crash Bandicoot 1 can be seen in the background of this level, an allusion to the 'ruination' of Cortex's empire, this island can be physically reached in Crash Bandicoot 2, albeit only in the form of a secret warp room, where the other two islands from the previous game can be seen also.
It is possible to reach this level's secret area by doing a glitched spin jump.
While this glitch is not normally possible in the N. Sane Trilogy, due to the platforms being farther apart, it is still possible if the player has unlocked the Crash Dash ability.
This level only has four nitro crates, all located in the secret area. Unlike Turtle Woods and Hang Eight, the nitro switch appears along the main path of the level. This is because there were originally going to be Nitro Crates on the main path of the level, which ended up being swapped with similar crate configurations in Ruination. This can be seen in the beta version of Crash Bandicoot 2.
This level and Air Crash are the only levels in the game which have two alternate routes (both a secret entrance and a death route).
This is one of the three levels in the game that happens that is dark but still has light (coming from the moon), and the others being Ruination and Totally Bear.
The name of the level could also be a pun on the saying road to riches, and riches is replaced with ruin to reference the level design.
In the secret area, there is a wumpa fruit above a crate indicating a TNT crate is underneath. This wumpa was removed in N. Sane Trilogy, but then added back via update on June 29, 2018 (which coincided with the release on other platforms).