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I take a lot of short 30-second breaks to stop and enjoy the scenery in Jackass Canyon Back in the wash of Jackass Canyon: more sand and gravel ahead!ThumbnailsAfter another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding againBack in the wash of Jackass Canyon: more sand and gravel ahead!ThumbnailsAfter another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding againBack in the wash of Jackass Canyon: more sand and gravel ahead!ThumbnailsAfter another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding againBack in the wash of Jackass Canyon: more sand and gravel ahead!ThumbnailsAfter another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding againBack in the wash of Jackass Canyon: more sand and gravel ahead!ThumbnailsAfter another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding again

I have no choice, really. My arms aren't nearly as strong as my legs, so pushing the 10-ton bike through so much gravel is starting to fatigue me. I eat another energy bar (yummy cherry Larabar).