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I catch the red rays of sunset as I pedal down Kelbaker Road toward Baker I put on my windbreaker for the easy 20-mile downhill to Baker, and off into the sunset we goThumbnailsIt's still and silent as I ride into the sunset on Kelbaker RoadI put on my windbreaker for the easy 20-mile downhill to Baker, and off into the sunset we goThumbnailsIt's still and silent as I ride into the sunset on Kelbaker RoadI put on my windbreaker for the easy 20-mile downhill to Baker, and off into the sunset we goThumbnailsIt's still and silent as I ride into the sunset on Kelbaker RoadI put on my windbreaker for the easy 20-mile downhill to Baker, and off into the sunset we goThumbnailsIt's still and silent as I ride into the sunset on Kelbaker RoadI put on my windbreaker for the easy 20-mile downhill to Baker, and off into the sunset we goThumbnailsIt's still and silent as I ride into the sunset on Kelbaker Road

Though it is downhill, it's not steep and I have a light headwind, so I am pedalling to get some extra speed. On the fastest stretches, I still only attain 25 miles per hour.