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From "10-mile bend" on Kelbaker Road, I can see the dust from four-wheel-drive vehicles travelling the old Mojave Road I take a break at Kelbaker Road's "10-mile bend," entering the hills of Mojave National Preserve, sweating lightlyThumbnailsAbout 1.75 miles past "10-mile bend," I turn right at the blink-and-you-miss-it dirt road to 17-Mile PointI take a break at Kelbaker Road's "10-mile bend," entering the hills of Mojave National Preserve, sweating lightlyThumbnailsAbout 1.75 miles past "10-mile bend," I turn right at the blink-and-you-miss-it dirt road to 17-Mile PointI take a break at Kelbaker Road's "10-mile bend," entering the hills of Mojave National Preserve, sweating lightlyThumbnailsAbout 1.75 miles past "10-mile bend," I turn right at the blink-and-you-miss-it dirt road to 17-Mile PointI take a break at Kelbaker Road's "10-mile bend," entering the hills of Mojave National Preserve, sweating lightlyThumbnailsAbout 1.75 miles past "10-mile bend," I turn right at the blink-and-you-miss-it dirt road to 17-Mile PointI take a break at Kelbaker Road's "10-mile bend," entering the hills of Mojave National Preserve, sweating lightlyThumbnailsAbout 1.75 miles past "10-mile bend," I turn right at the blink-and-you-miss-it dirt road to 17-Mile Point

I'll be riding down that way shortly. The old Mojave Road crosses Mojave National Preserve and has become quite popular for four-wheel-drive excursions, especially on weekends.