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After ten miles, Kelbaker Road bends sharply away from civilization The first ten miles of Kelbaker Road into Mojave National Preserve out of Baker looks flat, but it actually climbs 1000 feetThumbnailsAfter 13 miles, I reach the little dirt road to Indian Springs and turn off hereThe first ten miles of Kelbaker Road into Mojave National Preserve out of Baker looks flat, but it actually climbs 1000 feetThumbnailsAfter 13 miles, I reach the little dirt road to Indian Springs and turn off hereThe first ten miles of Kelbaker Road into Mojave National Preserve out of Baker looks flat, but it actually climbs 1000 feetThumbnailsAfter 13 miles, I reach the little dirt road to Indian Springs and turn off hereThe first ten miles of Kelbaker Road into Mojave National Preserve out of Baker looks flat, but it actually climbs 1000 feetThumbnailsAfter 13 miles, I reach the little dirt road to Indian Springs and turn off hereThe first ten miles of Kelbaker Road into Mojave National Preserve out of Baker looks flat, but it actually climbs 1000 feetThumbnailsAfter 13 miles, I reach the little dirt road to Indian Springs and turn off here

It's always at this curve on Kelbaker Road where I start to feel irrevocably part of Mojave National Preserve on a bicycle-camping trip, living out of my saddlebags.