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It's still and silent as I ride into the sunset on Kelbaker Road I catch the red rays of sunset as I pedal down Kelbaker Road toward BakerThumbnailsSunset fades into dusk, then darkness joins me while I enjoy the final 12 miles of the ride into BakerI catch the red rays of sunset as I pedal down Kelbaker Road toward BakerThumbnailsSunset fades into dusk, then darkness joins me while I enjoy the final 12 miles of the ride into BakerI catch the red rays of sunset as I pedal down Kelbaker Road toward BakerThumbnailsSunset fades into dusk, then darkness joins me while I enjoy the final 12 miles of the ride into BakerI catch the red rays of sunset as I pedal down Kelbaker Road toward BakerThumbnailsSunset fades into dusk, then darkness joins me while I enjoy the final 12 miles of the ride into BakerI catch the red rays of sunset as I pedal down Kelbaker Road toward BakerThumbnailsSunset fades into dusk, then darkness joins me while I enjoy the final 12 miles of the ride into Baker

Air whooshes past my ears, my knobby tires hum relaxedly, and the 10-ton bike rattles lightly as it absorbs surface imperfections in the old paved road. No cars here, the road is mine.