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A group of dirt (motor)bikers catch up to me on a sandy stretch of the old Mojave Road and they stop for a chat Looking back at the hill called 17-Mile Point as I pass byThumbnailsAfter 5 miles of dirt road and Mojave Road, I take an energy-bar break at the junction of the Old Kelso RoadLooking back at the hill called 17-Mile Point as I pass byThumbnailsAfter 5 miles of dirt road and Mojave Road, I take an energy-bar break at the junction of the Old Kelso RoadLooking back at the hill called 17-Mile Point as I pass byThumbnailsAfter 5 miles of dirt road and Mojave Road, I take an energy-bar break at the junction of the Old Kelso RoadLooking back at the hill called 17-Mile Point as I pass byThumbnailsAfter 5 miles of dirt road and Mojave Road, I take an energy-bar break at the junction of the Old Kelso RoadLooking back at the hill called 17-Mile Point as I pass byThumbnailsAfter 5 miles of dirt road and Mojave Road, I take an energy-bar break at the junction of the Old Kelso Road

Touring the old Mojave Road by dirt bike sounds like a lot of fun, but I don't think I'd enjoy the noise that accompanies it. Sometimes I find my bicycle to be too noisy in this wilderness!