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The 10-ton bike slithers down Cornfield Spring Road at 5-7 miles per hour toward Kelso Depot

The 10-ton bike slithers down Cornfield Spring Road at 5-7 miles per hour toward Kelso Depot Despite the near-freezing overnight temperatures, I'm shirtless and sweating a bit as I pack up in the warm morning sunThumbnailsAs I approach Kelso, I see an RV driving up the paved Kelbaker RoadDespite the near-freezing overnight temperatures, I'm shirtless and sweating a bit as I pack up in the warm morning sunThumbnailsAs I approach Kelso, I see an RV driving up the paved Kelbaker RoadDespite the near-freezing overnight temperatures, I'm shirtless and sweating a bit as I pack up in the warm morning sunThumbnailsAs I approach Kelso, I see an RV driving up the paved Kelbaker RoadDespite the near-freezing overnight temperatures, I'm shirtless and sweating a bit as I pack up in the warm morning sunThumbnailsAs I approach Kelso, I see an RV driving up the paved Kelbaker RoadDespite the near-freezing overnight temperatures, I'm shirtless and sweating a bit as I pack up in the warm morning sunThumbnailsAs I approach Kelso, I see an RV driving up the paved Kelbaker Road

It's an easy, slightly downhill ride, not quite two miles long, but rocks and stretches of loose gravel require that it not be taken too quickly with a loaded-up bike.