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Here it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excited

Here it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excited Hey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yetThumbnailsRiding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the caseHey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yetThumbnailsRiding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the caseHey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yetThumbnailsRiding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the caseHey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yetThumbnailsRiding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the caseHey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yetThumbnailsRiding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the case

I'll make a right-turn here and start the ride to Kelso Depot. Straight ahead on the other side of Kelbaker Road is Aiken Mine Road, a 20-mile-long dirt track that I rode a few months ago for the first time.